Parents, this holiday season snuggle up with your children and read these 20 festive stories about Santa Claus, the elves, and the reindeer up at the North Pole.
Teachers, incorporate these merry tales into your lessons during the month of December. With 20 stories to choose from, students can read a new story every day until Christmas.
Brought to you by Northpole.com, one of the longest running and most popular Christmas websites in the world, these stories focus on life at Santa's Secret Village at the North Pole. Children will have fun reading about the elves' adventures, Santa's preparations for Christmas Eve, and everyone's favorite reindeer, Raymond.
Written with young children in mind, these stories are perfect for kiddos who are learning to read or already know how to read. Each story includes 3 options for reading:
Read by Myself
Read to Me (includes professional narration)
Auto Play (includes narration and automatic page flip)
Both parents and teachers will appreciate that these stories are fun for kids to read but also contain messages about sharing, teamwork, patience, kindness, cooperation, generosity, and much more.
While there are 20 stories, here are a few of the elves' favorites:
Buds Wild Ride
Up to his usual antics, Bud the elf sneaks a shiny new red bicycle out of Santas Workshop for a test ride. What could possibly go wrong?
Gift of the Bell
Raymond the reindeer learns about The Gift of the Bell, which Santa awards every year to any reindeer he chooses to honor for their wisdom, heroic acts, or kindness.
Sharing Something Special
After some winter sports fun, the elves realize that having a unique skill is great, but sharing that special skill with a friend is even better!
Use Your Imagination
When a snowstorm knocks out the power at the North Pole and the elves cannot watch TV, how on earth will they pass the time?
Where IS That Sack?
When Santas big red toy bag goes missing, the elves search high and low, only to find Santas sack in the most unlikely place.
Merry Christmas from all of us at the North Pole!