It's a trip to the North Pole and a wonderful holiday wish-come-true as Santa and Rudolph get ready for Christmas.
Your Christmas adventure begins with an invitation from
one of Santa’s reindeer. “Please come to the North Pole with me. Santa Claus had
a big problem and only you can help," pleads a reindeer.
Imagine how your child will feel when she (or he) gets to help Santa Claus!
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Read entire text of story: Return to order form. Personalized parts are in RED. African-American Santa (Complete Story) Lisa Shuey visits Santa and the North Pole Merry Christmas Lisa All My Love, Ron Of all the holidays in the year, Lisa Shuey, age 5, enjoyed Christmas the best. Everyone in Maxwell AFB, AL was still busy preparing for the holiday season. Lisa had already finished decorating the tree and wrapping presents for Chris, Cassan and Nana. That is why Lisa was selected to have an exciting Christmas adventure. One special night Lisa was lying in bed thinking about Christmas. Suddenly, she heard a voice outside her
window, "Lisa, please come to the North Pole with me. Santa Claus had a big problem and only you can help," pleaded a reindeer. In amazement Lisa replied, "Wow! You must be one of Santa's reindeer, of course, I would be happy to go to the North Pole to help Santa Claus." So, Lisa jumped into Santa's sleigh and off they flew through the beautiful moonlit sky. "Reindeer, what are those buildings below us?" questioned Lisa. "That is the North Pole where Santa lives and makes toys for all the good children. Hold on tight, we're landing!" replied the Reindeer. Silently, they glided to a stop near Santa's workshop. "Let's have a snack in Mrs. Claus' kitchen and then I'll show you around," said the Reindeer. "Gee whiz! The candy smells delicious," Lisa said with a smile. Cheerfully, Mrs. Claus remarked, "I make candies and cookies in every color of the rainbow. Here is a special treat just for you, Lisa." The Reindeer announced, "That was a perfect snack, Lisa. Now let's visit Santa's toy workshop." Lisa saw a huge robot-like machine building different kinds of toys. The Reindeer said, "Santa knows which boys and girls have been good during the year and the toy each child wants most for Christmas." Lisa peeked into the next room and exclaimed, "I've never seen so many pretty dolls and stuffed animals! I wish Chris, Cassan and Nana could see this too." The Reindeer said with confidence, Santa's elves make every kind of toy you can imagine." The Reindeer and Lisa left the doll room and hurried along to visit Santa. "Ho! Ho! Ho!" welcomed Santa. "You've arrived just in time. I need your help, Lisa. Let me tell you about my problem. My reindeer and sleigh are ready to deliver presents to all the good boys and girls on Christmas Eve. But, I have been so busy that I did not note the most important thing of all." "What is the most important thing of all, Santa?" Lisa asked eagerly. Santa continued, "I haven't had time to make the special Christmas WISH. This WISH puts love into people's hearts and makes my reindeer want to fly. So, you can see how important the WISH is. Would you please make the Christmas WISH for everyone?" Santa pleaded. Lisa promised Santa, "I will gladly make the WISH." Then she remembered the nicest things about Christmas such as Love, happiness and kindness. Then ...POOF, out popped the WISH, glowing brightly like a star. Santa said gratefully, "That was the perfect WISH Lisa. I'll put the WISH in this beautiful box for safe keeping until Christmas Eve." By the bright moonlight, Santa waved good-bye and said, "Thanks to you, Lisa, everyone will have a Merry Christmas. Hop aboard my sleigh and my reindeer will fly you back to Maxwell AFB, Alabama." As the North Pole disappeared out of sight, Lisa thought, "I can't wait to tell Chris, Cassan and Nana about my wonderful Christmas adventure."
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