Unlock the magic with this book and special keepsake key to start a new family tradition.It's an age-old question. How does Santa get into every house around the world... no matter what doors, locks, chimneys, or windows exist?Find the answer to this question in Santa's Magic Key! In this unforgettable holiday story, a boy realizes on Christmas Eve that his new house doesUnlock the magic with this book and special keepsake key to start a new family tradition.It's an age-old question. How does Santa get into every house around the world... no matter what doors, locks, chimneys, or windows exist?Find the answer to this question in Santa's Magic Key! In this unforgettable holiday story, a boy realizes on Christmas Eve that his new house does not have a chimney, and with the post office closed and Santa coming by the end of the night, he has no way of telling Santa. But when the boy finds a mysterious key, he'll soon discover just how this key will solve his problem.Add a new classic to your holiday collection with this magical tale that reveals how Santa can always spread gifts and joy on Christmas Eve by using his magical key. This beautiful book comes with Santa's special key just for you to hang on your Christmas tree as an ornament or outside your door!...
|Title||:||Santa's Magic Key|
|Number of Pages||:||277 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Santa's Magic Key Reviews
Pretty cute little (rather long as my mini is 8mo old right now) story and since we have a gas/electric fireplace I would love to have this for my daughter's childhood
Review originally published on my blog, Nine Pages.I don’t think that I ever truly believed in Santa Claus, but I did grow up in a house without a chimney, and I wasn’t unaware of the myths surrounding the man. I think I questioned less how Santa would get into our house when we had no fireplace and more how we would communicate in J. K. Rowling’s wizarding world without a fireplace to connect to the Floo Network. How Santa did all that he was supposed to do were more for me questions of filling in gaps in the story than worries about whether or not I would receive any gifts.The tagline for this book suggests starting a new family tradition—which makes it sound as though Eric James is hoping to appeal to the same audience as participate in the Elf on the Shelf tradition. As far as new holiday traditions go, I’d be far more willing to go along with James’. A) It requires action only one night out the year. B) It does not require me to suggest that an inanimate doll is 1) animate, 2) always watching and judging my child’s behavior and 3) reporting that behavior to a boss who will reward or punish a child based on that behavior. James’ story is less preparation for a police state and more assurance that your house can be visited by Santa despite your house lacking an element seemingly present in every Santa myth.James’ book is long, but better written, and his illustrations are beautiful, hazily but realistically rendered full-page spreads rather than the cartoonish characters lacking much setting that accompany The Elf on the Shelf.Despite all this, James is not likely to create the empire that Aebersold, Bell, and Steinwart have because he doesn’t self-publish and he didn’t create a character who can be dressed in different outfits, have pets, and have accessories, and whose pets can have accessories.
I won this book from a giveaway from sourcebooks. the look of this book is gorgeous before you even open it. the story is cute and sweet. the illustrations are beyond beautiful. my kids really enjoyed it. and we have hung our key on the Christmas tree untill Santa needs it for Christmas Eve.