Here's the story of the elves' adventure. Every Christmas eve, Santa's job is to deliver presents to the good little boys and girls. Up at Santa's North Pole shop, two of his worker bees, Zoppo and Sheenette, are curious about what Santa's up to out there on his long rides. So they decide to find out for themselves.
On Christmas eve, as Santa is getting his sleigh and reindeers ready, they sneak aboard and off they go. They ride along with curiosity unquenched, until finally they decide the time has come. When Santa comes up from his visit inside this special house, they sneak away and slide down the chimney themselves. Once there, they are amazed and often bewildered at what goes on inside a real house, with real creatures they've never seen before.
What will happen to them? Will they even survive? Does Santa even know they snuck away? Will they be able to get back to their North Pole shop and elf cronies?
This is the story about The Curious Adventures of Santa's Wayward Elves
"For some ho-ho-ho holiday cheer, share this illustrated delight from Tom and Leslie — master and mistress of Christmas — now while cuddling near the fireplace or under some mistletoe. Très Bon!" — PJ Adams, author of Intoxicating Paris: Uncorking the Parisian Within and Daughter Wisdom.
"This book is great fun! And it's bound to be a fun-stirrer when Grandparents (like me) read the tales to their Grand - and Great-grand kids, or when the kids' parents read to them. Kids love to hear poems about snoopy elves, puppies, sneaky cats and cuckoo clocks, and the excellent illustrations add punch and fun. Good holiday fun for sure."Katrina Custer, Grandma/Great-Grandma and well-proven storyteller
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