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Story starts out with Travis and his sister Natalie and they are raking leaves when they find an object. They claim it's one of the bells from Santa's sleigh from last year.
Jim, the dad is looking for work and in no mood to celebrate the holidays. Susan tries to keep the kids busy and out of trouble.
While the parents are at an adult party the kids decide to follow tradition and put the decorations up throughout the house....the mess when the parents come home and they punish the kids til dinner is ready...
Travis decides he's never gonna get banished to his room again...
Story also follows Dasher and others at the North Pole and how they will take a spin around to try to find that bell...
Things get a bit out of hand but Natalie may have the answer...
Great story, really scary at times...
From this Thanksgiving to Christmastime I will only be reviewing Holiday books for your reading pleasure before drastically scaling back my reviews, so until such a time have a very, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The author, W. Peter Elliott, is a national best-seller in Canada. After reading this poignant family Christmas story, it's easy to understand why.
One of the things that set this story apart from many other Christmas stories is that the family is suffering hard times. Mistakes are made, and Elliott doesn't sugar-coat the story by sweeping those mistakes under the proverbial carpet, but the story never becomes overly depressing. At the same time, the story is magical, whimsical and full of enchantment. That balancing act is what makes this story so engaging.
Thank you for this free to me book and I hope to see more from W. Peter Elliott. This is indeed a keeper.