Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Santa's Elf Series

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The North Pole Press
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Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series


What if I told you Santa Claus needed a great deal of help all year? Almost every person has heard the stories and legends about his famous Christmas Eve journeys. But few know about his helpers and what they do all year long. Santa has a great many elves who make the things he accomplishes possible.

Santa, with the help of the North Pole, developed a series to teach young and old alike about some of his best elves. This series explains what they do at the North Pole through rhyme and beautiful illustrations. Beginning with this book, Santa's World, he talks about how it would be impossible to do his job without help.

More importantly, Santa's World explains the genuine reason why Santa brings gifts. It is because he wants to demonstrate God's love, and remind them of the greatest gift of all time. That is, and always has been, the real reason of Christmas.

The author also added a special message from Santa Claus about showing respect by saying please, thank you, and excuse me when interrupting or bumping into someone. Something all children should learn and practice everyday.


About Santa's Elf Series© by the author, Joe Moore:


Even as I was writing the first novel in the Santa Claus Trilogy, I envisioned an entire world at the top of the globe. I knew the most die-hard believer in Santa Claus would realize that this magical gift-giver would need assistance in achieving his task at Christmas.

So I began to think about who these helpers were, and what their responsibilities to Santa might be. Then I started writing. And to my surprise, as I wrote, the stories came out of me in rhyme! The cadence and beat of the verses were lyrical. As I spoke to others, including a good many teachers and librarians, they told me this was the easiest way for children to learn and that I should keep the verses coming.

I also heard from parents about their frustrations trying to instruct their children in the primary lessons of life; such as picking up after themselves, being polite, sharing, brushing their teeth, and so on. So I put a special message from Santa Claus at the end of each story about each of these lessons. Even complex problems like bullying, showing gratitude, and listening to elders gets addressed in these books. It never hurts to learn these lessons throughout the year.

I wrote nearly 20 books in this series, each focusing on a particular elf and their role to Santa. My wife and illustrator, Mary, is doing her best to get these magical tales drawn and into your child's hands. Since she works so hard fully illustrating every page and includes elements like shapes, colors, and even geography, it takes her a little while to complete each book. We have a half dozen released and more “in the works.”

I have already heard about new traditions started during Christmas with my Santa Claus Trilogy and families. I am hoping that these will also become part of your celebrations.

Make Santa's Elf Series© a new tradition for your family and collect the entire series. The following is a list of the currently published books in the series:

Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

Sarah Buttons, Master Dollmaker

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith


Learning can be fun! As this book proves, while reading the rhyming verses, they can learn about Santa Claus and his wonderful elves while looking at the beautiful illustrations. They also learn the real meaning of Christmas and how to stay on Santa's nice list.

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About the author

Fantasy, children's stories, suspense thrillers, Christian themes, family reads, folklore, all this, and more fall under author Joe Moore's purview. He can deftly take you from a seaside resort under attack to the North Pole where you will become a child again and discover a sense of wonder you thought long lost.

Living a fantasy life the last 15 years as Santa Claus, Moore has a unique perspective for writing stories involving the Jolly Old Elf and his elves. Whether discussing iconic toys or introducing the time continuum as a way to complete all Santa must on Christmas Eve, Moore speaks with authority and believability that will cause every reader to believe as they did when they were young.

For younger readers he spurs their imagination spinning tales in rhyme about Santa's elves and the importance each one has to the operation at the North Pole. At the end of each story he has Santa give them a unique message on how to stay on the nice list all year long.

And that same great imagination will have you searching the skies for danger from above, or attempting to figure out the time travel enigma that his characters perform skillfully visiting one period and civilization than another. Moore has over a dozen books in print and releases one or more each year. With his originality and inspiration, you never know what he will come out with next.

Why not join him on his journeys? It promises to be an exceptionally fun ride.

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Publisher
The North Pole Press
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Published on
Jan 8, 2015
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Pages
40
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ISBN
9781732378285
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Language
English
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Genres
Juvenile Fiction / Holidays & Celebrations / Christmas & Advent
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This content is DRM protected.
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Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf


What if I told you that Santa doesn't bring coal anymore? What if I said there was a much better surprise happening at the North Pole?

Our Chief Mining Elf discovered rock candy! So now Santa flies by the naughty children's houses and leaves candy for the good children, instead. This endearing tale with beautiful and colorful pictures told in rhyme explains the little-known goings-on at the Hard Rock Candy Mine at the top of the world.

Santa's message at the end of this story is a crucial one, reminding that everyone needs to share! Whether it is toys, games, or treats, the world is a better place when we share what we have.


About Santa's Elf Series© by the author, Joe Moore:


Even as I was writing the first novel in the Santa Claus Trilogy, I envisioned an entire world at the top of the globe. I knew the most die-hard believer in Santa Claus would realize that this magical gift-giver would need assistance in achieving his task at Christmas.

So I began to think about who these helpers were, and what their responsibilities to Santa might be. Then I started writing. And to my surprise, as I wrote, the stories came out of me in rhyme! The cadence and beat of the verses were lyrical. As I spoke to others, including a good many teachers and librarians, they told me this was the easiest way for children to learn and that I should keep the verses coming.

As Santa, I also heard from parents about their frustrations trying to instruct their children in the primary lessons of life; such as picking up after themselves, being polite, sharing, brushing their teeth, and so on. So I put a special message from Santa Claus at the end of each story about each of these lessons. Even complex problems like bullying, showing gratitude, and listening to elders get addressed in these books. It never hurts to learn these lessons throughout the year.

I wrote nearly 20 books in this series, each focusing on a particular elf and their role to Santa. My wife and illustrator, Mary, is doing her best to get these magical tales drawn and into your child's hands. Since she works so hard fully illustrating every page and includes elements like shapes, colors, and even geography, it takes her a little while to complete each book. We have a half dozen released and more “in the works.”

I have already heard about new traditions started during Christmas with my Santa Claus Trilogy and families. I am hoping that these will also become part of your celebrations.


Make Santa's Elf Series© a new tradition for your family and collect the entire series. The following is a list of the currently published books in the series:

Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

Sarah Buttons, Master Dollmaker

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Beautiful paper, intricate bows, whimsical gift tags, colorful ribbons, all are the work of one of Santa's most creative elves, Shelley Wrapitup. Just as her name suggests, she wraps all the presents and puts the tags on good and tight, so Santa knows just where they go.

No matter the shape or size, every gift receives Shelley's special attention before loading it on Santa's sleigh. She's the person who always makes Christmas so much fun. Through colorful illustrations, rhyme, and alluring details, Shelley's book teaches your child to read in a fun and engaging way.

And even though Shelley can make a huge mess, she always cleans up after herself. And that is the message from Santa to your child at the end of Shelley's story.


About Santa's Elf Series© by the author, Joe Moore:


Even as I was writing the first novel in the Santa Claus Trilogy, I envisioned an entire world at the top of the globe. I knew the most die-hard believer in Santa Claus would realize that this magical gift-giver would need assistance in achieving his task at Christmas.

So I began to think about who these helpers were, and what their responsibilities to Santa might be. Then I started writing. And to my surprise, as I wrote, the stories came out of me in rhyme! The cadence and beat of the verses were lyrical. As I spoke to others, including a good many teachers and librarians, they told me this was the easiest way for children to learn and that I should keep the verses coming.

As Santa, I also heard from parents about their frustrations trying to instruct their children in the primary lessons of life; such as picking up after themselves, being polite, sharing, brushing their teeth, and so on. So I put a special message from Santa Claus at the end of each story about each of these lessons. Even complex problems like bullying, showing gratitude, and listening to elders get addressed in these books. It never hurts to learn these lessons throughout the year.

I wrote nearly 20 books in this series, each focusing on a particular elf and their role to Santa. My wife and illustrator, Mary, is doing her best to get these magical tales drawn and into your child's hands. Since she works so hard fully illustrating every page and includes elements like shapes, colors, and even geography, it takes her a little while to complete each book. We have a half dozen released and more “in the works.”

I have already heard about new traditions started during Christmas with my Santa Claus Trilogy and families. I am hoping that these will also become part of your celebrations.


Make Santa's Elf Series© a new tradition for your family and collect the entire series. The following is a list of the currently published books in the series:

Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

Sarah Buttons, Master Dollmaker

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

What if I told you hundreds of thousands of elves came and went to the North Pole every night? Add to this, one of Santa Claus' most important elves was keeping an eye on who is naughty and nice all day long.

Let us introduce you to Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager of the North Pole. He is the one that the elves meet at night, as they fly up in their jet packs. After reporting to Keeney, he updates and manages the lists before bringing them to Santa.

With rhyme, stunning pictures, and a charming story, this book teaches children to behave whether at home, school, or with their friends. Just as importantly, Santa's message in this book is to always say your prayers and give your worries to God.


About Santa's Elf Series© by the author, Joe Moore:


Even as I was writing the first novel in the Santa Claus Trilogy, I envisioned an entire world at the top of the globe. I knew the most die-hard believer in Santa Claus would realize that this magical gift-giver would need assistance in achieving his task at Christmas.

So I began to think about who these helpers were, and what their responsibilities to Santa might be. Then I started writing. And to my surprise, as I wrote, the stories came out of me in rhyme! The cadence and beat of the verses were lyrical. As I spoke to others, including a good many teachers and librarians, they told me this was the easiest way for children to learn and that I should keep the verses coming.

I also heard from parents about their frustrations trying to instruct their children in the primary lessons of life; such as picking up after themselves, being polite, sharing, brushing their teeth, and so on. So I put a special message from Santa Claus at the end of each story about each of these lessons. Even complex problems like bullying, showing gratitude, and listening to elders gets addressed in these books. It never hurts to learn these lessons throughout the year.

I wrote nearly 20 books in this series, each focusing on a particular elf and their role to Santa. My wife and illustrator, Mary, is doing her best to get these magical tales drawn and into your child's hands. Since she works so hard fully illustrating every page and includes elements like shapes, colors, and even geography, it takes her a little while to complete each book. We have a half dozen released and more “in the works.”

I have already heard about new traditions started during Christmas with my Santa Claus Trilogy and families. I am hoping that these will also become part of your celebrations.


Make Santa's Elf Series© a new tradition for your family and collect the entire series. The following is a list of the currently published books in the series:


Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

Sarah Buttons, Master Dollmaker

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith

Sarah Buttons, Master Doll Maker

Cuddly animals and action figures and baby dolls, oh my! Where would Santa be if he didn't have tons of these at Christmas? Well, thankfully because of Sarah Buttons, he need not concern himself with that problem.

Sarah is our Master Doll Maker, and she creates all kinds of dolls, stuffed animals, a variety of heroes, soldiers, and so much more. With lyrical rhymes, adorable pictures, and a delightful storyline, Sarah is bound to be a favorite tale of your child's, year after year.

Santa reminds us that we should always be grateful for everything in our lives. It is reasonable and proper to desire more in life, but we should never forget to give thanks for what we already have. Santa's message is at the end of the story.

About Santa's Elf Series© by the author, Joe Moore:


Even as I was writing the first novel in the Santa Claus Trilogy, I envisioned an entire world at the top of the globe. I knew the most die-hard believer in Santa Claus would realize that this magical gift-giver would need assistance in achieving his task at Christmas.


So I began to think about who these helpers were, and what their responsibilities to Santa might be. Then I started writing. And to my surprise, as I wrote, the stories came out of me in rhyme! The cadence and beat of the verses were lyrical. As I spoke to others, including a good many teachers and librarians, they told me this was the easiest way for children to learn and that I should keep the verses coming.


As Santa, I also heard from parents about their frustrations trying to instruct their children in the primary lessons of life; such as picking up after themselves, being polite, sharing, brushing their teeth, and so on. So I put a special message from Santa Claus at the end of each story about each of these lessons. Even complex problems like bullying, showing gratitude, and listening to elders get addressed in these books. It never hurts to learn these lessons throughout the year.


I wrote nearly 20 books in this series, each focusing on a particular elf and their role to Santa. My wife and illustrator, Mary, is doing her best to get these magical tales drawn and into your child's hands. Since she works so hard fully illustrating every page and includes elements like shapes, colors, and even geography, it takes her a little while to complete each book. We have a half dozen released and more “in the works.”


I have already heard about new traditions started during Christmas with my Santa Claus Trilogy and families. I am hoping that these will also become part of your celebrations.


Make Santa's Elf Series© a new tradition for your family and collect the entire series. The following is a list of the currently published books in the series:

Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

Sarah Buttons, Master Dollmaker

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith


Cars, trucks, bicycles, tricycles, wagons, scooters...what do they have in common? They all have wheels! And Ford MacHarley is our Master Wheelsmith. So whether Santa needs a remote control car for Jacob or a new bicycle for Emma, he can count on Ford to get what he needs.


Come meet the elf that grants so many wishes for children. Ford loves to make children smile by granting their wishes on Christmas day. And Santa relies on Ford for many of the toys that fill his bag. Particularly if they have wheels!


Be sure to read Santa's personal message at the back of this book, so you know how to stay on his Nice List! Collect all the Santa's Elf Series© books to discover all the wonderful elves and magic that takes place at the North Pole.


About Santa's Elf Series© by the author, Joe Moore:


Even as I was writing the first novel in the Santa Claus Trilogy, I envisioned an entire world at the top of the globe. I knew the most die-hard believer in Santa Claus would realize that this magical gift-giver would need assistance in achieving his task at Christmas.


So I began to think about who these helpers were, and what their responsibilities to Santa might be. Then I started writing. And to my surprise, as I wrote, the stories came out of me in rhyme! The cadence and beat of the verses were lyrical. As I spoke to others, including a good many teachers and librarians, they told me this was the easiest way for children to learn and that I should keep the verses coming.


As Santa, I also heard from parents about their frustrations trying to instruct their children in the primary lessons of life; such as picking up after themselves, being polite, sharing, brushing their teeth, and so on. So I put a special message from Santa Claus at the end of each story about each of these lessons. Even complex problems like bullying, showing gratitude, and listening to elders get addressed in these books. It never hurts to learn these lessons throughout the year.


I wrote nearly 20 books in this series, each focusing on a particular elf and their role to Santa. My wife and illustrator, Mary, is doing her best to get these magical tales drawn and into your child's hands. Since she works so hard fully illustrating every page and includes elements like shapes, colors, and even geography, it takes her a little while to complete each book. We have a half dozen released and more “in the works.”


I have already heard about new traditions started during Christmas with my Santa Claus Trilogy and families. I am hoping that these will also become part of your celebrations.


Make Santa's Elf Series© a new tradition for your family and collect the entire series. The following is a list of the currently published books in the series:

Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

Sarah Buttons, Master Dollmaker

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf


What if I told you that Santa doesn't bring coal anymore? What if I said there was a much better surprise happening at the North Pole?

Our Chief Mining Elf discovered rock candy! So now Santa flies by the naughty children's houses and leaves candy for the good children, instead. This endearing tale with beautiful and colorful pictures told in rhyme explains the little-known goings-on at the Hard Rock Candy Mine at the top of the world.

Santa's message at the end of this story is a crucial one, reminding that everyone needs to share! Whether it is toys, games, or treats, the world is a better place when we share what we have.


About Santa's Elf Series© by the author, Joe Moore:


Even as I was writing the first novel in the Santa Claus Trilogy, I envisioned an entire world at the top of the globe. I knew the most die-hard believer in Santa Claus would realize that this magical gift-giver would need assistance in achieving his task at Christmas.

So I began to think about who these helpers were, and what their responsibilities to Santa might be. Then I started writing. And to my surprise, as I wrote, the stories came out of me in rhyme! The cadence and beat of the verses were lyrical. As I spoke to others, including a good many teachers and librarians, they told me this was the easiest way for children to learn and that I should keep the verses coming.

As Santa, I also heard from parents about their frustrations trying to instruct their children in the primary lessons of life; such as picking up after themselves, being polite, sharing, brushing their teeth, and so on. So I put a special message from Santa Claus at the end of each story about each of these lessons. Even complex problems like bullying, showing gratitude, and listening to elders get addressed in these books. It never hurts to learn these lessons throughout the year.

I wrote nearly 20 books in this series, each focusing on a particular elf and their role to Santa. My wife and illustrator, Mary, is doing her best to get these magical tales drawn and into your child's hands. Since she works so hard fully illustrating every page and includes elements like shapes, colors, and even geography, it takes her a little while to complete each book. We have a half dozen released and more “in the works.”

I have already heard about new traditions started during Christmas with my Santa Claus Trilogy and families. I am hoping that these will also become part of your celebrations.


Make Santa's Elf Series© a new tradition for your family and collect the entire series. The following is a list of the currently published books in the series:

Santa's World, Introducing Santa's Elf Series

Jamie Hardrock, Chief Mining Elf

Shelley Wrapitup, Master Design Elf

Keeney Eagleye, Naughty/Nice List Manager

Sarah Buttons, Master Dollmaker

Ford MacHarley, Master Wheelsmith

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