What does Santa do when it’s not Christmas?
When it’s finally Christmas all the North Pole fills with festive cheer
Santa has parked his reindeer and sleigh as the hard work is done for the year.
So surely you’d think there’s be time to rest and enjoy a slow pace
But with two billion children all over the world, I’m afraid that’s not the case.
It may seem like a dream job – working one night a year, even if it is a really busy night, and then having the rest of the year off. But is that what really happens for Santa? In this charming sneak peek, Heath McKenzie takes us behind the scenes at the North Pole for the other 364 days of the year.
Already the elves are hard at work preparing for next year,; the sleigh needs checking and tuning; the snowmen want a holiday; and Mrs Claus has such a long Christmas card list. Even the gingerbread men and the nutcrackers are busy. But where is Santa? What does he do?
This story-in-rhyme is a fun story to end the Christmas festivities – a timely reminder that Santa is watching ALL the time, ALL the year and you know he’s wanting to put you on his nice list so being good is confined to December!.