The Tradition of Children Writing Letters to Santa
We’re hoping that all the little swashbuckles out there put Pirate Santa in their letter to Mr. and Mrs. Claus. It is a time honored tradition for children of all ages to write letters to Santa. It is an interactive bonding experience for both child and parent. The storytellers behind Pirate Santa are proud to announce that we received the Mother’s Choice Award for Best Family-Friendly Product. Nothing makes the Holiday Spirit ring more than Letters to Santa and storytelling time.
A Holiday Children’s Book About Pirates | Pirate Santa
You may think that pirates and Christmas go to together about as well as peanut butter and anchovies, but that simply isn’t the case. Set sail on the high seas in this captivating children’s book about pirates, Santa and the giving spirit of Christmas. This whimsical reinvention of the story of Saint Nick is refreshingly adventurous compared to other tales of Christmases past.
What can be better than a Children’s book about Pirates, Presents and Santa Claus? Not much. It will tickle the funny bones of readers both young and old and bring added cheer to any Holiday story time. This very well could become your family’s Yule-tide tradition, especially for those families that don’t feel the need to be serious all of the time and just want to be themselves. Pirate Santa is a charming illustrated children’s book that promises a delightful mix of bold buccaneers and swashbuckling fun. It teaches the universal values of kindness and standing up for what’s right.
The Story of Pirate Santa | A Yule-tide Kid’s Book About the High Seas
Pirate girl and ninja boy don’t meet Santa’s definition of good girls and boys, and are therefore not able to enjoy the trappings of a Merry Christmas. Their cause is championed by their Dad, ‘Papa Tal’ and the crew of the pirate ship, of which he is a member. Look for Cap’n Slappy who happens to be Santa’s cousin. In this imaginative children’s book they work together to overcome obstacles and make sure that Christmas comes to All children, including pirate girls and ninja boys.
Cap’n Slappy, Tal and their pirate pals take on the job of delivering presents to all the girls and boys who don’t fit Santa’s “rules”. But what presents ? And how will they deliver them? This might be harder than it looks and the pirates have to call in some favors to get the job done. This beautiful tale of giving and doing the right thing will inspire your children to be fearlessly generous this holiday season, while holding their attention with this creative storyline. Join Pirate Santa on the high-seas and allow your kids the happiness of a book that speaks to them.
A Children’s Holiday Book That Inspires All Ages
Watch your children’s eyes and imaginations light up when you offer up a Christmas tale with adventure, swashbuckling and kids, just like them, saving the day. Nothing beats seeing their face’s perk up when it’s story time. Better yet, have them read this enchanting and enriching children’s book to you and the family. This Children’s Book will inspires all ages and is a creative take on conventional Holiday stories.
The Holidays are a fantastic time to remind your children about the rewards of doing good in this world.
Letters to Santa and Pirates Alike
Children in most American and European countries are encouraged to write letters to Santa with the promise that he will bring the gifts that they ask for. Traditionally, Santa is believed to live in the North Pole with a number of magical elves who work to make the toys for the children. The letters that are sent to Santa Claus address are collected by him and a list of all the children and their toys are made. On Christmas Eve, Santa travels on his reindeer drawn carriage and drops off the gifts that the children have asked for
For many years children have been encouraged to write letters to Santa asking for the gifts that they want. Their good behavior throughout the year is also highlighted so that Santa will put them in the “nice” list and give them all the gifts they ask for. It is believed that Santa Claus letters written by the children classifies as naughty or nice depending on their behavior. The good boys and girls get toys and candy from Santa on Christmas Eve with the help of his elves and reindeers.