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The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition (includes brown-eyed boy scout elf)

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by Carol V. Aebersold, Chanda A. Bell, Coe Steinwart
     
 
The Elf on the Shelf®: A Christmas Tradition— Adopt this beloved family tradition that has captured the hearts of children everywhere, and embrace the magic of havinga friendly scout elf who reports to Santa each night during the holidays.

Box set includes:

- A beautifully illustratedchildren's book

- One of Santa's scout elves

Overview

The Elf on the Shelf®: A Christmas Tradition— Adopt this beloved family tradition that has captured the hearts of children everywhere, and embrace the magic of havinga friendly scout elf who reports to Santa each night during the holidays.

Box set includes:

- A beautifully illustratedchildren's book

- One of Santa's scout elves

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780976990796
Publisher:
CCA & B, LLC
Publication date:
11/01/2009
Series:
Elf on the Shelf Series
Edition description:
Boy- Dark Skinned
Pages:
32
Sales rank:
27,377
Product dimensions:
11.00(w) x 10.34(h) x 2.88(d)
Age Range:
3 - 8 Years

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The Elf on the Shelf (Dark Skinned - Boy) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I ordered a Boy and received a Girl, the package was damaged and looked as though it was a returned item. The doll was in good condition and due to the time frame I had no alternative but to send the gift out. The recipent was happy to receive it for her daughter, however I am still disappointed with this purchase. And to add more salt to the injury, why doesn't the Girl Elf come with the skirt, another added expense on my part.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
We love the dark skin, brown eyed little boy elf. We are Mexican-American so his skin color was perfect. He is not to dark and not too light. The book was amazing. Little did I know, the children are suppose to pick out a name. I had named the elf myself. I didn't know, so I took the fun out of that from my kids. He was so worth the thirty-something dollars. The only thing that bothered me was it took 2 weeks to get him shipped. I should of just went in the store and saved shipping cost and we would of had him a lot sooner. Next year, we will get a dark skin girl, I will go directly to the store, and this time the kids can name her.
redVT More than 1 year ago
I bought this for my family after my son was told about him from a friend. Even my 17 year daughter has joined in on the fun and wants to know how he moves around.
niw More than 1 year ago
My kids have had a BLAST with Kahai' (the one who tells, its Hawaiian) our Elf on the Shelf
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Taxandria More than 1 year ago
As long as you read the story together and the child isn't frightened by the elf, this is a good idea. I must say &quot;Snowy&quot; is a hit with my child and she looks for him every morning. She hasn't tried to touch him, either. I am not sure he's a huge deterrent to bad behavior because even sometimes when she's having a difficult moment we will talk about how &quot;Snowy might have to talk to Santa about it&quot; and she doesn't seem to take it very seriously. I guess it depends on the child. Still, I find it fun to move him around and have her hunt for him each day. Seeing the film helps, I think. It's a nice tradition and if you don't want to use it as a &quot;bribe&quot; sort of thing you can use it in a friendlier way. Up to you.