It's getting toward Christmas at the Bing Cherry Hotel, and Auntie Claus is preparing for her annual "business trip." Just before she is ready to leave, her favorite nephew, Christopher Kringle, begins to have doubts about the family business. To settle the matter, Auntie Claus summons Chris for tea, but like any self-respecting Kringle, Chris decides to take matters into his own hands: He plans to get on the Bad-Boys-and-Girls List on purpose! Even after his older sister, Sophie, reveals that their great-aunt, Auntie Claus, is really Santa's sister, Chris needs to see for himself, in order to believe.
In this companion to the much loved Auntie Claus, come along on a magical journey with Sophie Kringle's little brother, Chris, to a place you may have seen only in your dreams. And discover that anything is possible, when you have the key to Christmas!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
4.5 Stars This is a book from the Auntie Claus series. This is the story about young Christopher Kringle who is starting to doubt Christmas. He deliberately acts bad in order to get on the Bad Boys and Girls list to prove it doesn’t exist. However, his actions get him locked out of Christmas and must go on a journey to learn that he must believe in order to see the family’s secret. The majestic pictures are stunning and will be loved by the children while the adults read. This story is sure to be a favorite for the entire family. Notes: This review was written for Sasee Magazine and My Sister's Books. This review was posted on the Ariesgrl Book Reviews website.
My nephews and nieces starting calling me Auntie Claus at a very young age.. When the first book came out it was a must, since they receive a new Christmas book each year it was perfect. Referring to Santa's BB&G list (Bad Boys & Girls) brought smiles. We have loved re-reading them each Christmas. It you are an aunt, I highly recommend giving these creative and wonderful books to someone special to you.
Children will love unlocking the magic of the holiday season with "Auntie Claus and The Key To Chrismas." Elise Primavera's sequel to her best-selling "Auntie Claus" picture book is another merry treat about Sophie Kringle and her mysterious great-aunt, Auntie Claus, who is again preparing to leave on a "business trip" as Christmas approaches. This time, Sophie's precocious little brother, Christopher, becomes involved when he expresses doubt that Santa really has a Bad Boys & Girls List. "I get presents every year," he reasons. "And to be honest, I'm not all that good." It's a funny, beautiful adventure story worthy of it's predecessor.