It's Christmas Eve and Santa is on his way. Without warning he begins to lose control of his sleigh. Rudolph's power is fading. In the distant sky he can see a bright light and steers toward it. Using it as a beacon he locates an area where he lands without injury to himself or his reindeer. He has landed on Signal Hill, the historic site where Marconi sent the first wireless signal across the Atlantic. It is also the site of the amazing Johnson Geo Centre, a famous geological interpretation centre. What has happened to Rudolph and will Santa be able to deliver his presents this Christmas Eve?
Great read, whether you are 9 or 90!
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About the Author
Gordon Francis is a retired high school teacher who taught English and Art. He has been writing stories, plays and poetry since he was in junior high. He has authored a fantasy series entitled Jonathan Dreamed of Dragons that has been enjoyed by many school children ages 7 - 12 and has articles in the Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador, poetry and artwork in Chaulkdust and Chewing Gum and a story in Life Sentences, published by the Newfoundland Writers' Guild. He resides in Coleys Point, Newfoundland and Labrador.