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The True Story of Santa's Sleigh

The True Story of Santa's Sleigh

by Christine Kotowycz
The True Story of Santa's Sleigh

The True Story of Santa's Sleigh

by Christine Kotowycz

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Overview

The True Story of Santa's Sleigh captures the magic and fantasy of Christmas. Taking place in the countryside several days after Christmas, a sparkle is revealed in the freshly fallen snow as the sun peeks through the clouds. What could this be? Where did it come from?

Soon after, the children become wrapped up in the mystery of a sleigh abandoned in a snowdrift. Curious letters begin to arrive. Who are these letters from? Is it possible that the sleigh belongs to Santa?

Through the letters a secret relationship develops between Santa and the children. Santa shares anecdotes about his northern home and the busy preparations for Christmas Eve.

One day Santa has a special request for the children. In order to help Santa, the children must discover the power and magic of the Christmas Spirit within themselves, and once they do something extraordinary takes place that one special Christmas Eve.

The illustrations in the story capture the icy-cold landscape of a Canadian country winter. The curling and trailing smoke from the chimneys and the warm glow from within the homes and church provide a cozy, inviting and reassuring contrast.

This sweet Christmas story is sure to encourage imagination and warm feelings.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780228858751
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication date: 09/09/2021
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.08(d)

About the Author

Christine Kotowycz was born in Toronto, Ontario, but spent enchanting summers at the family summer cottage on the Grafton shores of Lake Ontario. The True Story of Santa's Sleigh takes place in the countryside surrounding the hamlet of Grafton, which is bounded by the rolling Northumberland Hills and the shores of Lake Ontario. Many years later, Christine and her husband Ihor realized the dream of living on a farm, and together they established Deerbrook Farms where they grew crops and tended to their horses. Napoleon, depicted in the story, is the draft horse who pulled the sleigh around the property across freshly fallen snow. The prominent steeple of St. Mary's Church in Grafton can be seen for miles around. This church as well as Deerbrook Farms are portrayed in the story.Christine Kotowycz is an illustrator, writer, teacher and quilter. She has formal degrees from the University of Toronto in Art History and Studio as well as a M.ED from the Ontario Institute of Education; however, it is life's winding path that has been her true teacher and inspiration.Christine Kotowycz now lives in Pickering, Ontario, along the Rouge River Ravine. She spends her days drawing, writing, crafting, walking the conservation trails and loving her grandchildren.

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