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My Lil’ Santa Visit

My Lil’ Santa Visit

Every child likes to sit on Santa’s lap and ask for Christmas wishes. Brook Lynn is getting ready for hers but she has a special wish that she hopes Santa will grant. Making a list and of course checking it twice her main goal is a wish for a sick friend that she hopes will get better real soon. Imagine a child sending a special letter to Santa hoping he will see and grant her special request for a friend. Brooke imagines visions of elves and flying reindeer and St.Nick delivering gifts in her head. This book and this heartfelt story focuses on something we all need to do more of and that’s inspiring the gift of kindness and giving to others.

Brooke was thrilled that her Aunt Bea came and her prayers from the night before she hoped would be answered and she wrote her list for her aunt to see. But her main wish was for her friend Mike hoping that his heart gets stronger as she and her aunt pray his battle’s won.

Her visit to Santa was amazing. Santa had a huge smile on his face and she said told him her wish: Santa beyond wealth , I wish him strength and better health.

The excitement was there and Brooke could hardly sleep and she thought she heard a faint small scream. What could that be? A surprise was near her tree a small red box with a gold tag marked ,Brooke Lynn. You won’t believe what was inside and you will understand why her mother was filled with pride.

A message we all need to read and embrace: while you’ve been positive and kind, have faith no one is left behind. If you believe and trust all year, you’ll feel a change in you, my dear.

(Santa)

What does this mean? Did she get her bike? Did her friend’s heart get stronger? What gifts did she get?

Would you want a material one over one that grants kindness and hope?

“The treasures come in every size, when hearts are opened through one’s eyes. Do you agree!

Once again author Toby A. Williams and illustrator Corrina Holyoake have taken Brooke Lynn’s messages to both adults and children to s much higher level proving that kindness and hope are equally as valuable or even more than material gifts. The illustrations are colorful and will help readers understand and see the emotional expressions of the characters and the rhymes and stories within them will delight children of all ages. So when you write out your list for Santa why not add a special wish of love and kindness for someone else. A coloring page is included and you can imagine what you’d like in that box for you. Plus a page to write your own letter to Santa asking for a special request for a friend and the most special tags to include. So, happy holidays to everyone and let’s hope Santa brings everyone a gift of kindness and hope for 2021. I’ll send you my wish: I hope next year I can give everyone a special real hug in person and this world will be filled with sunshine and joy lifting the black cloud hanging over us forever. Happy holidays to everyone.

This book is great for families to share reading either in person or on FaceTime with friends or teachers even on days when they read a story to students in class or on line. Bring some Brooke Lynn into the lives of everyone. Five Golden stars ⭐️ 🌟 ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Fran Lewis: Just reviews

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