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Santa’s Christmas By Lavina Tien It was a beautiful December day, with clear blue skies and snow-covered treetops. The usual hustle and bustle of preparing Christmas presents was gone, for Santa had fallen ill.

Santa’s Christmas By Lavina Tien It was a beautiful December day, with clear blue skies and snow-covered treetops. Christmas was in the air! But up in Santa's lodge, all was quiet. Oh dear, what will the children say when they don’t receive presents this year? Santa wondered sadly, as he lay on his bed.

Christmas trees were banned by President Teddy Roosevelt in the White House in 1901 . Christmas Facts About Santa and His Reindeer. Facts About Christmas Songs, Books, and Movies.

Christmas trees were banned by President Teddy Roosevelt in the White House in 1901 because the President was concerned about the environmental effects, but his sons decorated a small tree cut on the White House grounds and hid it in a closet until Christmas morning. 1915 – Hallmark introduced their first Christmas cards. Our image of Santa Claus has some interesting origins. Early pictures of St. Nicolas show him with a stern expression.

A Christmas tree inside a home. For the American market, figures were blown depicting comic book characters as well as patriotic subjects such as Uncle Sams, eagles, and flags. The Christmas tree was first used by German Lutherans in the 16th century, with records indicating that a Christmas tree was placed in the Cathedral of Strassburg in 1539, under the leadership of the Protestant Reformer, Martin Bucer.

The Christmas pickle is a Christmas tradition for some Americans. A decoration in the shape of a pickle is hidden on a Christmas tree, with the finder receiving either a reward or good fortune for the following year

The Christmas pickle is a Christmas tradition for some Americans. A decoration in the shape of a pickle is hidden on a Christmas tree, with the finder receiving either a reward or good fortune for the following year. There are a number of different origin stories attributed to the tradition, including an origination in Germany. This theory has since been discounted, and it is now thought to be an American tradition created in the late 19th century.

Forest Ranger 'Ranger Rick' decides to take a Christmas tree to Santa because there are no trees at the .

Forest Ranger 'Ranger Rick' decides to take a Christmas tree to Santa because there are no trees at the North Pole. On the way, Ranger Rick runs into a thieving moose, a friendly polar bear, a vacationing penguin, Santa’s helpers, and Santa. This colorful 51-page picture book for children 2-7 also has 19 large, black and white pictures in the Appendix for printing & coloring. Adapted from a script I wrote for a puppet show, and updated September 2013 with more pictures. A Christmas Tree For Santa - eBook.

Santa Claus, also known as Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, or simply Santa, is an imaginary figure originating in Western Christian culture who is said to bring gifts to the homes of well-behaved children on the night of . .

Santa Claus, also known as Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, or simply Santa, is an imaginary figure originating in Western Christian culture who is said to bring gifts to the homes of well-behaved children on the night of Christmas Eve (24 December) or during the early morning hours of Christmas Day (25 December).

This colorful 51-page picture book for children 2-7 also has 19 large, black and white pictures in the Appendix for printing & coloring.

A Christmas Tree For Santa book. Forest Ranger 'Ranger Rick' decides to take a Christmas tree to Santa because there are no trees at the North Pole. This colorful picture book for children 2-7 has large, black and white pictures in the Appendix for printing & coloring. Adapted Forest Ranger 'Ranger Rick' decides to take a Christmas tree to Santa because there are no trees at the North Pole.

Santa Claus, Father Christmas, St. Nick-no matter the name, everyone knows the story of this plump, jolly, bringer of gifts. Washington Irving's 1809 book Knickerbocker's History of New York first portrayed a pipe-smoking Nicholas soaring over the rooftops in a flying wagon, delivering presents to good girls and boys and switches to bad ones. Here we finally have the appearance of a Santa Claus," Bowler said.

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