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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Animals / Dogs
  • Language:English
  • Pages:38
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781483563268

Santa's Bully Elf

by Victoria Devine

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Overview
Who would have ever guessed that Santa has a dog that is a K-9 Bully Elf! Sparky will take you on an adventure of a lifetime. As he leaves the North Pole, he has to tell two children that they are on Santa's naughty list. Will he ever get these two children to stop bullying in time for Christmas? This children's book is ideal for teachers and parents.
Description
Santa’s Bully Elf is a heartwarming story about bullying and the spirit of Christmas. When Sparky, a Golden Retriever who helps Santa Claus track bullies, looks into his magical telescope, he spots Isabella and Anthony. These two children are on the naughty list because they are mean and unkind to other kids at school. Sparky must leave his post at Lookout Tower to convince these two children to behave or Santa will fly past their home on Christmas Eve without stopping. Of course, no one has EVER heard of a dog as an elf, so Isabella and Anthony take some convincing. When the children arrive at the North Pole, Santa plans a surprise visit to help them understand the effects of their bullying. One look through the magical telescope, and they are shocked by what they see!
About the author
The spirit of Christmas has always been a part of my life. My home is decorated in early November anxiously waiting December 25. When my children were young, an elf would magically appear in their book bag as an incentive to strive for academic success. An array of elves would be found in our home as another method of keeping my children off the naughty list. A loveable Golden Retriever was always an energetic part of our home. A part of fulfilling my dream as a writer, I combined Christmas, elves, dogs, and bullying into one story: Santa’s Bully Elf. Somehow, tucked inside a grown woman is still a girl who anticipates a warm and joyous holiday. I still collect elves, my third Golden Retriever is as clever as Sparky, and as a teacher my philosophy is respect and kindness towards all. Teachers are always striving for a bully-free school. As an educator, I have witnessed and learned so much about bullying. It is important to create a friendly environment without verbal or physical abuse. Many of us know parenting is an arduous task, and we try to instill good morals and values in our children. Together, we can stamp out bullying and create a world that welcomes everyone.
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