Santa's Bells Ring 365 Days a Year! Santa's Magic Computer puts a smiley face by each child's name when their special bell sound rings at the North Pole. Kids make the North Pole musical 24 hours a day by doing great things every day from all over the world. Santa Mrs. Claus and the Elves only watch the Children from the big TV screens all over the North Pole when they are doing good things. Santa did not want children to be sad and think he was watching them when they were mad, tired, did not exercise, had too much sugar, or were not sure what was expected of them. Santa went to Mary, his former elf's House to teach her the New Bell System at the North Pole and how to make a Care Board. Santa wants children to understand how to take care of themselves. He wants them to learn how to be good to themselves and others. Those things make the bells ring at the North Pole. Santa emailed Mary a letter. Elve's families shared the letter with their friends to help spread the word. He wants Mary to help him share the New Positive System at the North Pole with Families all over the world. She wrote this book to start spreading the word. The Elves sent Mary pictures of the dogs doing things during certain months and holidays of the year for this book. Families should be excited about every new day and look forward to all the holidays and months of the year. Parents can keep track of all the good things their kids do every day by giving them smiley faces in their action notebooks. Kids can leave those notebooks out for Santa on Christmas Eve so he can see all their growth and write them a letter. Childhood flies by and Santa wants families to enjoy every magical day of the year!