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It is said that each child has a designated elf who knows them well and checks in on them and their good and bad behavior. They also do unique things like baking treats with Mrs. Claus, making toys that squeak, feeding reindeer in the barn or jingling the bells. Many elves have part-time jobs but from November first until Christmas Eve they stay around homes. They also ride with the children to school to make sure that they do their best, and also check if they are being good at home, being helpful and kind, and sharing. It is these elves who report about children to Santa.
Your Christmas Elf by Jodi Stapler and Aiym Akhmetzhanova is an adorable story that captures the essence of the Christmas season and will make children look for signs to see if elves are around them. It will also help young readers remember the essence of the Christmas season - that of giving and being kind. The illustrations by Aiym Akhmetzhanova are as delightful as the story and bring the concept and the festive spirit of the season alive for young readers. It is a good storybook to read out to children not only during the Christmas season, but during all seasons. This book will make a good gift to give children at Christmas and other occasions.
Parents and tutors can use the book at home and in schools to help children understand the concept of being kind, helpful, and demonstrating good behavior. The presence of elves in the book makes it magical and endearing just like the Christmas season and will help children be on their best behavior.