Author Patricia Gallagher welcomes interviews and is available on short notice. Here is information about her new book title, “Christmas on Lindbergh Mountain – The Untold Story of Santa’s Magic on Christmas Eve.”
With her earlier parenting books and projects, she appeared as a guest on Oprah, The Early Show, CNN, Maury, The 700 Club, CNBC, Financial News Network and other major media shows.
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Let the fun begin with the making of Christmas joy and cheer: the aroma of cookies baking, the Christmas tree is decorated, gifts are wrapped, Grandma is coming….. and it is time to relax with a wholesome family Christmas story.
Keep the Magic of Christmas alive! “Christmas on Lindbergh Mountain -The Untold Story of Santa’s Magic on Christmas Eve” is a story of wonder that the whole family can enjoy! Create a new family tradition this year!
Nothing says “Merry Christmas” better than getting into the spirit – – with a frothy mug of hot chocolate and your own favorite little elves gathered around you! And here is a list of 58 kinds of food that Santa and the Reindeer like.
On Christmas Eve, Santa sometimes leaves “Santa Clues” around a child’s house – things that prove that he has been there. When the children wake up on Christmas morning and before they run in to see their gifts, some lucky children find “Santa Clues.” Santa often brings his own SantaClues to hide…..things the children have never seen before such as unique treats, a pair of mittens, a book, etc.
Here is what some children do – they make their own Santa Clues! How? Look around your house for five things that you like. Place the items on the kitchen table. The Santa Clues could be a Christmas blanket, a picture of Santa Claus, a box of Candy Canes, a favorite book or a stuffed animal. Write a note to Santa and ask him to place all of the things that are on the kitchen table – outside of your bedroom door. Or ask him to hide them. When you wake up on Christmas morning, if you see the items outside of your door, then you know Santa has already been to your house. Or ask your parents if you can find the items that Santa and the Elves hid around your house.