Meeting and Knowing More About “Ho Ho The Elf”

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Author Larry Kaniecki’s new picture book introduces readers to one of Christmas’ characters that is often missed.

Christmas is a time when all the people in the world celebrate. When this time of the year comes, people will remember many characters that make the season more festive, exciting, and glorious. Santa Claus, Jack Frost, Rudolph, and many others. But somewhere in the discovery of these characters, someone is being missed. In his wittingly charming book, “Ho Ho The Elf”, author Larry Kaniecki will take readers on a trip to where this elf came from and find out how did he get to Santa Land.

Santa’s “Ho, Ho, Ho” laugh sparks the glee and gladness of Christmas time throughout Santa Land, the North Pole, and around the world. Without Santa’s happy “Ho, Ho, Ho” laugh, darkness would smother and extinguish the brightness of Christmas spirit, love, and cheer at Santa Land in the North Pole and definitely affect the rest of the world. So, who is Ho Ho The Elf and what important role does he play in each year’s Christmas? Throughout this book, readers will explore the pages of Christmas history to uncover the truths about “Ho Ho The Elf”, how this magical elf become worthless, and so much more revelations.

Filled with delight and enchantment, “Ho Ho The Elf” is a fascinating book readers of all ages will love and enjoy.

This book will be featured at the 2011 New York Library Association Book Exhibit in Saratoga Springs, NY, on November 2-5, 2011.
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Ho Ho The Elf * by Larry Kaniecki
Publication Date: May 18, 2011
Picture Book; $21.99; 42 pages; 978-1-4628-6807-0

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