Linda Farr’s Newly Released “A Christmas Peek” is a Brief Illustration for Kids about a Little Girl’s Attempt to Catch a Glimpse of Santa Claus

Share Article

“A Christmas Peek” from Christian Faith Publishing author, Linda Farr, is a delightful narrative of a young girl who sneaks out of bed just to get a glimpse of Santa Claus.

News Image

“A Christmas Peek”: a simply amusing tale on a Christmas Eve as an excited little girl tries to sneak a peek as Santa Claus leaves gifts for the family under the Christmas tree. “A Christmas Peek” is the creation of published author Linda Farr, a writer who has been retired from the Texas Justice Court System of over twenty-six years. She enjoys singing in Church Music Ministry, writing poetry and stories about life and family, and spending time on the lake.

Farr writes, “Christmas time is magical for all of us. As children, many of us wait year after year just hoping to catch even a small glimpse of the man responsible for the magic. A Christmas Peek tells the story of a child’s attempt to outsmart Santa and get a real live look at the man seen only in our dreams and imagination. Will what seems to be the perfect setup to catch Santa in the act make this child’s dream come true? Or will Santa have the last ho-ho-ho? A Christmas Peek is Linda Farr’s debut children’s book, which she hopes will encourage young minds to dream big and believe in the impossible.”

Linda Farr’s new book is an engaging story for children and their parents that tells about one child’s excitement on Christmas Eve, as she plots to catch a peek of Santa Claus.

View a synopsis of “A Christmas Peek” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “A Christmas Peek” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “A Christmas Peek,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Christian Faith Publishing Media Department
Visit website