Santas Gift of Giving by Edward Grieve

Jimmy was a very kind boy who wanted Santas toys to be shared, but Wally was very greedy wanting all of the toys. This caused Santa a problem and after losing Wallys list could his friends kindness save Christmas and teach Wally a valuable lesson about sharing.

The message within the story is for children to enjoy giving at Christmas and not to be greedy. Appreciating their friends and realising how they can help others at this time of year. This book was written and illustrated with the help of my 5 year old son. I hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed creating it.

In keeping with the moral of the story, we created this book in the hope of assisting others and 50% of any profit will be donated to charity. The first area we will be hoping to help is a local school which is looking to create a nurture room. This assists in giving help to younger children and also a quiet space for children with learning difficulties such as autism which the school have been great in assisting various children and their parents.

This book was written for a 5 year old (almost 6) who can read most of the words, but there are a few words he needs help with to assist his development. I would suggest an age range of 3-6 years of age.

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“Excellent little story about giving! Great lesson for all!”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Stephen

What a fab little story about giving at Christmas! I think we can all learn from this not just our kids! Read it to my girls aged 2, 6 and 8 and they all loved it!

About the Author

My 5 (nearly 6) year old son and I write kids books for our own amusement and try to find various stuff to get up to. Cooking, days out, reading and travelling.

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