SANTA SAYS THIS 2018 YEAR MOST CHILDREN ARE GOOD – SANTA AIR DROPPING MOST CHRISTMAS GIFTS (SANTA WARNS BEWARE OF ELF BULLY THIEF) – Encourages children to read, thereby giving them a chance to protect their own Christmas presents and to help rescue Santa.

Alpharetta, GA – December 7, 2018 – Reading is very critical especially in children – reading shapes their thinking, sharpens their wit and strengthens their imaginations. There’s a saying that goes, “A reading child will grow up to be a thinking adult.” So, the importance of reading in the molding children’s minds cannot be overemphasized and stressed enough. is a Christmas themed website that encourages children to learn by asking them to read because it helps Santa get all of their presents to them and also earns nice points by saving Santa from a magical globe where he keeps being trapped by a greedy, mischievous and thieving Elf Bully.

Parents/Teachers register the child.

Parents/Teachers add links to reading materials.

Parents/Teachers add questions about reading materials. website is intended to be used alongside the book, “Elf Bully: The Prequel,” which is available on Amazon. Most children are NOT bad – Santa acknowledges that and airdrops presents to all the children. It’s in the children’s power to help Santa get their presents to them – Children help by reading. If they don’t read, their gifts fly slowly and, the Elf Bully will probably seize the chance to steal their presents.

Children are offered the chance to save both Santa who is in the greedy Elf Buddy’s captive clutches and their own presents. In the program, Santa is seen incarcerated in a magical globe and the giving of power to the children to save him makes children feel that they need to do the right thing, the thing that would make them feel good and proud. So, the children will read and try to answer all the questions correctly to set Santa free and receive excellent points for their heroic act of rescue. sells a low-cost membership for parents and teachers to use – $1 per month for parents payable annually; a nickel a month per student for teachers payable annually. It is a small price to pay for huge benefits and potential – the website can be used as a teaching tool.

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