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The Book of Kringle: Legend of the North Pole Giveaway #HolidayGiftGuide

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Holiday Gift Guide Feature: The Book of Kringle & Color-In-Christmas

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The Book of Kringle Book & Activity Book

by: Derek Velez and Mary Packard

If you follow me you know that I feature a lot of children books. Especially at the Holidays, I love finding books that celebrate family and the spirit of people, places and holidays. When I pull out my decor totes to decorate for Christmas I have a tote devoted just to holiday books. I collect new ones each year and that pile has grown. They are always stacks in front of my tree and my son and even neighbor boys come over to the tree and start looking through the books. This year I am featuring one of my newest to the collection. It is a book and activity book set called, The Book of Kringle: Legend of the North Pole.

Book of Kringle Inside | Parenting Healthy

In a magical land on top of the world, an epic struggle between light and darkness was waged between two brothers. King Kringle ruled with a harsh hand over the Elves of the North Pole, allowing no laughter, no play and no Christmas celebration. There was only one truly kindhearted soul who could make a difference and change the course of the world. Would the Elves be able to find Santa and bring laughter and joy to the land? Manusol the Elf knows the answer, for it is written in The Book of Kringle.

The illustrations are gorgeous. Colorful landscapes and elegant characters fill the pages. Topics and themes explored in The Book of Kringle include:

  • The importance of unselfish acts of kindness in everyday life and how what you put out into the world comes back.
  • The magical aspect of Santa and having faith in the spirit of the unknown.
  • Providing a fertile emotional ground where parents can begin a dialogue with their child about their own specialness.
  • That we are all born with a unique and special gift that we are tasked to find in order to better the world around us.

Coloring and activity Kringle book

The coloring and activity book is accompanying with the book.

You can find The Book of Kringle on Amazon as a prime qualifier or visit http://www.thebookofkringle.com/. Continue to follow the Book of Kringle blog tour tomorrow at A Cup of T!

Visit the 2016 Holiday Gift Guide for the master gift list-it is updated daily.
The Giveaway

1 lucky reader will win this book and activity book set of the Book of Kringle: Legend of the North Pole. Enter below. Open to US and ends on 11/4. Good luck

 

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Amber Ludwig

I love the “All good will creates a sparks and floats the North Pole” fact 🙂

Julie Lundstrom

Santa’s first sled was too small.

April Monty

I’d love to get this for my grandchildren,theyd truly enjoy it,and love being read to.

Renee Walters

The North Pole is hidden in between the glaciers is my favorite fact.

Cynthia C

There are parts still undiscovered at the North Pole!

Stephanie H.

My favorite fact is that lights of goodwill collide in the sky.

vera wlson

Santa’s first sled was too small.

Kristi C

My favorite is that Santa’s first sled was too small.

Susan Hartman

I like the northern lights because its lights of goodwill collide in the sky.

Jordan Kara Highland

Bells were first rung at the North Pole over a 1,000 years ago.

Edye

I liked santa’s first sled was too small.

Rosanne

The North Pole is hidden in between the glaciers is one of the facts

Debbie Welchert

My favorite fun fact is that bells were first rung at the North Pole over 1,000 years ago.

Jackie

My favorite is the reindeer waiting to be chosen to pull Santa’s sled

Laurie Emerson

My favorite fun fact is Bells were first rung at the North Pole over a 1,000 years ago.