The Magic Inside

xmas_400“North Pole. Maybe the coldest place to be. Blinding, bright white snow to where eyes can see. Short, frozen days and long, dark nights. “Of course they are dark! They are nights!”

Shhhhh! I’m trying to tell a story here.

“Now, where was I? Oh, right. Night falls quickly around here. And beautiful nights they are! Northern lights are waving in smooth and bright colours and reflect on the snow making the whole place shining like being under a huge disco ball. Everyone in Santa’s workshop when their shift is over, grab the guitars, the drums, the flutes and the trumpets, the accordions and run out. Some play the violin; and as always, the twin elves, Miny and Mo are carrying their piano gasping with their pink tongues hanging out of their identical mouths, for a sonata with four hands in D major. “It’s B-flat major, you dummy”, Miny tries to correct me. “It’s Mo! Miny said about the “dark” nights!”

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It’s an Ovi Christmas tradition. Just like the Christmas tree. A Christmas story.

From our very beginnings, kids have been one of our priorities and we always try to find ways to give them something especially to the ones between the ages of 5 and 105! So now, Mika Moose and the magpie, have new friends in the fantastic world of Santa’s workshop. Rudolph the snail and Joe the brave dog. These two are amazing and just the beginning in a worlds full of magic.

Rudolph and Joe came from a great story teller, Katerina Charisi to Santa’s workshop and we are all Christmassy grateful!

To enjoy this book you must read it aloud to your kids, your grandkids, any kids and make sure that you make all the right voices!

You can download for FREE the book HERE!

Merry Christmas

Thanos Kalamidas

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