Saturday, December 22, 2012

The Pajama Elves by Hayden Edwards

When my kids were little, we often gave them new pajamas on Christmas Eve. It was fun to see them in some warm, cozy pajamas as they got ready for bed in anticipation of Santa's arrival. As they got older, we gradually stopped the pajama tradition but it's one that I miss and it brings back happy memories of when my kiddos were young.

Giving pajamas at Christmas-time is a common tradition for many families. Author Hayden Edwards started the tradition in her own family. To help build excitement for her kids on Christmas Eve, she wrote a poem all about the Christmas pajama tradition. Using Amazon.com’s CreateSpace self-publishing platform and Kindle Direct Publishing, the author wanted to share this very special tradition from her family as a nice compliment to the Christmas pajama tradition in other homes too!

“The Pajama Elves” is the enchanting tale of elves at the North Pole who deliver pajamas to good children on Christmas Eve.  These pajamas are sewn with magical thread that guarantees that Santa can visit unnoticed. 
 


The Pajama Elves by Hayden Edwards is a 24-page book that's full of delightful pictures and a very sweet poem that is perfect for sharing with kids at Christmas. For those of you who already give your little ones new pajamas during the holidays, this is the perfect accompaniment to go along with that tradition. It would also make a thoughtful gift to share. You can find it on Amazon in paperback or Kindle edition ($9.99/$7.99).


I received a free copy of "The Pajama Elves". I was not obligated to write a positive review and all opinions expressed in this post are my own.

 
 
 
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1 comments:

opper windfrey said...

That's cool. It's funny that I read on a post the other that why does Santa get all the credit for all the present when all the elves are doing all the hard work for everything, I laughed out loud. But these special pajamas australia are great as well. Thanks for the idea, I'm buying the book for my kid.