Classics for Your Collection: goo.gl/U80LCr --------- How Santa Became Immortal In a world full of immortals and mortals, the Forest of Burzee received an abandoned infant which is found by the nymphs. And Necile who wishes, even though it is against the law, to spare the child and raise it as her own. As he grows older Claus befriends the creatures of the forest and Ak, the Master Woodsman shows him the children of the world who he has sympathy for. When Claus reaches adulthood, he leaves the Forest of Burzee and travels to the country called the Laughing Valley where he builds his own home and receives a cat called Blinkie where he makes a wooden version of and gives it to a boy lost in a snow storm. The Ryls give him paint that they use to colour flowers so Claus can paint his toys. He later makes a variety of wooden animals who he decides to give to the children who are either rich or poor including Bessie Blithesome and Mayrie. An evil army called the Awgwas realize the toys are making the children less naughty so they attempt to stop that by kidnapping Claus and dumping him in the jungle, trap him in a blocked cave and steal the toys from the children forcing Claus to seek shelter. After violating Ak's warning to leave Claus alone, the Awgwas declare war on the immortals. In order for Claus to still make the children gifts, the immortals have no choice but to engage the Awgwas in battle.... This is one phase of the book... ------- Soon, two reindeer called Flossie and Glossie assist Claus to deliver the toys to the children of the world. They also help Claus to figure out how to get into the houses by going down the chimney. Later more reindeer, named Racer, Pacer, Reckless, Speckless, Fearless, Peerless, Ready, Steady and Who, come to assist Claus. The people of the world also make it easier for Claus to deliver presents by hanging the first stockings on the mantle pieces above the fire and start putting up Pine Trees as the first Christmas Trees Years pass and Claus grows old and comes to the end of his life so when Ak holds a meeting to decide if they should make Claus immortal they all vote in favour of it. The Immortals come to Claus's house just in time to stop the Angel of Death from taking him away then place the Mantle of Immortality on Claus A beautiful book. Will definitely make you feel the warmth and love and giving-nature of Santa Claus in your heart this time of year. Baum wrote this book for one of his sons. This short, quick read is perfect for children and adults alike. Scroll Up and Grab Your Copy The Complete Oz Series: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6426287 TIK-TOK of OZ https: //www.createspace.com/6353841 Ozma of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6356346 Glinda of OZ https: //www.createspace.com/6461890 The Scarecrow of OZ https: //www.createspace.com/6461981 The Marvelous Land of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6462832 Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6464450 The Road to Oz by https: //www.createspace.com/6464521 The Emerald City of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6464602 The Patchwork Girl of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6464682 The Lost Princess of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6465342 The Tin Woodman of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6466582 Rinkitink in Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6464764 The Magic of Oz https: //www.createspace.com/6466620.
About the Author
Lyman Frank Baum (May 15, 1856 - May 6, 1919), was an American author who was a specialist in children's books. He was particularly famous for his The Wonderful Wizard of Oz series, a sensational hit among children and continues to do so. He was better known by his pen name L. Frank Baum. His stories have formed the basis for such popular films as The Wizard of Oz (1939), produced by the famous Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. and Oz the Great and Powerful (2013). Named -Lyman- after his uncle, Baum didn't like his first name much obviously and chose to be called by his middle name -Frank- instead. Baum wrote about his purpose in introduction of his book: -The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was written solely to pleasure children today. It aspires to being a modernized fairy tale, in which the wonderment and joy are retained and the heart-aches and nightmares are left out.-