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THE TWO SANTAS’[
**]TWO-POLAR HOME

[Santa Claus
and
Santa Christina
(“Mrs. Claus”)
Ride Between
North Pole and South Pole
In
“Wormhole Elevator”]

BY GEORGE WILLIAM KELLY

[The Two Santas’
Two-Polar Home]

[Santa Claus and Santa Christina (“Mrs. Claus”)
Ride Between
North Pole and South Pole In “Wormhole Elevator”]

Copyright 2016 George William Kelly

Shakespir Edition, License Notes
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Table of Contents

Foreword

The Two Santas’ Two-Polar Home

Santa Claus Wish List

Santa Christina Wish List

The Two Santas Christmas Carol

Author Background

Other Titles by Author

Acknowledgments

Foreword

This Christmas eBook for families gives Santa Christina gender equality with her dear husband, Santa Claus. It tells us that the two Santas share equally the delivery of toys around the world on Christmas Eve. It emphasizes knowledge of global geography for young girls and boys. It announces the big news that the two Santas have added a South Pole extension to their North Pole home, with a “worm-hole” elevator connecting the two homes. The absence of illustrations in this eBook allows its reader-listeners to imagine characters and scenes that will harmonize with their own family, ethnic, and nationality backgrounds.

The Two Santas’ Two-Polar Home

Santa Claus and his wife, Santa Christina, live in a two-Polar home.

Half of their home is at the North Pole.

Half of their home is at the South Pole.

The two Santas’ two-Polar home allows them to live equally close not only to boys and girls who live in the Northern Hemisphere, but also to girls and boys who live in the Southern Hemisphere.

For a long time, Mr. and Mrs. Claus lived only at the North Pole. They never imagined living anywhere else. They loved the North Pole. Santa Claus and his reindeer enjoyed sleigh rides under the Northern Lights. Santa Christina and her sled dogs mushed joyfully through the North Pole’s deep snow. The Elves worked cheerfully in the North Pole Toy Shop.

But, as time went by, there were more and more boys and girls around the world. They sent more and more Wish Lists to Santa Claus. The job of delivering more and more Christmas toys to more and more children got bigger and bigger. On Christmas Eve Santa Claus had to travel around the fast-spinning globe of the Earth, from North Pole to South Pole and back and forth across the Equator. It was too much for dear old Santa. He and his reindeer were overworked. The toy-delivery job had grown too big for them. Santa Claus and his reindeer needed help.

Then, not so long ago, Santa Christina and her sled dogs offered to help deliver the toys. Santa Claus and his reindeer thought that was a great idea. So, Santa Christina and her sled dogs began to help. Since that time Santa Christina’s team has delivered half of the toys every Christmas Eve. Santa Claus and his reindeer have delivered the other half. Both teams have fun. All the toys get delivered on time.

One day at the North Pole, some time ago, Santa Claus and Santa Christina were drinking a cup of hot chocolate and talking with each other about their trips delivering the Christmas toys.

Santa Christina and Santa Claus swapped stories with each other about traveling eastward and westward, northward and southward, above-the-equator and below-the-equator. They wheeled out a big globe of the Earth so they could study the places where each Santa had delivered toys on Christmas Eve. The globe had maps of all the countries around the Earth.

Using the Earth-map globe, Santa Claus pointed to the areas north of the equator. He pointed to Russia, North America, Europe, China, Japan, Thailand, India, Iran, and the north portion of Africa. All of these places were north of the equator.

Santa Christina then traced on the globe her trips south of the equator. She pointed to Australia, New Zealand, South America, Indonesia, New Guinea, the islands of the South Pacific Ocean, and the southern part of Africa. All of these places were south of the equator.

“Wouldn’t it be nice,” Santa Christina asked, “if we could live part of our time at the South Pole? We could be closer to girls and boys of the Southern Hemisphere for part of the year. We could be closer to boys and girls of the Northern Hemisphere for the rest of the year. In one hemisphere it might be winter. In the other hemisphere it might be summer.”

“A second home at the South Pole sounds great,” Santa Claus answered. “We could store some of the toys at the South Pole. We could make stops at the South Pole while delivering the toys on Christmas Eve.”

The reindeer and the sled dogs also liked the idea of a South Pole home. They said they could make friends with penguins at the South Pole just as they make friends with polar bears at the North Pole. They said the electro-magnetic Southern Lights (the Aurora Australis) at the South Pole would remind them of the Northern Lights (the Aurora Borealis) at the North Pole.

So, Santa Claus and Santa Christina met with Einstein Elf, the North Pole’s science wizard and electronic toymaker. They asked Einstein Elf if he could build them a second home at the South Pole, just like the one at the North Pole.

“Indeed I can,” replied Einstein Elf. And he did.

Einstein Elf used all of his Christmas magic. One week later, the new home at the South Pole was finished. It was an exact twin to the North Pole Home.

For the new home Einstein Elf created an “invisibility cloak,” like the one around the North Pole home. The two invisibility cloaks use electro-magnetic fields that bend and reflect light waves in order to hide the North Pole and South Pole homes. Polar explorers and space satellites see only ice and snow when they look at the two Poles. They cannot see the two Claus homes because they are shielded and invisible.

Einstein Elf decided it would take too much time for Santa Claus and Santa Christina to fly around the Great Circle of the Earth, and across the equator, in order to travel between their North Pole home and their South Pole home.

To make it quick and easy to go from one Polar home to the other, Einstein Elf installed a “wormhole” elevator. It travels straight through the center of the Earth from pole to pole.

To build this elevator, Einstein Elf made use of the two electro-magnetic whirlpools (or vortexes) that spiral inward at the North Pole and inward at the South Pole and appear to us as the Northern Lights and the Southern Lights.

The two polar electro-magnetic whirlpools (vortexes) swirl inward in tighter and tighter spirals, like water swirling into a drain. When the oppositely spinning spirals meet at the center of the Earth, a “wormhole” opens up and connects them. The two vortexes merge and become a double vortex connected by a shared “wormhole.” This double vortex can be called a “bivortex.” It resembles two ordinary funnels connected at their spouts. The opposite electromagnetic particles flow toward each other into the “funnels.” They collide as they approach the center and curve outward from the center toward the equator. They spin back, either northward or southward, toward each pole, re-enter one of the vortexes, and recycle all over again. In this way, the bivortex takes on the shape of an apple, with the apple’s core representing the “wormhole.”

Einstein Elf says the electro-magnetic “wormhole” behaves like the “eye” of a hurricane or tornado. His elevator glides safely back and forth through the center of the “eye” or “wormhole” or “apple’s core.”

Santa Claus and Santa Christina can walk into the “wormhole” elevator inside their North Pole home. At the push of a button the elevator goes down to the center of the Earth. There it leaves the Northern Hemisphere and enters the Southern Hemisphere. It keeps on going to the South Pole. Santa Claus and Santa Christina can then step out into their South Pole home. Whenever they wish, they can return in the elevator to their North Pole home.

There is one special thing about the “wormhole” elevator. Einstein Elf realized that if the elevator traveled straight along the Earth’s axis from one Pole to the other Pole, Santa Claus and Santa Christina would step out of the elevator upside-down. Their feet would be in the air and their hands on the floor.

So, Einstein Elf designed the “wormhole” elevator to swivel around on a big, spinning ball located at the midpoint of the wormhole. After the elevator swivels half-way-around, the elevator pops off the spinning ball and keeps on going till it reaches the opposite pole. Santa Claus and Santa Christina can then step out of the elevator with their heads held high and their feet where they should be, on the floor.

When the South Pole home and its “wormhole” elevator were finished, the elves, the reindeer, and the sled dogs had great fun riding in the new elevator. They especially liked it when the elevator swiveled around the spinning ball at the center of the Earth.

As a house-warming gift for the new South Pole home, Einstein Elf rolled out a large Earth globe on wheels. This new Earth globe was special because it showed the South Pole at the top of the globe and the North Pole at the bottom. It was a different way of looking at the Earth, and the two Santas loved it. They decided to have one North-Pole-Up globe and one South-Pole-Up globe at each of their Two Polar homes.

After the housewarming, Haark, Santa Christina’s Siberian Husky sled dog, asked Santa Christina and Santa Claus if adding the new South Pole address to the North Pole address would cause a mix up of the Wish Lists sent by boys and girls at Christmas.

“Not at all,” replied Santa Christina. “Girls and boys can choose which Santa and which pole to send their Christmas Wish Lists.”

They can send their Wish Lists four different ways:

1. Santa Claus, North Pole

2. Santa Christina, North Pole

3. Santa Claus, South Pole

4. Santa Christina, South Pole

Some children may want to address Santa Christina by her nickname, “Santa Chris,” the same way they use the nickname, “Santa Claus” for her husband. “Claus” is the nickname for “Nicholas.” “Chris is the nickname for “Christina.” And, “Santa” is another word for “Saint.”

Santa Christina and Santa Claus say they are happy to have one home at the South Pole and one home at the North Pole. Having a bipolar home makes them feel closer to girls and boys in both halves of the Earth: the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere.

As Christmas draws near, the two Santas (Santa Claus and Santa Christina) send their greetings everywhere to girls, and boys, and parents, and grandparents:

A

VERY

MERRY CHRISTMAS

TO ALL!

MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE NORTH POLE!

MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE SOUTH POLE!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

FROM

SANTA CLAUS AND SANTA CHRISTINA!

The End

The Two Santas Christmas Carol

Yes! It Is Christmas!”

(Sung To Tune of “Jesus Loves Me”)

VERSE ONE

Santa Claus delivers toys

For us little girls and boys.

Busy elves pack Santa’s sleigh,

And his reindeer fly away.

REFRAIN

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

The Babe is born this day!

VERSE TWO

Santa dashes through the snow,

Stops on rooftops down below.

He leaves toys beside the tree

For good kids like you and me.

REFRAIN

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

The Babe is born this day!

VERSE THREE

Santa’s job has grown too big

For dear Santa and his rig.

“I’ll help you,” says Claus’s wife.

She loves Claus as dear as life.

REFRAIN

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

The Babe is born this day!

VERSE FOUR

Santa Christina is her name.

Mushing is her sport and game.

Her sled dogs pull half the toys

That are wished by girls and boys.

REFRAIN

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

The Babe is born this day!

VERSE FIVE

Both good Santas make a team,

Guided by a starlight beam.

We’ll send Lists to Chris and Claus

And leave snacks for deer and dogs.

REFRAIN

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

The Babe is born this day!

VERSE SIX

We’ll be good and say our prayers,

Dream of dolls and Teddy bears.

Please dear Santas, do your best.

Bring to us a Christmas blessed.

REFRAIN

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

Yes! It is Christmas!

The Babe is born this day!

THE END

About the Author

Children’s Book Author George William Kelly believes he was the first to reveal that the real name of “Mrs. Claus” is “Santa Christina” and that she delivers half the toys on Christmas Eve. As a child in the Southern town of Evergreen, Alabama, Kelly rarely saw snow. He believed that Santa Claus and his reindeer delivered all the toys. When Kelly served as a World War II airman at the Alaska Air Force Base at Anchorage, Alaska, he became acquainted with mushing, sled dogs, herds of reindeer (caribou), and frigid North Pole weather. Years later, when his young daughter began celebrating Christmas holidays, he began to imagine that Mrs. Claus (Santa Christina) might be helping Santa Claus deliver the toys. Kelly wrote about this in his picture book, Santa Christina and Her Sled Dogs. He says that before that picture book, his daughter was the only child in the world who mailed her Christmas Wish Lists to “Santa Christina” instead of to “Santa Claus.” Kelly has lived in New York City most of his adult life. He received BSJ and MSJ degrees from Northwestern University. He also attended the University of Alabama and the University of Pennsylvania.

Other Titles by George William Kelly

The Two Santas Christmas Eve Toy Race: Santa Christina (Mrs. Claus) and Her Sled Dogs Race Against Her Husband (Santa Claus) and His Reindeer [Shakespir Edition] A children’s storyteller eBook without illustrations. Describes the yearly toy delivery race around the world between Santa Claus with his reindeer and Santa Christina (Mrs. Claus) with her sled dogs. Includes a blank Wish List for sending to each Santa. Also includes verses for “The Two Santas’ Christmas Carol,” with words written to the tune of “Jesus Loves Me.”

Meet Santa Christina! (“Mrs. Santa Claus”): Santa Christina Delivers Half the Toys by Dog Sled [Shakespir Edition] A children’s storyteller eBook without illustrations. Reveals Santa Christina’s real name to children and introduces her sled dogs.

Yes! It Is Christmas! [cdbaby.com] A children’s CD. This is a performance of a Christmas carol about Santa Christina, sung to the tune of the historic and beloved children’s hymn, “Jesus Loves Me.” The original music was composed by William B. Bradbury in1862. The new, Christmas-carol words to Bradbury’s tune are written by George William Kelly (2014). The CD’s musical performance is by Michael Bellar & Erin Inglish (2014).

Santa Christina and Her Sled Dogs [McRoy & Blackburn, Publishers] A hardcover children’s picture book. Illustrated by Amy Cameron.

Pumpkin Angel: The Angel of Halloween [Shakespir Edition] Children’s storyteller eBook without illustrations. Pumpkin Angel flies down from Heaven each autumn to bless pumpkins and make them grow. She also unlocks the Doomsday Door, allowing underworld goblins to come out for trick-or-treat on Halloween. Pumpkin Angel is a character as central to Halloween as Santa Claus is to Christmas.

Georgette’s Apple Bivortex Theory of Everything [XLibris and NOOK] A paperback collection of stories for children.

What Does the Tooth Fairy Do with All Those Teeth? [C.R.Gibson Company] A hardcover children’s picture book. Illustrated by Paige Billin-Frye.

Acknowledgments

Book Formatting: Maureen Cutajar, www.gopublished.com

Book Cover Design: Rita Toews, www.yourebookcover.com

Book Editor: Jain Wright Kelly, [email protected]


The Two Santas' Two-Polar Home: Santa Claus and Santa Christina ("Mrs. Claus") R

For a long, long time Santa Claus and his reindeer delivered all the toys on Christmas Eve. Santa Christina (Mrs. Claus) and her sled dogs stayed at home, with the Elves, at the North Pole. Not very long ago, however, Santa Christina and her sled dogs began to help her husband and his reindeer deliver the toys. Now, Santa Claus delivers one-half the toys, and Santa Christina delivers the other half. The two Santas race each other to see who finishes first. The Two Santas’ Christmas Eve Toy Race always ends in a tie. On Christmas Day they talk about their travel around the Earth’s globe, through both hemispheres, over continents and oceans, in country after country, in cities and villages, in good weather and bad weather. It was in one of these talks that the two Santas got the idea for a second home at the South Pole and asked Einstein Elf to build it. He immediately built them a South Pole home to match their North Pole home. Next he built a “wormhole” elevator through the center of the Earth to connect the two homes. This eBook about the two Santas’ two-Polar home includes one blank “Wish List” addressed to Santa Claus and another blank “Wish List” addressed to Santa Christina. It also includes a children’s Christmas carol, “Yes! It Is Christmas,” to be sung to the tune of the historic children’s hymn, “Jesus Loves Me.”

  • ISBN: 9781311882080
  • Author: George William Kelly
  • Published: 2016-04-30 19:35:08
  • Words: 2721
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