Santa’s Kids – Nicholas, Klaus and Sandy use Anti-Gravity Sleighs and Teleporters to Meet New Challenges
Austin, Texas Dec 27, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – If your little ones are asking difficult questions or doubting that Santa can be real, TELE-SANTA will answer all those technical issues for you. bit.ly/tele-santa-book
Many people aren’t even aware that Santa has a family. Yes, two sons – Nicholas and Klaus, plus a daughter, Sandy. She even has a talking Anti-gravity Sleigh named Blaise. Mom, Sara helps manage the domed North Pole Estate.
One day while sitting at the Command Center, they received a message about Zwerkin’s family, his boss Snavely trying to take their house, and the help needed to finish the TELE-SANTA Game. Zwerkin’s kids, Bethany and Silvin had written the letter using something new and fast – email.
Despite mom’s objections, Santa dispatches Sandy and Klaus to sort it out. Sandy meets Zwerkin and gets smitten while learning about his more important invention – a Teleportation Device that could really help Santa.
Snavely is a very diabolical fellow. He wants to take over Christmas. He sings a talking blues song about “deer kabobs and antler soup” as he puts on a black Santa suit and becomes Snavely Claws!
Sandy is surprised when Santa invites Zwerkin up to the North Pole to demo the Teleporter. Zwerkin assures her the device is safe even though he hasn’t tried it on a human yet. Despite some transmogrification, Zwerkin arrives dazed and confused with most of his clothes gone. When he’s recovered, Santa sings about longevity and wealth in his theme song “Perspectivity.” Santa says, “It’s not what you see, it’s how you see it.”
Bethany and Silvin are brought to the North Pole, too. When Chief Engineer Elf, Jan fixes the TELE-SANTA Game – Silvin decides they will be the heroes if they Teleport back home, deliver the TELE-SANTA Game to Snavely and save their house. Unfortunately, Snavely captures them, steals the Teleporter, and gleefully heads up to the North Pole to confront Santa and take over… and he brought a Melter!
TELE-SANTA eBook is now available for immediate delivery to Kindle App Readers from amazon.com and the 118-page book is available in the full-color print version. Interactive Kindle devices can play an array of sound effects and 10-songs to listen to as you read along. Earlier devices and the print version can do the same via an online webpage. For many, the Kindle download is free or available for $2.99. The print version is $18.99.
Here are a couple of sample pages including the song “Teleporting” and sound effects: adobe.ly/2ReOCT0
This is author/musician/artist Robert Battaile’s third book. He released a coloring book called “Doodle TherapyX2” last year. bit.ly/DoodleTherapyX2 Filled with whimsical designs, the book is built for both right and left-handers. He turned one of the designs, “Travis Takes A Jaunt” into a 5′ tall statue that is currently on display at the Cedar Park TX Sculpture Garden. More artwork is available as T-shirts, mugs, and such at cafepress.com/RobertsArt His children’s book “Tootster’s Amazing Adventure” is written from the point of view of an escaped parrot and is based on a true story.
His 10-song original cd Robert B+ “zymphonix” robertbplus.com is available for downloads from most music providers. Battaile lives near Austin and is Commissioner of the Austin Bocce League.
Source :Calexas Inc
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