The Elf on the Shelf is a children’s picture book, written by Carol Aebersold and her daughter Chanda Bell, and illustrated by Coë Steinwart which describes Christmas Tradition. The Elf on the Shelf book tells a Christmas themed story, written in rhyme to explain how Santa Claus knows who is naughty and good. The Elf on the Shelf also describes elves visiting children from Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve, after which they return to the North Pole until the next holiday season. The Elf on the Shelf comes in a smart box that features a hardbound picture book and a small scout elf. The authors say this story is about a family tradition started by Carol Aebersold for her twin daughters, Chanda Bell and Christa Pitts in Georgia, USA.
The story of The Elf on the Shelf describes how Santa’s “scout elves” hide in people’s homes to watch over events and behaviors. Once everyone goes to bed, the scout elf reports back to the North Pole to inform Santa about the goods and bad that have taken place throughout the day.
Before the family wakes up the next morning, the scout elf flies back from the North Pole and hides. To that scout elf finding new spots each morning around the house. The scout elf plays an ongoing game of hiding and seeks with the family members. The Elf on the Shelf explains that scout elves use his magic by being named and being loved by a child.
In the back of each and every book, Christmas families have an opportunity to write their elf’s name and the date that they adopted it. Once the elf is named, the scout elf receives its special Xmas magic power and can fly to and from the North Pole.
The Elf on the Shelf book tells how to use the magic power to disappear if the scout elf is touched, so the rule for The Elf on the Shelf states, “There’s only one rule that you have to follow, so I will come back and be here tomorrow: Please do not touch me. My magic might go, and Santa won’t hear all I’ve seen or I know.”
Same as Christmas families who play Elf on the Shelf is told not to touch their scout elf, they can speak with it and let it know all their Christmas wishes so that it can report back to Santa accurately.
Santa advises family members that they do not touch their Elf on the Shelf, but Santa gives a chance for a few rare instances when an adult may use tongs or potholders to help their elf in an urgent situation. Once the Scout Elf uses their magic power, they must preserve it as much as they can. Other family members can help by never touching the elf. If someone accidentally touches their elf, they could lose their magic and be unable to fly to the North Pole. Luckily, Santa’s Provides everything, so restoring the magic is simple. If kids are bad or don’t follow rules, the obvious risk is that their Christmas presents will be sacrificed, and then they may receive a dreaded lump of coal. The elf on the shelf is officially created for kids between 3 years to 15 years.
The story ends on Christmas Day with the elf leaving to stay with Santa for the rest of the year until the next Christmas season coming.
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