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Santa’s Magic Key by Eric James


It’s an age-old question. How does Santa get into every house around the world… no matter what doors, locks, chimneys, or windows exist?

Find the answer to this question in Santa’s Magic Key! In this unforgettable holiday story, a boy realizes on Christmas Eve that his new house does not have a chimney, and with the post office closed and Santa coming by the end of the night, he has no way of telling Santa. But when the boy finds a mysterious key, he’ll soon discover just how this key will solve his problem.

Add a new classic to your holiday collection with this magical tale that reveals how Santa can always spread gifts and joy on Christmas Eve by using his magical key. This beautiful book comes with Santa’s special key just for you to hang on your Christmas tree as an ornament or outside your door!



It was funny, the day I intented to sit down with the girls and read Santa’s Magic Key, my 3 year old, Ava, started asking about where our Chimney was. She was extremely concerned that we did not have a chimney and that Santa couldn’t visit us. Her timing couldn’t have been more perfect because I was able to whip out Santa’s Magic Key.

The girls were absolutely enthralled with the story and thrilled when they realised that they now had their very own Magical Key to let Santa in the house on Christmas Eve.

This will be a fun book to pull out every year before having the girls hang the key on our own front door. It certainly adds an extra touch of magic to the season for families in homes and apartments without a fireplace.

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kathy downey

Sunday 3rd of December 2017

Sure sounds like a beautiful story!

Darlene Schuller

Thursday 30th of November 2017

Oh this sounds like such a sweet story!


Thursday 30th of November 2017

Such a lovely story.

Elizabeth Matthiesen

Wednesday 29th of November 2017

What an adorable story line. I also like that there's Santa’s special key to hang on your Christmas tree, great idea. :-)