Welcome to Stories From the North Pole

As part of my journey as Santa's Woodsman, I visit the North Pole. Not the frozen tundra but the REAL Village at the North Pole, where Santa, the elves, and his reindeer live and play. Whenever I visit I try to collect stories that will help keep the True Magic of Christmas alive in Every Day. This is the job Saint Nicholas gave me as his thirteenth Woodsman, share the stories of the Woodsmen and the True Magic of Christmas.

My bride, Christmasana, loves to draw and has illustrated some of the stories I collected. This is really her project born from an incredible Love of the True Spirit of Christmas - Sharing, stories you can share with your children. With your help this list of stories will grow.

How Santa's Reindeer Got Their Bells
Order from Amazon.com Santa arrives in the earliest minutes of Christmas morning, still Christmas Eve to many. How do you know when he is in your neighborhood? Bells! You can hear the bells on his sleigh. But, did you know that a long time ago, Santa's sleigh did not have bells and slipped quietly through the night? The beautiful bells you hear on Christmas morning came about because of a young boy, a cat, and a reindeer who did not yet have a name. Join Victor and Jasper as they bring bells to Santa's sleigh.


Order from Amazon.com The Bethlehem Tree
Visiting churches and festivals, Saint Nicholas enjoyed telling stories. One of his favorite stories, written down by the fourth of his Woodsmen, was about the very first tree of Christmas. A tree which grew in Bethlehem in the years right after the birth of Jesus. Nicholas continues his story describing the significance of the shape of the evergreen, the tree so many of us enjoy decorating for Christmas.



We hope to bring you a new story from the North Pole each year. Watch for "First to Fly" in 2019.

To look at the stories of Santa's Woodsman and other books by Gale Buck, please click on an icon below or visit his author page on Amazon.

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10/17/18