Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Win a Signed Copy of ROCK STAR SANTA

Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

You know what that means...........Christmas is right around the corner. And Santa is busy getting ready for his big night on Christmas Eve---his Christmas concert.


Yes. Santa's choosing his Christmas Carols and adapting them to electric guitar. Donner is on bass and Blitzen is beating those drums.

1. So if you want to attend the concert-- get your ROCK STAR SANTA picture book today. Available at Scholastic Teacher's Catalog (Option 3)

2. Or become a new follower of The Storyteller's Scroll and win a a front row seat to Santa's "rowdy, rockin'' Christmas concert.

3. Or make a comment about why you would like to win this "hit" Christmas book.

Winner will be announced on December 15th, so the book will arrive in time for Christmas Eve.

Merry Rockin' Christmas



  1. This would be such a cute book to give to my godson for Christmas. He;s bummed out that he isn't an only child anymore and could use some cheering up in the form of an adorable book about Christmas.

  2. Hi Ms. Krause, :)

    Merry Christmas! I write personalized letters from Santa each year at my church and it would be great to have a fun book about Santa to keep the children busy while Moms are filling out the forms for the letters.

    Wishing you all of the joys of the season!

    :) Abigail

  3. Nice community service, Abigail. Good luck. :)

  4. Gail,

    We were on the trip aboard the schooner Heritage together this fall. Just took the time to go to your site. I am wishing to buy a couple of copies of Rock Star Santa. Really three copies would be nice. I do not recall how you said it was best to buy them.
    Rebecca Schildroth

  5. Amanda: has selected you as the winner of the signed copy of Rock Star Santa. Please send me your email address though my website in the upper right hand corner. Congratulations.


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