Whose Boots? Frozen--Olaf's Night Before Christmas by Jessica Julius
'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS....
THE STOCKINGS WERE HUNG BY THE CHIMNEY WITH CARE...
HAD THEY GOTTEN TOO WET? WERE THEY LEFT THERE TO DRY?
Like his toddler fans, Olaf the Snowman is new to this stuff, and he doesn't quite understand all the Christmas fuss.
Stockings? What's with that?
Elsa is asleep while the northern lights play in the night sky, but Olaf is wide awake, when out on the lawn he hears a clatter.
It's a sleigh pulled by flying reindeer! That's can't be Kistolph, can it?
And then there's a stir on the roof and soot floating down from the chimney. Who could it be?
"HIS BOOTS WERE SO BLACK. AND HIS PANTS WERE ALL RED...
BUT WHERE WAS HIS HEAD?"
To the familiar rhyme and meter of Clement Clarke Moore's A Visit from St. Nicholas, Olaf the Snowman stands in for the author in the role of the guy who spies on Santa, as St. Nick drops by to snack on some krumkake and delivers the goods for everyone to find on Christmas morning, in Jessica Julius' lighthearted take off for small fans of the folks from Disney's Frozen. And the whole cast is there for an arctic Christmas Party in Frozen Olaf's Night Before Christmas Book & CD (Disney Press, 2015). As pre-prep for the Christmas Eve scene or as a dandy stocking stuffer, this one is sure to please the tots with glittering scenes and happy verses.