Beautiful Irish children’s book ‘What does Santa do, when it’s not Christmas?’ available for €8. Monies raised will help keep sick children #HomeforChristmas and out of hospital.
Ever wonder… What does Santa do, when it’s not Christmas?
Children love the magic of Christmas, and of course, the magic that Santa brings each year. But what happens after Christmas Eve and Santa has delivered all of his presents? What does he do for the rest of the year when he’s not feverishly making toys, checking lists twice, and hurtling helter-skelter across the midnight sky delivering toys across the world?!
‘What does Santa do, when it’s not Christmas?' Read by Rhys Scanlon
‘What does Santa do, when it’s not Christmas?’ is an enchanting picture book, aimed at children under seven years of age, and tells the story of what Santa does for the rest of the year. The timeless story is written and illustrated by lifelong friends Paddy Comyn from Drogheda, Co Louth and Barry Sheehan from Bray, Co Wicklow, and costs just €8, with all monies raised directly funding Jack & Jill’s in-home nursing care and respite service for children up to the age of six.
Carmel Doyle, CEO of Jack & Jill - photo by Brian Lawless
With 402 families in communities across Ireland currently under the charity’s care, and with the increased pressure on the hospital system; it’s important to keep these beautiful, vulnerable sick children #HomeforChristmas and out of hospital – because there is no care like home care, especially at Christmas time.
‘What does Santa do, when it’s not Christmas?’ costs €8 (excl post & packaging) and is available in softback and printed on snow-friendly and environmentally friendly paper.