Hello again. Do you remember I was telling you a story about Santa’s missing sleigh? My sleigh has gone missing and Mouse the elf has gone to find it.
Thank you so much for the words of encouragement. Mouse has told me that she would have been too scared to go on this adventure without your help. She has also told me that she needs your help again, I will get to that soon so keep reading!
Mouse has been updating me on her progress so far. Would you like to hear about her adventure finding Santa’s missing sleigh?
Mouse took off on the reindeer, riding from our toy factory into the Candy Cane forest. Have you ever seen Candy Cane trees? Here at the North Pole we grow candy canes on trees just like you would grow an apple. When they are big enough we pick them and send them out into the world.
Mouse rode through the forest so, so fast. The reindeer’s legs were a blur she was riding so fast. The great thing about reindeer is that they never get tired. This is very handy when you have to deliver so many presents in one night.
A Brave Mouse Looks For Santa’s Missing Sleigh
Next Mouse came to the chocolate rivers. Oh yes at the North Pole our rivers are all chocolate. Drinking from the rivers is a very yummy thing to do. Swimming through the rivers is a very hard thing to do. Usually we have to find a bridge.
But Mouse did not have time! Never has a reindeer jumped over a chocolate river. But Mouse was feeling brave after hearing your words and she rode faster and faster. When they came to the first river they jumped. They jumped higher than any reindeer and elf has jumped before. They jumped across the entire river. From one side to the other. After jumping the first river all the others were easy.
When Mouse had crossed all the rivers she saw some sleigh tracks leading up the snowy hill. Mouse is a brave elf. She followed the tracks up the hill. The tracks stopped at the entrance to two caves. One was filled with marshmallows and chocolate drops and the other was filled with bugs and dirt. Mouse had a decision to make. She did not know which cave to go into. But she knew who would know. So she is asking you all for help. Which cave should she go into? Which cave would be the home to someone who does not like Christmas?
P.S. Which cave should Mouse the Littlest Elf go into? Which cave would be the home to someone who does not like Christmas? Would you rather go into a marshmallow cave or a bugs and dirt cave to find Santa’s missing sleigh? You can click here to tell me or, scroll down to see what other people wrote.
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