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The story begins with the child decorating the Christmas tree in preparation for Santa's arrival. The child gets to meet and talk to Santa, making a truly special day he or she will never forget. (Caucasian Version)
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Jenna Smith could hardly wait for Christmas Eve. She wanted to stay up after everyone else went to bed to meet Santa Claus. "Do you think that when Santa comes to Gardena , he will have just a little extra time to say hello to me?" she asked Mommy.
She wanted the Christmas tree to look really special for Santa's visit this year. Jenna cut paper bells and stars out of construction paper and glued glitter on them. She strung popcorn and cranberries on a string. Then, she carefully placed all of her beautiful creations on the tree.
Mommy and Daddy helped Jenna bake and decorate a batch of special Christmas cookies just for Santa. Then Jenna arranged the cookies on the prettiest plate she could find. Jenna set two places at the table next to the Christmas tree. She giggled out loud at the thought of having cocoa and cookies with Santa. "I know! I'll put the cocoa in a thermos so that it's hot when he drinks it. Or, if he can't stay, he can take it with him." Mommy helped Jenna boil some milk in a pan on the stove. She then put four big scoops of cocoa mix into the boiling milk and Daddy poured the steaming cocoa into the Thermos. "There, that's just right for two cups of cocoa said Mommy.Everyone said good night and went to bed except for Jenna. She still had work to do before Santa arrived. (…and there's much, much more!)
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