Santa Remembers All Good Kids reminds readers that good morals begin at home, and it starts with teaching kids how to do the little things with ease that they otherwise wouldn’t want to do by exposing them to examples from other children around the world.
Helping kids understand that material things are less important than moments spent with someone is significant. It also encourages more communication between the child and the parent. Lastly, it teaches kids how relevant goals are and how good behaviour is valuable in achieving any goal. Parents and carers often find it challenging to get kids to do things that would help them in their health or other areas such as brushing their teeth at night time or in the morning – putting their toys away, taking their medicines, doing their homework, etc.
Santa Remembers All Good Kids is about a little girl named Mary, who decides that she would love nothing better than to spend some time with Santa Claus because she believes that time is the greatest gift of all gifts during Christmas and she believes that Santa will grant her wish. It also includes 14 stories of kids all around the world—from Spain to Italy to Germany—who are well-behaved and receive toys from Santa as a reward. In addition, it serves as a learning and educational tool for all kids.