Just Released Kindle short story “The Spirit of Santa–How to talk to your children when they stop believing” by Peter Hackmeister
Salem, Massachusetts — Santa Claus is one of the most important figures in a child’s life. But what happens when children start to question the reality of Santa’s existence? Should parents delay this process or confront it head on?
This classic problem of child rearing is discussed in author Peter Hackmeister’s new Kindle short story “The Spirit of Santa–How to talk to your children when they stop believing.”
“The Spirit of Santa” gives both older children and parents a wise framework for understanding Santa and the true meaning of Christmas in mature terms. “Just because you are no longer a small child doesn’t mean Christmas and Santa should be any less magical,” said Peter Hackmeister.
The text helps parents carefully explain how belief in Santa can transition into a fuller understanding of the deep meaning and importance of the holiday tradition.
Hackmeister wrote the story after experiencing similar experiences with his own three children. “Everyone who has watched their child mature knows that day eventually comes when their friends let your child in on the ‘truth’ about Santa. You hate to see their joy in Santa disappear. So I wrote this to help parents make that important transition”, Hackmeister said.
“The Spirit of Santa” is available for immediate download in Amazon’s Kindle area.
Click here – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AP84JMM
The story can be downloaded for FREE through Thursday December 20, 2012.
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Hackmeister is a serial entrepreneur and an inventor with three patents. He developed the original patent on what is now known as streaming video.
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