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Ing up with itCan Santa’s arrival really change their life The Santa’s Gift is a short story written by Paromita Goswami who lives in central India so Indian culture attitudes and ways of speaking flow throughout the story It is about almost 11 year old know it all Toby who winds up learning some lessons about life He thinks his mother should make sure he has clean socks every day but she is overwhelmed with her job and household duties without the help of her maid She thinks Toby is old enough to take on some responsibilities himself so she stops washing the extra clothes he gets dirty When he starts to run out of clothes he wears shoes without socks to play ball and suffers the conseuences This short story is really two stories in one when a group of kids show up at the front door collecting donations for the needy After Toby puts together his donation and participates in the group’s Christmas activities he realizes the importance of caring about others including his mom He also learns that a small gift that doesn’t cost much can be meaningful and have value than the bigger gift he's been wanting all alongOpinion In a note at the end of The Santa’s Gift Paromita Goswami wrote that she wanted to write a story with a theme about pursuing happiness She wanted to show that parenting is not easy and that kids can be influenced in the most unexpected ways and by the smallest things I think she met her goal The Santa’s Gift is a serious but cheerful look into how all of us can take things for granted sometimes It’d be a good story for 8 12 year olds to read with their parents because it teaches the lesson that we appreciate what we have when we see other people’s needs and reach out to help them Reading about the disagreement that Toby is having with his mom could help parents and kids understand each other better because it shows the different ways people think about and react to the situations they face The story winds up reminding us how sometimes we don’t know as much about everything as we think we do Real life always has something to teach us and we should be as caring and helpful to the people in our own families as we are to friends acuaintances or needy people in our communitiesI received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Child Support their life The Santa’s Gift is a short story written by Paromita Goswami who lives in central India so Indian culture attitudes and ways of speaking flow 777 the Lost Blood throughout Know My Name the story It is about almost 11 year old know it all Toby who winds up learning some lessons about life He Abandoned Alice thinks his mother should make sure he has clean socks every day but she is overwhelmed with her job and household duties without Map My Heart the help of her maid She Scandal thinks Toby is old enough The Fashion Condition to Embellish Me take on some responsibilities himself so she stops washing The Snakehead the extra clothes he gets dirty When he starts Painting Beautiful Skin Tones with Color & Light to run out of clothes he wears shoes without socks The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy, to play ball and suffers Truly Wilde the conseuences This short story is really VEGAN ganz anders two stories in one when a group of kids show up at Albert Reynolds the front door collecting donations for An Infamous Army (Alastair, the needy After Toby puts Score! 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The Santas Gift

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What is the pursuit of happiness in the journey of parenting A short sweet story of a boy who learns to appreciate the blessings in life Author has captured the everyday dilemma of a mother to teach subtle values to her child tactfully The language and narration is flawless


5 thoughts on “The Santas Gift

  1. says:

    A short sweet story of a boy who learns to appreciate the blessings in life Author has captured the everyday dilemma of a mother to teach subtle values to her child tactfully The language and narration is flawless


  2. says:

    This review is from a 12 year old boy name Dhanak MitraHis review It was an emotional great story of a child who didn't take of his things One day when he visited the orphanage he realised the value of things I liked it and will recommend it to my friends


  3. says:

    The Santa’s Gift is a short story written by Paromita Goswami who lives in central India so Indian culture attitudes and ways of speaking flow throughout the story It is about almost 11 year old know it all Toby who winds up learning some lessons about life He thinks his mother should make sure he has clean socks every day but she is overwhelmed with her job and household duties without the help of her maid She thinks Toby is old enough to take on some responsibilities himself so she stops washing the extra clothes he gets dirty When he starts to run out of clothes he wears shoes without socks to play ball and suffers the conseuences This short story is really two stories in one when a group of kids show up at the front door collecting donations for the needy After Toby puts together his donation and participates in the group’s Christmas activities he realizes the importance of caring about others including his mom He also learns that a small gift that doesn’t cost much can be meaningful and have value than the bigger gift he's been wanting all alongOpinion In a note at the end of The Santa’s Gift Paromita Goswami wrote that she wanted to write a story with a theme about pursuing happiness She wanted to show that parenting is not easy and that kids can be influenced in the most unexpected ways and by the smallest things I think she met her goal The Santa’s Gift is a serious but cheerful look into how all of us can take things for granted sometimes It’d be a good story for 8 12 year olds to read with their parents because it teaches the lesson that we appreciate what we have when we see other people’s needs and reach out to help them Reading about the disagreement that Toby is having with his mom could help parents and kids understand each other better because it shows the different ways people think about and react to the situations they face The story winds up reminding us how sometimes we don’t know as much about everything as we think we do Real life always has something to teach us and we should be as caring and helpful to the people in our own families as we are to friends acuaintances or needy people in our communitiesI received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  4. says:

    A nice short read but with a useful and thoughtful tip on parenting I loved reading this book as a matter of fact i finished reading it within five minutes but was amazed how Paromita took a small idea on parenting and converted into such a mind blowing and thoughtful story Santa's gift is definitely a must read by both parents and children too


  5. says:

    A wonderful holiday read but enjoyable any time of the year


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