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Santa Claus Kicks Off Christmas in July
Have you seen the calendar lately? Do you know what's coming in less than 6 months? Santa wants to give you a leg up on all those Christmas presents you will need to buy. It's a celebration of Christmas in July!
By: North Pole Press
Mrs, Claus, who is the illustrator for the books will also be attending the events and will personalize and sign the books to each happy boy or girl. She has illustrated six children's books in the Santa's Elf Series and a young adult novel entitled The Faces of Krampus.
This author/illustrator combo who doubles as Santa and Mrs. Claus will be making two public appearances in East Tennessee. The first will be in Maryville at the Gentry Mercantile store in Foothills Mall. They will be there Friday and Saturday, July 6 and 7, from 10 am to 4 pm on Friday, and 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday.
The second exhibition will take place at the favorite Christmas and Candles at the Apple Barn store in Sevierville. They will be there on July 13 and 14, from 10:30 am until 2 pm on both Friday and Saturday. Both stores feature Christmas unique Christmas decorations, including many unusual and one-of-a-kind items.
These are the only two public appearances until Santa and Mrs. Claus appear in Myrtle Beach, SC in August followed by their whirlwind tour of VA, NC, and SC in October and November. Also known as Joe and Mary Moore, this nationally-known couple has appeared in numerous television interviews, and Joe has been featured on Good Morning America, Fox News, Nickelodeon, USA Today, Disney, and more.
The North Pole Press is a publishing company in East Tennessee that features the books of favorite author Joe Moore and publishes his current catalog of 14 titles. These include his Santa's Elf Series, Santa Claus Trilogy, Return of the Birds and his latest novel The Faces of Krampus. All books feature worldwide distribution and are available on dozens of digital platforms and through independent and chain bookstores. For more information visit http://thenorthpolepress.com.