I love this time of year and all the fun holiday films that are released. They make for some great family time and family movie nights. We recently got this great DVD set from Anchor Bay featuring two titles, Santa Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake.
In The Santa Apprentice Santa doesn’t want to retire, but rules are rules and he must train someone to replace him. The lucky winner, to be chosen from among millions of children, must be named Nicholas, be an orphan and have a pure heart. On the other side of the planet, there is a little boy who is a perfect match, but his lack of self-confidence and fear of heights make him a poor contestant. Will Santa agree to step down, and help his apprentice take his place?
The Magic Snowflake (sequel to Santa’s Apprentice) – The new Santa is a seven year-old boy. Will his first Christmas on the job be a success? This time it’s official: Nicolas is the new Santa – a big job for someone who’s only seven years old. Two days before his first big night, Nicolas has to handle a major crisis: the magic of Christmas seems to be disappearing around the world and it looks like it’s Nicolas’s fault. Indeed, thinking he needed to act like an adult to meet his new responsibilities, Nicolas contracted the illness of those who want to grow up too fast: Grown-up-allosis. The Council of Retired Santas is forced to relieve him of his duties and appoint an experienced Santa who will be able to manage the delivery in time. To get his job back, Nicolas must regain the innocence, freshness and carefree attitude of his childhood.
This Anchor Bay DVD set is a great gift idea. Featuring two great holiday films that are full of holiday spirit. Put them in a stocking or add to a movie themed gift basket. We also love to bring holiday films through our Elf on the Shelf Sparkle. This title makes a great gift.
You can purchase this title on Amazon
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