The Food District and Easypeasy! Marketplace present the Storytime with Santa Box, a virtual live stream experience. 

Hang out with Santa for an hour of festive programming, including building and decorating a gingerbread home, story time session, and interacting with Santa. 

Your experience includes a special package delivered to your door from The North Pole, containing a gingerbread house decorating kit, hard cover story book from Penguin Random House, personalized letter from Santa Claus, plus hot chocolate from Chocollata Gourmet Brigadeiros and cookies from Big Fat Cookies

Each event will run for approximately 60 minutes with 25 maximum households attending per event for a more intimate experience. 


The Dates

Sunday, December 13th @ 6 PM – 7 PM*

Monday, December 21st @ 7 PM – 8 PM* | BOOK BY: December 19

Tuesday, December 22nd  @ 7 PM – 8PM* | BOOK BY: December 20

Wednesday, December 23rd @ 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM^ | BOOK BY: December 21

Wednesday, December 23rd @ 8 PM – 9 PM* | BOOK BY: December 21

* When Santa was a Baby   ^ Snow Falls (Younger Readers)

Reserve your experience


Contest Alert

Book your experience by Monday, December 7th at 11 AM for your chance to have your box personally delivered by Santa Claus himself! The winner will be announced Monday, December 7th in the evening by Easypeasy! Marketplace.


The Story Books

When Santa Was A Baby

When Santa Was A Baby

Written by Linda Bailey
Illustrated by Geneviève Godbout

Santa's parents think their little one is absolutely wonderful, even though he has a booming voice instead of a baby's gurgle, loves to stand in front of the refrigerator, gives his birthday presents away, trains his hamsters to pull a matchbox sleigh ... and has an unusual interest in chimneys. The adorably funny portrait of an oddball kid who fulfills his destiny - and two very proud parents.
 

Snow Falls

SNOW FALLS

Written by Kate Gardner
Illustrated by Brandon James Scott

Snow softens, snow tricks, snow tracks, snow glows and snow snows and snows and snows, transforming a small village into a winter wonderland. A girl and her dog set out and make the most of every snow-filled moment: sledding, building snowmen and snowforts, making snowangels (and snowdogs), and drinking cocoa by a cozy fire as the snow continues to fall.

NOTE: This event is for young readers and will only be read at the December 23rd 6:30 event.

 

Penguin Random House