What would you do if you got to visit the North Pole?
“When I went for a walk, the blizzard picked me up. It picked me up and brought me to the North Pole.”
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Serenity Bertholf, second-grade, North Omak Elementary
North Pole? It’s great for ice skating
Angelita Valdovinos, second-grade, Bridgeport Elementary
Santa Claus and a snowman greet visitors to the North Pole.
Let it snow — then make a snowman
Peyton Jenkins, first-grade, North Omak Elementary
At the North Pole, ice skating is a popular thing to do.
The reindeer get food during visit
Santa would get some help making the toys
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Ahh, the list ... and all those toys
Kamieki Pakootas, first-grade, Virginia Grainger Elementary
“I would ask Santa Claus if I can ride a reindeer.”
Ridin’ reindeer: It’s the thing to do at the North Pole
The North Pole’s all about playing
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Hangin’ out with Santa is the thing to do
Arctic animals, other pursuits are popular
Iliyah Barajas-Arroya, kindergarten, Virginia Grainger Elementary
“I would visit Santa.”
Puttin’ On the Ritz
Happy like a pig in the mud
Aiyana Gunn, second-grade, North Omak Elementary
A star quarterback would make an acceptable Christmas present.
All I want for Christmas is a Seahawk
Brielle Terrazas, second-grade, Bridgeport Elementary School
Christmas trees and candy canes await North Pole visitors.
Trip includes a visit to the treat shop
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Evan falls in a hole, helps out with sleigh
Aspen Todd, fourth-grade, East Omak Elementary
When I woke up the next morning, I was in the North Pole.
My incredible journey to the North Pole
Lynda Dietrich, fourth-grade, East Omak Elementary
The reindeer, with cookies, was waiting for Santa to come and find him.
Oh, no! A reindeer is lost on the South Pole
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Salarka Sanches, kindergarten, Virginia Grainger Elementary
I was flying to the North Pole, looking for answers to its magical mysteries.
Mysteries of the North
All the mountains have snow and the seals go underwater to swim.
There are seals and polar bears
Liliana Tixta, third-grade, Virginia Grainger Elementary
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When I visited the North Pole
A plea to Santa for special gifts
Macie Zacherle, second-grade, North Omak Elementary
Oh dear! We hit Santa with the airplane on the way to see him at the North Pole.
My trip to see Santa
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Cocoa, pie and a big battle with kidnappers
Hattie Buchert, third-grade, Tonasket Elementary School
Santa Claus leads an army to save the day at the North Pole.
Ella and Stella pilot the sleigh
Steele Rico, first-grade, Virginia Grainger Elementary
The penalty for breaking Mrs. Claus’ glass? Make a million toys by Christmas.
Elf: ‘I am big trouble’
Sandman gives kids Christmas dreams
Diana Aguilar, second-grade, Bridgeport Elementary
A visit to the North Pole includes mountain climbing, sledding and fishing. Aidon Garcia, second-grade, Bridgeport Elementary
Sandman helps restore Santa’s health.
My epic journey to the Arctic
The fun time at the North Pole
Remember the real reason for Christmas: It’s Jesus’s birthday!
Santa catches the reindeer thief
Bailey Canales, fourth-grade, East Omak Elementary
Santa put me on his big sleigh.
If I went to the North Pole
Teagan Brady, fourth-grade, Virginia Grainger Elementary
Santa heard a ruckus close to his reindeer barn — then they flew away!
What would happen if I went to see Santa
A poem about Santa’s hometown
Virgil Carson, fourth-grade, East Omak Elementary
I’d tell Santa about my busy life.
An avalanche hits Santa’s workshop
Jaqueline de la Cruz Lopez, second-grade, Brewster
All was well until an avalanche hit.
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That pesky Grinch is at it, again
Athena Bennett, fourth-grade, East Omak Elementary
They went down through the chimney and found all the presents.
A meeting with the reindeer keeper
Seasons Greetings from all of us at Valley Lanes
Regency at Omak
North Pole gallery
Elizabeth Bohorquez, second-grade, Brewster Elementary
Kendra Castrejon, third-grade, Tonasket Elementary
A magic hole let visitors travel to see Santa and his hundreds of elves.
A special trip to the North Pole Ezequiel A. Carrillo, second-grade, Virginia Grainger Elementary
Jesse Lopes, second-grade, Bridgeport Elementary
And to all, a good night! Miranda Escalera, second-grade, North Omak Elementary
Pepper Peterson, kindergarten Virginia Grainger Elementary
Ryder McIntosh, first-grade, Virginia Grainger Elementary
Lessly Apricio, second-grade, Brewster Elementary
Christmas stories, poems and art work from children in Okanogan and Ferry counties.