On behalf of Santa, The Sheet received several letters which we promptly forwarded to the North Pole. Santa would like to thank all of the obviously good boys and girls for taking the time to write him.
This year, Minky Monkey and the Booky Joint have offered four $25 gift certificates to randomly selected winners, who include:
$25 to the Mannings at Minky Monkey Toys. That frees up $25 which their parents may wish to put towards their insurance policy if Santa grants the B.B. gun request.
$25 to Lucy Jacoby at the Booky Joint, seeing as she has an artistic flair.
$25 to Eric from Ms. Burgenbauch’s class. You’re gonna miss mom doing the dishes when you get older. We’ll send you to Minky Monkey because they’ve got Legos.
$25 to Naomy from Ms. Underkoffler’s class. Can’t understand a word you wrote but we like your pretty name. We’ll send you to the Booky Joint.
The first letters which appear here are those which were sent directly to The Sheet’s mailbox. The rest are from Ms. Burgenbauch’s class and Ms. Underkoffler’s class at Mammoth Elementary. Due to space considerations, we could not fit all the letters this week. If we receive further letters, and can clear the space, we’ll print the rest next week.
Thanks to all the kids for their Christmas spirit.
Without further ado …
I hope I’m on your nice list. I really want a phone for Christmas because almost all my friends have one. If you could bring me a phone I would be so happy.
And thank you for the [Nintendo] DSI. I lost my charger but I still take care of it. So if you brought me a phone I would love it.
Thank you so much,
Sienna Manning, 9
I am so happy I moved to Mammoth. I live in the snow like you. I would like play tools. And an iPad 2.
What I want for Christmas is a B.B. gun.
P.S. I love you. How are you doing? How are your elves doing?
I love you and I miss you. I have been a very good girl this year. For Christmas I would like a flute and a guitar.
Lucy Jacoby, 3
These next letters are courtesy of Mrs. Burgenbauch’s class.
How are your elves and reindeer? For Christmas could I please get 50 G.I. Joe sheriffs from the Wild West and 50 G.I. Joe bandits also from the Wild West? I try my best in school. I always do all my homework on Tuesday night. I’ve done everything that my parents say.
Ho, Ho, Ho! How are you? Can I please, please have a Zhorse?
I made my bed two times. I tried to be a bucket-filler all year. I got to school on time on four days.
You are my best friend. Can I please have all of the Lego Star Wars guys?
I was going to do the dishes but my mom wouldn’t let me. I helped my little sister get dressed. I played Legos with my big brother.
You are nice to kids. I will like to have a Pairpod please Santa. I help my mom clean houses. I help my dad at Salsa’s. I help my sister shopping and help her carry the food.
Melanie G, 7
How are you and how are your reindeer? Please give me game called “Dance Central” for X-Box 360. I have been nice. I do my homework. I pick up all the trash from my room. I am nice to my mom and dad.
These next letters are courtesy of Emily Underkoffler’s 2nd Grade Dual Immersion class.
Querido papa Noel,
Yo mi llamo Naomy yo te quiero como estas? Porque tu eres hueno con todos? Los ninos parquet to quieres a todos los ninos? Como vuelan los renos? Son bien los duendes traba gadres? Como vais al rederdor del mundo? Tue res bueno conlos ninos?
Querido Papa Noel,
Como vuelanlos venos? Son Buenos trabagadores sus Juedjes? Tutrabajo es bueno?
Querido Papa Noel,
Noel como vuela los renos? Son Buenos trabajaderes sus duendos? Como vas al rededor del mundo? Me gustah los regalas que asen tusduemos?
Querido papa Noel,
Como estas? Yo me llamo Daisy. Como vuelan tus renos? Son buenos trabajadores tus duendes? Como vas alrededor del mundo? Tus renos y tu son amables y trabajadores.