Is it possible that an otherwise generous Santa Claus could come to good children without any presents? If you place a stocking ten times the size of your own on the windowsill, will elves bring you more sweets? Is a mousetrap really the best way to catch an elf? How can you reassure Santa Claus, who is frantically afraid of children, from all his trials and tribulations with extraordinarily naughty children? Are rich families’ Christmases always rich, and those of poor families always poor? Reading Leelo Tungal’s humorous and genial Christmas stories provides children with answers to these and many other Christmas-related questions. The book contains six stories.