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She is beloved by millions as the helpmate of Good St. Nick, but according to legend, "Mrs. Santa Claus" seldom ventures away from her cozy home at the North Pole. Seeing to the needs of her hus- band's elf-employees and making sure the reindeer and other live- stock are fed keep Mrs. Claus very busy--and she's been known to lend a hand when time gets tight, helping to make toys and reading letters from girls and boys. One of Mrs. Claus' most important tasks is to get Santa to "pace himself"--taking some time off after his world-wide tour on Christmas Eve before starting in on the next year's work. If it weren't for her influence, Santa might sleep a few hours and then get right back to his workbench on December 26! But she insists that both Santa and the elves rest between Christmas and New Year's. To help her beloved crew prepare for another big year of work, Mrs. Claus prepares special meals, arranges for games and fun contests (including the renowned "reindeer games", and tucks everyone in early each night for a full week. Then on January 2nd, the North Pole crew is rested, relaxed, and ready for another year of work!
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