To Help Kids Navigate World of COVID-19, KoP Author Pens Pandemic Christmas Book

King of Prussia author Michael Sheinbaum has penned a new pandemic Christmas book to help kids navigate unknowns imposed on their world by COVID-19. Image via Montgomery Media.

King of Prussia author and storyteller Michael Sheinbaum has penned a new pandemic Christmas book, “The Elves Indoors,” to help kids navigate the unknowns imposed on their world by COVID-19, writes M. English for the Montgomery Media.

The Elves Indoors is available at

Sheinbaum is also a professional stand-in for Santa whose wife, Renate, is a professional Mrs. Clause.

With plenty of Christmassy experience, he decided to write the holiday-themed book to show “the importance of creativity, family, and staying active during times of adversity.”

“The Elves Indoors…a quarantine Christmas tale,” which was illustrated by Leah Stoogenke, is currently available at Amazon for $7.95.

The author plans to share proceeds with Get Us PPE nonprofit that is dedicated to supplying personal protective equipment to healthcare workers.

The story plays out in the wake of a huge storm that ends up burying the North Pole and closing Santa’s shop. Stuck at home without their usual tools, the elves manage to find a new way to create toys thanks to “the ingenuity of a young elf and a friendly baby seal.”

Read more about The Elves Indoors at the Montgomery Media by clicking here.

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