„Mission: Christmas tree“ is a comical pre-Christmas story. Every day, Sven provides us with inside facts from Santa Claus’s office by writing a short blog entry. You can use the story as an Advent calendar but you don't have to ...
Life is calm at the offices of ‘Santa & Sons.’ At the end of the year, however, things are getting hectic. Like all modern companies, even Santa’s had to catch up with the digitalization. The competent handling of the new media is a must for every member of staff.
Sven Elk, longtime employee and computer specialist at ‘Santa & Sons,’ uses his blog to comment on his everyday work life at the offices of the famous white-bearded gentleman who has such a soft spot for red designer coats. Shortly before Christmas, however, his boss sets him a special task. Sven soon finds himself confronted by an unexpected challenge that turns his blog into a countdown ...
This serial story takes the elkey out of the Christmas hubbub and increases the anticipation of the great final. This includes pre-Christmas stress as well as excessive (mulled) w(h)inig.
Like in a diary, we can follow Sven's trouble with his mission, the technology and the grouchy gnome colleagues, summed up in a few tweet-like sentences. Gradually, it adds up to an exciting and funny story.
For all those who like to leave buying presents until the last minute, who always thought elves and the company Christmas parties were suspicious but who nevertheless like their mulled wine, biscuits and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree.
•A big Christmas office picture puzzle with 24 hidden doors
•A choice of two different reading modes:
•Calendar mode: the respective doors can only be opened on the right date, thus keeping up the story suspense until the last day
•Book mode: all doors can immediately be opened to be read one after the other.
•With music and interactive illustrations
•Wallpaper motives of Sven Elk and his colleagues for free on www.illustrie.com
•News about Sven Elk and Co on facebook and twitter