Golfing with Santa – a child’s adventure

Did you ever wonder what it would be like to play your favorite sport with Santa at the North Pole? Well Andrew got to do just that! See, Andrew loves golf. It just so happened that it was snowing pretty hard one Christmas Eve when suddenly who should appear? You guessed it. Andrew couldn’t believe his eyes, and that was only the beginning. https://www.amazon.com/Adventures-Andrew-Golf-Course-Book/dp/1537450476/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1481587830&sr=1-1&keywords=rod+ragsdale

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The Adventures of Andrew on the Golf Course series is written by Rod Ragsdale and illustrated by Carol Dabney.

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Rod on the golf course, just before making a snowman. Here is where the wheels began turning for his fourth book – Golfing with Santa.

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The books starts with Andrew helping his dad shovel snow around the golf course country club. awe…work. Nothing like it to get a person day dreaming about what he or she would rather be doing.

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I mean really what if..

Rod Ragsdale and Carol Dabney tour libraries and schools singing and sharing their stories. Children love putting the golf ball inside the library. Rod demonstrates and the kids love it!

next program open to the public. free family fun at the Clinton Children’s library on 10th street in Little Rock, Arkansas. Sing some Christmas carols and hear a few of Rod and Carol’s Christmas stories. Maybe golf a bit. You may even purchase an autographed book for your child. Monday December 19 beginning at 11am.

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