By Amelie Fairweather, Junior Reporter
Sarah Tallen was a girl that didn’t believe in Santa. All her life, she had suspected Santa to be the parents, that there was no pudgy man with a white beard and red clothes. Until one year, when she didn’t get any presents.
Sarah asked her mom and dad why there were no gifts for her under the tree, and they told her it was because she wasn’t believing in Santa. “Santa only delivers presents if you believe,” her mom said. Sally frowned. She took out a piece of paper and wrote a letter apologizing to Santa.
And when she came downstairs her presents had reappeared. That is the power of imagination and belief.