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Find out just how Santa knows who has really been naughty or nice and enjoy hours of fun and excitement for the whole family. Every year, Santa sends a scout elf to each home to report on whether its little boys and girls have been naughty or nice. With this tradition-in-a-box activity kit, families will be able to search each day for Santa's secret helper. A game that builds anticipation for Christmas.
- This interactive holiday hide-and-seek tradition is perfect for children and families of all ages
- The tradition begins when Santa sends his scout elves out to Elf Adoption Centers, waiting for their families to bring them home
- These patient elves hibernate until their family reads The Elf on the Shelf, gives their elf a very special name and registers their adoption online
- Once named, each scout elf will receive its Christmas magic and become part of the family's Christmas each year
- At the start of the season, the elf appears and serves as Santa's eyes and ears and each night the elf travels back to the North Pole to report in to Santa
- Set includes a magical elf from the North Pole, children's story book, and a keepsake gift box
Energizer Max Batteries, premium alkaline AAA, 16 Pack - Made in the USA, and designed for long-lasting performance in the broadest range of device application. With no added mercury means Energizer Max is an environmentally responsible battery that can be disposed of with regular household trash. Great/reliable portable power that maximizes fun, productivity and safety.
- Designed for long-lasting performance in the broadest range of device application
- No added mercury means energizer max is an environmentally responsible battery that can be disposed of with regular household trash
- Reliable portable power that maximizes fun, productivity and safety
- Check model number/size before ordering replacement battery
$17.99Product DescriptionThis flashlight has bright white LED lights that deliver room-filling light. The 3-mode switch gives you the options of high, low, and nightlight, and the carrying handle and hanging clip make it easy to transport. It's flexible to operate on either AA or D batteries, and comes packed with three (3) Energizer Max batteries.Product Features
- 500 hour LED area light
- LED nightlight
- Detachable LED pocket light
- Requires 3 D batteries (included)
Starbucks started roasting coffee in 1971. And today, with more than 15,000 stores in 50 countries, they continually strive to bring both heritage and an exceptional experience to life with every cup.
Starbucks sources only the highest-quality arabica beans and roasts them to their exacting standards-perfected through 40 years of roasting experience. Making the perfect cup for every coffee lover is at the heart of the Starbucks philosophy. And now it’s even easier to re-create this experience at home. The world’s finest coffee has been specially ground and packaged for easy single-cup brewing. It’s the coffee you love from Starbucks, now designed for making a perfect cup in less than a minute.
K-CUP® COFFEE. Since Starbucks opened their very first store, they’ve welcomed coffee lovers with this signature expression of roasting style - wonderful balance, crisp acidity, nut and cocoa flavors, and a touch of sweetness from the roast.Learn More
This broom is made of multi-colored PET polymer fibers that consist of 80% recycled plastic bottles.This gives the broom a longer life and is environmentally friendly. It features a steel handle with a hanger hole. Broom fibers are 6.5" long.
Use this broom inside or outsideLearn More
American Farmer: The Heart of Our Country is an award winning book by Paul Mobley, Katrina Fried, Willard Scott and Michael Martin Murphey. It has been awarded the Wrangler Western Heritage, IPPY, and ROSE Award. This book was published in 2008 by Welcome Books and illustrates pictures taken by Paul Mobley of 300 farmers from 35 states. It discusses the farmers' generosity, hardships they face and the general lifestyle of a farmer in America.
- Photographs by Paul Mobley
- Text by Katrina Fried
- Preface by Willard Scott
- Introduction by Michael Martin Murphey
- Afterward by Paul Mobely
- Published by Welcome Books
- 272 pages, 10 1/4" x 13"
- Over 150 color photographs
About the Book:
When photographer Paul Mobley set out to capture the soul of our country's farm communities, he encountered an enduring rural culture that remains rooted in the principles of tradition, family, integrity and hard work. Traveling across the country from Tennessee to Montana, Mobley and his camera were welcomed time and again into the homes of over two hundred farm families, who graciously shared their personal histories and private thoughts, along with the fruits of their labor. Visit after visit, Mobley came to know the independent farmer's spirit from both behind the lens and across the dinner table.
The result is the first portrait collection of modern American farmers ever published to reach so deeply and gracefully into its subject. Images are accompanied by short and revealing first person narratives, told in the farmers' own words, that offer an intimate look inside the hardships and joys of a quickly disappearing way of life—one that once defined our national identity and now struggles to remain vital. From Walter Jackson, a 104-year-old Florida citrus farmer; to Patsy Fribley, a stockyard dealer from Montana; to Aaron Bell, a young 9th generation organic dairy farmer in Maine, Mobley's exquisite photographs reveal the true face of American farming and remind us what it means to live with simplicity, contentment, and decency in a world that so often forgets.
States included: Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming.Learn More
TM's cameras were allowed in the John Deere Waterloo Works Tractor Cab and Assembly Operations in Waterloo, Iowa for an exclusive look at how John Deere makes their 7000, 8000, and 9000 series tractors. They follow the manufacturing process starting with pre-assembly, then the new, multi-million dollar robotic paint installation, cab assembly, final assembly and testing. They show the tread being installed on a track tractor plus tractors working in the field using the latest technology and pulling the newest implements.
Plus exclusive archival footage showing how John Deere factories operated in the 30s, 60s and 90s.Learn More