When Santa's reindeer, Ozzy, heads Down Under, he makes new friends and learns not to judge a book by its cover!
In this illustrated story, Ozzy is one of Santa’s reindeer in training and he can’t wait to join the other reindeer on Santa’s sleigh delivering presents and joy to the children of the world.
In discussions with the more experienced reindeer he is intrigued to discover that Australia is one of the very few countries that do not have a “White Christmas”.
Being a young reindeer who questions everything Ozzy becomes very curious as to why there is no snow and that Christmas falls in a Summer season.
To satisfy his curiosity Santa allows Ozzy to take a trip to Australia to learn about a Summer Christmas and Australian culture.
Santa provides Ozzy with a magic camera to record his memories of what he discovers “down under” and also the Aussie friends that he meets on this wonderful journey.
Hannah lives in Sydney with her parents Shae and Max. She plays guitar and is a creative artist in transferring her thoughts and ideas onto ceramic plates and vases usually with an "Aussie" theme. Horses in particular are a pet love of Hannah so she rides every weekend and 18 months ago completed her 2nd Dan black belt grading in Tae Kwan Do. Animals are a big part of Hannah's life as she works three days a week as a vet assistant at a local veterinary hospital in the Hills District. Hannah is also passionate about the protection and preservation of endangered wild life." Hannah has a kind nature and will make donations through the sale of "Ozzy" to support charities that provide food, accommodation and medication to the starving children and families in Africa. Societies that protect and save our endangered wild life will also benefit through the sales of "Ozzy." Hannah is a wonderful Auntie and adores her two nieces Anastasia and Aurora with whom she has a special relationship. To see what Hannah has achieved in her short life and now to read her stories is a wonderful testament to what can be achieved given half a chance. We hope that Hannah's life story and her magical stories and illustrations are an inspiration to other families who are impacted by children with Asperger syndrome and that there is hope and some light at the end of at times what can appear to be a very dark long tunnel.