The night was Christmas Eve. Everyone was getting very excited for their special night up on Candy Cane Mountain.

‘We must wrap up very warm,’ said Mama Claus. ‘I think it’s going to be very cold tonight!’

‘Do you think I have enough warm clothes on?’ asked Ollie.

​‘Oh Ollie, you are so funny,’ said Emilie laughing. ‘You have so many clothes on, we can just about see you!’
‘Is everybody ready?’ asked Snowy coming in from the cold. ‘Candy Cane Mountain is ready for us, and all lit up.’

Santa and Mama Claus were first to the door, they were so excited.

‘Ho, Ho, Ho,’ said Santa as he opened the big wooden doors.

‘Oh it looks beautiful,’ said Mama, as she walked through the door. ‘Look at all the beautiful, glistening snow, it looks so pretty.’
Once a year as a special treat for Christmas, they would all go up to Candy Cane Mountain. It was such a magical night, with the mountain being lit up, with fairy lighted Christmas trees.

The mountain would fill with colour, the same as the different colours of their snow suits and sleds.

‘Oh Emilie, you look so pretty in pink,’ said Mama. ‘I love your Princess tiara engraved on your sled.’
‘This is so exciting!’ said Santa. On the count of three, all the sleds took of at an incredible speed.

‘Yippie!’ shouted an excited Ollie. Yet, as Ollie looked out of his little cookie windows, there was no one to be seen.

Ollie’s little cookie sled had driven off course...

Ollie wasn’t aware, that his little cookie house, had hit some ice and taken him off in a different direction.
‘I’ve won! I’ve won!’ shouted an excited Snowy as he reached the touch line.

‘I’m second!’ said Emilie, as she sparkled her way down the mountain.

‘Oh that was so much fun,’ said Santa, as he held hands with Mama and Rudolph passing the touch line together.

‘Where’s Ollie?’ asked Rudolph. ‘He must still be coming down the mountain.’
‘Ollie? Ollie where are you?’ Everyone was calling Ollie, at the top of their voices.

‘Mama, we have lost Ollie!’ said Emilie again. ‘He’s my best friend!’

‘Now don’t you worry,’ said Mama, ‘I’m sure he will turn up very soon.’

‘I’ve got a good idea,’ said Rudolph. ‘Why don’t we all go home and get the magical sleigh out?’
The brightest star had led them straight to Ollie’s house. It was the brightest star in all of the sky.

‘There’s Ollie’s cookie house, we’ve found him!’ said an excited Snowy.

Everyone blew a magical kiss to the diamond, and said a very big thank you.

‘Oh Ollie there you are. We have been so worried about you,’ said Mama Claus.
‘What’s that hole over there?’ asked Rudolph.

‘Well I did get a bit hungry...’ said Ollie. ‘And ate a bit of the cookie,’ laughed Ollie.

‘Can I stay out here tonight Mama, and sleep in my little house?’ asked Ollie. ‘It’s so much fun.’

‘Okay,’ laughed Mama. ‘But you must promise me one thing. You mustn’t eat any more of your cookie house before the morning.’
‘Come on!’ said Emilie. ‘Let’s go and fetch our sleds, I am so excited!’

Without them knowing, Rudolph had fetched all their sleds, and lined them all up at the top of the mountain.

‘Oh Rudolph you are so kind!’ said Emilie. ‘Always thinking of others.’

‘Thank you Rudolph,’ said everyone.
‘I think Ollie’s sled is the funniest one!’ said Emilie. Everybody laughed.

Ollie had designed his own sled, with his favourite Chunky Choc Cookie made into a little house sitting on the top. You couldn't even see Ollie sitting inside his little cookie house.

Each year they would all have a fun race. The winner would be crowned in the most sparkling, Candy Cane Crown.

‘Are you ready?’ asked Rudolph. ‘Let’s start the race!’
‘Where am I?’ whispered a frightened Ollie. ‘Where is everyone? Everything is so dark around here...’

Ollie’s sled slowly slid to a complete stop. All you could hear from the little cookie house, was the tiniest, little, frightened voice calling for help...
As they all turned around and waited for Ollie, he was nowhere to be seen.

‘Oh Mama, where could Ollie be?’ said an upset Emilie.

‘Ollie is the best elf in the whole wide world,’ said everyone. ‘We can’t lose Ollie!’

Everyone got out of their sleds and started to look for Ollie.
One, Two, Three of Rudolph's magical stomp, and within no time they were flying high into the sky.

‘Put your Magical Tiara on now Emilie,’ said Santa.

As Emilie placed her beautiful tiara on her golden hair, the sky lit up, with the most beautiful diamonds shining bright.

‘Look, look over there,’ said Rudolph.
‘There you are everyone, I am so relieved to see you all!’ said Ollie.

Ollie’s little house had settled in the most prettiest place.

‘Your house looks very cosy,’ said Santa. ‘It is all lit up inside.’

‘I know,’ said Ollie. ‘It’s my torch. It has made everything look so snug and cosy.’
‘Oh Ollie, I’m so pleased you're safe,’ said Emilie. ‘I will sleep in my Diamond Tiara tonight, so all the diamonds stay out and twinkle for you.’

‘Thank you so much Princess Emilie,’ said Ollie.

Ollie said his goodnights to everyone, and thanked them all for coming out to find him.

‘Sweet dreams and love you all,’ said a tired Ollie, rubbing his eyes.
‘See you tomorrow Ollie.’ said everyone. Night Night.