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Briana FioreHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Heath Fimmano, 4 and Tex Freebairn, 4 excitedly post their letters to Santa. Picture Briana Fiore.
Camera IconHeath Fimmano, 4 and Tex Freebairn, 4 excitedly post their letters to Santa. Picture Briana Fiore.

There’s an express letter box headed straight for the North Pole for anyone who still needs to send their letters off to Santa.

Bright-eyed children at the Harvey Library have been buzzing with excitement at the chance to send their wish lists off to the big man in red ahead of Christmas.

Librarian Ruth Campbell-Hicks said she even had a special arrangement with Santa where he would reply to all the letters posted in the Harvey Library Santa mailbox via Australia Post.

The curious children also participated in the weekly story time on Wednesday where they read books together and did Christmas themed arts and crafts to get into the Christmas spirit.

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“This helps the children improve their social skills as well as their language and literacy skills,” Ms Campbell-Hicks said.

However Ms Campbell-Hicks motto is mainly to just have fun.

Other activities include songs, finger play, LEGO sessions and social time for children four years and under.

The last day to post letters to Santa is December 19, to ensure there is enough time for them to get to the North Pole.

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