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Elf on the Shelf in Spanish!

You have probably heard about Elf on the Shelf, but did you know that there’s Elf on the Shelf in Spanish?!a? I was so excited when I heard about this! Sometimes I find myself reading books in English to my son and translating as I go along if I can’t find the book in Spanish, but now that I know Elf on the Shelf is available in Spanish, it’s a tradition I look forward to bringing to our home this holiday season.

Elf on the Shelf in Spanish

I learned about Elf on the Shelf last year, when I met one of its founders, Christa Pitts, at an event where she was sharing her story and all about Elf on the Shelf birthday.   I love the Elf on the Shelf story: It’s a family-owned business. Christa’s sister,  Chanda Bell and her mom, Carol Aebersold, wrote the book and fought to get it published. When no publishing company would take it, they went ahead and self-published (a minimum order of 5,000 books). They invited their friends and family to learn about Elf on the Shelf and then VOILA! A store picked up the book and the rest, of course, is history. Today Elf on the Shelf is a holiday phenomenon (that no doubt fills your Facebook feed during the holidays!)

Elf on the Shelf-inside


I’m thrilled to be giving away three Elf on the Shelf kits: a girl kit in Spanish, a girl kit in English and a boy kit in English.

Enter via Rafflecopter below! ** Please leave a comment stating which Elf on the Shelf you would like to win (if you have a preference).

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Giveaway ends 11/23 at 12:00 AM.

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Diana Limongi
Diana a mom, activist, nonprofit professional, podcaster and writer from Queens, NY. She writes about motherhood, activism, raising my multilingual kids, culture and travel. She and her multicultural family live in Queens, NY.


  1. Hi! I would love to win the girl kit in spanish! I am Expecting a girl and I am looking forward to teach her español at home. 🙂
    God bless!

  2. Would love the spanish kit for a boy. He is trilingual and Spanish is his weakest language, this should be fun and encouraging 🙂

  3. I would love the Spanish kit! My son is being raised bilingual and this is a great tradition i would love to start.

  4. Wow! We just got the Latina elf and having the book in Spanish would be perfect! Our family is bilingual Spanish and we are trying to figure out her name in Spanish!

  5. I was so excited to see that their is an Elf on the Shelf in Spanish. I bought the girl Elf and we named her Canela. My Granddaughter loves her!

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