Creating Holiday Memories for Generations
A holiday tradition since 1985, these adorable elves “pop in” to visit special boys and girls throughout the holiday season. Christopher Pop-In-Kins, his sister Christina Marie, and Mittens the Pop-In-Kins Cat love to play hide-and-seek, share in family celebrations, and create childhood memories that will last a lifetime.
“This is one of the BEST Christmas toys I have seen in ages.
It provides great family interaction and encourages new holiday traditions!The toy with story A+++” -iParenting Media Award
with “Christopher Pop-In-Kins Pops In” Storybook
Christopher “pops in” for a holiday visit from late November through Christmas Eve. Before Santa packs his sleigh, Christopher must return to the North Pole with a report on his young friends and holiday adventures in The Children’s World.
In his story “Christopher Pop-In-Kins Pops In”, Christopher longs to visit boys and girls during the holiday season. But no elf has ever been to the Children’s World. After much consideration, Santa grants Christopher’s wish and the Elf Fun begins.
Introduce your children to Christopher Pop-In-Kins, the classic Christmas tradition for families around the world for over three decades.
Christina Marie Pop-In-Kins and Mittens
with “Christina Marie and the Little Tree” Storybook
Christina Marie and Mittens the Pop-In-Kins Cat “pop in” with the lighting of the family Christmas tree and stay until the end of the holiday season. She encourages children to discover the very best within themselves through sharing and acts of kindness.
In her own story “Christina Marie and the Little Tree”, Christina Marie and her cat Mittens save the life of a little tree through kindness, friendship and dedication. In return, they learn what it truly means to be the very best.
“Christina Marie and the Little Tree” is proud to be the recipient of Creative Child’s Magazine 2004 Holiday Book of the Year
What families are saying about Pop-In-Kins
“We have one of the original Christophers and…we used it for all of our grandchildren. Most of the grandchildren are grown but Christopher still appears each year and the “big kids” look for him. Now it is time to get one for each of the 18 grandchildren… Such memories and memories are the only thing that lasts forever. ” — A.B. Hartville, OH
“I purchased my elf in 1988 and my young children absolutely loved him…You have given such joy to so many parents and children.” — B.T., South Portland, OR
“My husband has told me about him for years! I am so glad…starting the same tradition of Christopher that he enjoyed as a child, with our daughter. I know they will cherish Christopher together!” — J.S. from Oklahoma City, OK