Oh what a busy time of year! Along with a friend, your child takes the time to write a special Christmas list and imagine that they personally deliver it to Mr. and Mrs. Claus. One of the wishes is that Rudolph could visit your hometown. Another includes having all the children get a ride with Santa in the sleigh. Of course the story allows these dreams to become reality but the most important wish of all is one that they can wish for all year round!
Join in on all of the fun and excitement that a Parade brings to your city. In this adventure, your child is asked to lead the parade with the Mayor of your town in a shiny red fire truck.
After being flown by helicopter over the parade route, your child leads marching bands, prancing horses, dancing bears, jugglers, and all kinds of other attractions right down Main Street in your town. At the end of the book there is a little game to unscramble letters and reveal the names of some of the characters your child read about.
Your child flies off on a magical adventure with an enchanted swan, an elf, and a beautiful princess. While reading this curious book, something wonderful happens...”Strawberry, blueberry, and raspberry pie, Come fly with us through the magical sky"...That is what the princess and shining, silver swan says to your child after magically coming to life right out of the pages of the book. Together, they ride upon the swan through the forest and into the clouds in search of a friend, Twinkle the Elf. This is an adventure they will never forget!
In this thrilling soccer adventure, your child will experience the highs and lows of sports play! As your child lay in bed dreaming about tomorrow’s big game, it is known that it will be one of the most important games he or she will ever play.
A scout from America’s national team will be there to watch and perhaps select players to represent America. During the game the next day, your child has stellar play and is actually selected. At the championship, although nervous in front of the large crowd and TV cameras, your child, along with help from the team-mates, scores for a tie goal. During the final three minutes of the game, the crowd is silent and time seems to stand still...just before your child kicks the winning score!