Fairy tales in childhood are stepping stones throughout life, leading the way through trouble and trial. The value of fairy tales lies not in a brief literary escape from reality, but in the gift of hope that goodness truly is more powerful than evil and that even the darkest reality can lead to a Happily Ever After. Do not take that gift of hope lightly. It has the power to conquer despair in the midst of sorrow, to light the darkness in the valleys of life, to whisper “One more time” in the face of failure. Hope is what gives life to dreams, making the fairy tale the reality. —L.R. Knost
Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his needs, is good for him. —Maya Angelou
We read to know we are not alone. —C.S. Lewis
My tea party
Your little girl gets to host her own tea party, all her friends come and she has lots of fun being all grown-up. This book is perfect for little girls who love to fantasy play and have tea with their friends or even with their dolls. 1-8 years.
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.