Perhaps the only thing that kids love more than hearing stories is being the hero of their own stories. The five year-old dreams of being a pirate; his little sister imagines herself riding a dolphin across the waves. Whatever the child’s fantasy world, imagine those stories put on the page, spun out in a book written just for them, starring them as they sail with the pirates and swim with the sea creatures in bright illustrations.
No matter what the child’s interests, there is a story. A girl’s favorite toys come to life on the page and take her on a wild adventure; a tractor-loving boy receives a book of fantasy tractors, including the moon crater excavator and the miniature ant-operated hole digger for antholes. The possibilities are as endless as a child’s imagination.
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