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Picture Me at the First Christmas (Inspirational Picture Me Ser)

by Dandi Daley Mackall

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Picture Me TM Cute As Can Bee, Picture Me TM Grown-up, Picture Me TM with my Grandma, Picture Me TM on Santa's Knee. Through these innovative, interactive and entertaining books, children see themselves accomplishing great feats and having magical adventures. Simply insert the child's photo into the book, and the child is in the middle of the action on each page.Through the creative role-play in each Picture Me TM Book, children can learn important lessons about life, social interaction and self-esteem -- all contributing factors to a higher IQ.Picture Me TM Books have earned their reputation as high-quality educational products that encourage children under the age of seven to learn to read. Our award-winning, patented products inspire the imaginations of young children like no other books can. New titles this year, including Picture Me TM as Mom's Little Helper, Picture Me TM as Dad's Little Helper and Picture Me TM Cuddly as a Bunny provide children with even more imaginative role-play fun.It's the most blessed event of all time and the child is there with Jesus, the wise men, and all the animals to share in the magic of the birth of Christ as an active participant.… (more)
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Picture Me TM Cute As Can Bee, Picture Me TM Grown-up, Picture Me TM with my Grandma, Picture Me TM on Santa's Knee. Through these innovative, interactive and entertaining books, children see themselves accomplishing great feats and having magical adventures. Simply insert the child's photo into the book, and the child is in the middle of the action on each page.Through the creative role-play in each Picture Me TM Book, children can learn important lessons about life, social interaction and self-esteem -- all contributing factors to a higher IQ.Picture Me TM Books have earned their reputation as high-quality educational products that encourage children under the age of seven to learn to read. Our award-winning, patented products inspire the imaginations of young children like no other books can. New titles this year, including Picture Me TM as Mom's Little Helper, Picture Me TM as Dad's Little Helper and Picture Me TM Cuddly as a Bunny provide children with even more imaginative role-play fun.It's the most blessed event of all time and the child is there with Jesus, the wise men, and all the animals to share in the magic of the birth of Christ as an active participant.

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The narrator imagines his/her self at the first Christmas.
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