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My Tea Party - A Personalized Story

In this book, your child enjoys a Tea Party with her friends, and also learns about manners!

  • The story is personalized with the child's details which you provide like name, age, hometown, names of friends, and of course your name, the person giving the book and the date you are giving it. This makes it a great keep sake.

  • We'll add a special message from you to the child like "Happy Birthday!" or similar, a no cost to you, if you request it on the order form.

A detailed story of this book is given below.  We guarantee satisfaction so there is no risk when you order our books.


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Price $19.95 Book #511   Hard Cover,  6 3/4" by 8 1/4", 32 pages,  for ages 3-9

From Erin: "I just wanted to send a note to your company.  When I ordered the books online I wasn't sure what to expect, and when I received them I was thrilled with them.  I loved the stories and the drawings.  I have showed them to everyone I have seen and plan to order more in the future.  Just wanted to let you know you had a satisfied customer...."  Read more testimonials

Please provide the following on the order form:-

  • Book number
  • Child's name
  • Child's age
  • Child's gender
  • Hometown
  • Names of up to 3 friends - girls only
  • Adult helping to plan the tea party e.g. Mom
  • Name of person giving the book
  • Dedication
  • Date the book is given

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My Tea Party - Detailed Story

As you read the story below substitute the underlined information with yours.  This is just a sample, your book will be made using the requested details above.

  • Page 1 - Book Title and illustrations
  • Page 2 - More illustrations ( 2 samples shown above this page)
  • Page 3 - My Tea Party, Hosted by Jessica Ann Smith at the age of 6, with love from, Mommy and Daddy, December 25, 2003
  • Page 4 - It was a nice, sunny afternoon.  Jessica smith of Atlanta sat on the porch swing listening to Mom tell the story of Queen Victoria's first tea party
  • Page 5 - Illustrations
  • Page 6 - More illustrations
  • Page 7 - "It was a beautiful afternoon just like today," Mom said.  "Anna, one of the Queen's ladies-in-waiting was instructed to serve tea and a little cake in her room.  The Queen enjoyed the delightful experience and instructed Anna to continue to bring tea and cake every afternoon."
  • Page 8 - As Jessica listened to Mom tell the story, she began to think she would like to have a tea party and invite Amy, Kelly and Angie.
  • Page 9 - Illustrations
  • Page 10 - More illustrations
  • Page 11 - "Mom, do you think that I could have a tea party just like Queen Victoria?"  " I think a tea party is a wonderful idea, Jessica," Mom said.  "I will help you plan your special tea party."
  • Page 12 - "Before you send out your invitations Jessica, we need to decide on when to have a tea party, and what you want to serve your guests,"  Mom said.  Jessica sat down at her table and began to think and write down what she could serve.
  • Page 13 - Illustrations
  • Page 14 - More illustrations
  • Page 15 - "I will have an afternoon Tea at two o'clock.  Should I serve tender biscuits hot from the oven with jam and butter, or English Muffins?"  Jessica asked.  "You mean scones and crumpets.  I am sure that we can serve both," Mom said.  "What would you like to drink?  There are many varieties of tea."  "I would like Raspberry tea, Cherry and Grape Ginger Ale and chocolate milk," replied Jessica
  • Page 16 - Finally, the big day arrived.  Amy, Kelly and Angie helped Jessica decorate the room with ribbon garlands and bows.
  • Page 17 - Illustrations
  • Page 18 - More illustrations
  • Page 19 - Amy helped set the table with china, glasses, and silverware.  The finishing touch was a beautiful spray of roses on the center of the table. 
  • Page 20- Mom entered the room with a very large box.  As she lifted the cover of the box, she said, "Before you can attend a tea party, you must be properly dressed."  Dresses, boas, tiaras, jewelry, shoes, gloves, and purses of all colors and styles filled the box.
  • Page 21 - Illustrations
  • Page 22 - More illustrations
  • Page 23 - "Oh, Jessica.  Look, you can be the princess," said KellyKelly placed the tiara on her head.  The girls began to dress up in their special clothes.
  • Page 24 - "Mom is going to show us how to make tea" said Jessica.  "First, you will need to boil the water in a kettle.  Be sure to use cold tap water, as it is fresher, and let it run for a minute.  One secret for a good tea is not to use warm water," Mom said
  • Page 25 - Illustrations
  • Page 26 - More illustrations
  • Page 27 - "Next, add hot water to the teapot until you are ready to pour in the boiling water.  This will keep the teapot warm and it will already be warm when you add the tea leaves.  Add 1 tablespoon of tea leaves in teapot.  Pour boiling water over tea leaves.  Allow brewing for 3 minutes.  This will allow the tea leaves to reach their full flavor and is considered the perfect brewing time."
  • Page 28 - "Jessica, would you, Amy, Kelly and Angie like to help me make the Watercress sandwiches?" asked MomMom gave them the recipe and all of the ingredients to make the sandwiches:  Use 1 small bunch of watercress, 6 slices white bread with crust removed.  Butter the insides of both slices of bread for each sandwich.
  • Page 29 - Illustrations
  • Page 30 - More illustrations
  • Page 31 - When all of the preparations for the afternoon tea were finished, Mom announced, "Tea is served.  But before you eat, be sure you know your manners."
  • Page 32 - Is the last page.  It has a list of table manners for Children:

Wash your hands before sitting down.

Leave toys, books, and pets behind.

When you sit down, place the napkin in your lap.

Sit up straight and don't slouch.

Ask politely for dishes to be passed.

Never reach across the table.

Wait until everyone is seated and served before starting to eat.

If grace is said, wait to eat until it is completed.

Don't giggle during grace.

Keep your elbows off the table.

Never chew with your mouth open.

Never talk with food in your mouth.

Use utensils quietly without banging them on the table or plate.

You should place your knife on the edge of the plate when not in use.

Slice butter from the butter dish and place it on your butter plate or other plate.

The butter knife should stay with the butter dish.

Never wave or throw utensils.

Keep your knife out of your mouth.

Never play with your food.

Never grab food from other's plates.

Ask politely for seconds if you want them.

Ask to be excused from the table.

Remember, good manners are important and make meals more enjoyable

You will be proud if you practice these rules at home.

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