My Christmas Wish
In this story your child visits the North
Pole and delivers a very special gift to Santa Claus. Here is
Your child prepares for Christmas and comes up with the great idea of making "My
Christmas Wish" list with his/her friends
He or She pretends to go with her friends to the North Pole to see how Santa and
Mrs. Claus get ready for Christmas
Your child's specific wishes include:
Sharing cookies with elves
Having a ride with Santa
All children having turns flying around with Santa
Seeing where Santa and Mrs. Claus lived
Having their name on Santa's list of children who had been good
One last big wish for "peace on Earth and good will to all the children of the
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2 sample page illustrations.
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My Christmas Wish - Detailed Story
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- Page 1 - Book Title
- Page 2 - Picture Illustration
- Page 3 - "My Christmas Wish"
was created especially for Jessica Ann Smith at the age of 7,
Merry Christmas from Mommy and Daddy, December 25, 2012
- Page 4 - "Oh what a busy, busy time of
year. Christmas is coming, and I have so many things to do," said Jessica
to Amy, Janice and Brian, who had come to play. "I have gifts to make
and cookies to bake, but that's not all. We'll get a tall tree, hang stockings
three, four, or maybe more."
- Page 5 - Picture illustration
- Page 6 - Another picture illustration
- Page 7 - Later, Jessica, Amy, Janice
and Brian were talking about Santa Claus. They could picture Santa's jolly,
round face with his big smile that was nearly hidden by his long, white, bushy beards.
- Page 8 - "I have a great idea,"
said Jessica. "Let's get our crayons and pencils and each make a list
and call it "My Christmas Wish." This list will be special. We'll
pretend we can go to the North Pole and see how Santa and Mrs. Claus get ready for
- Page 9 - Picture illustration
- Page 10 - Another picture illustration
- Page 11 - All of the elves work so hard
in Santa's toy shop, that Mrs. Claus bakes them lots of cookies for snacks. Some
have red icing, some chocolate, and some green. "Ummm, I really like
cookies," said Jessica, "I wish I could be there to share some with the
- Page 12 - Running here, running
there...Santa's elves are very busy. "I wish I could be there to help feed the
reindeer and polish all the brass bells," said Amy.
- Page 13 - Picture illustration
- Page 14 - Another picture illustration
- Page 15 - Jessica thought of another
wish. "I wish Santa could bring Rudolph to Atlanta. It would make
the whole town happy."
- Page 16 - "I just thought of a bigger
wish," said Jessica. "I wish Santa Claus would come with ALL his
reindeer and take me for a ride. Up, up, and away we would fly. I would wear a
green suit to match the color of Santa's green sleigh. As I fly by, I might even
shake a bell or two myself."
- Page 17 - Picture illustration
- Page 18 - Another picture illustration
- Page 19 - "Well, I have a bigger,
bigger, BIGGER wish," cried Amy. "I can't write it down, it is so
BIG. I wish all the children in Atlanta, could take turns flying around with Santa
Claus. I can just see the BIG smiles."
- Page 20 - Jessica, Amy, Janice and Brian
were enjoying this pretend game very much. They started wishing they could go to see
where Santa and Mrs. Claus lived. They had been told that the walkway to the front
door was lined with candy canes!
- Page 20 - Picture illustration
- Page 21 - Another picture illustration
- Page 23 - All of a sudden, they found
themselves sitting at Santa's table. Santa was reading through his very long list of
names of children who had been very good. Jessica, Amy, Janice and Brian
hoped their names were on the list.
- Page 24 - "Welcome to our home, Jessica.
Would you and your friends like some cookies," asked Mrs. Claus.
"Santa and I will sing you some Christmas songs. How about Silent Night, or
Jingle Bells? Yes, Jingle bells," and they began to sing.
- Page 25 - Picture illustration
- Page 26 - Another Picture illustration
- Page 27 - The music could be heard in the
workshop where the elves were working very hard. One elf was painting some finishing
touches on the roof of a doll house. "I wonder if one of the elves made that
little doll," said Jessica, "I would like to have that as a gift for
- Page 28 - Jessica saw an elf pick up a
colorful book telling about the real meaning of Christmas. She thought it seemed
like a good idea to add the book to her Wish list.
- Page 29 - Picture illustration
- Page 30 - Another picture illustration
- Page 31 - "This has been a very exciting
adventure to visit Santa and Mrs. Claus and to see how hard all the elves work to get
ready for Christmas," said Jessica.
- Page 32 - As Jessica, Amy, Janice and
Brian watched Santa load his sleigh, they realized that it was time to say good-bye.
"Before we go," said Jessica, "we have just one last
- Page 33 - Picture illustration
- Page 34 - Another picture illustration
- Page 35 - "Peace on Earth and
Good Will to all the Children of the World." December 25, 2012
The Story of Christmas