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My Christmas Wish Personalized Children's Book

Price$14.95
Item Codecab520
Version:
(Version Examples Shown Below)
Gender:
Age:
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
Hometown:
(No State)
Friend:
Friend 2:
Friend 3:
Friend 4:
Dedication:
From:
(Mommy & Daddy, Grandpa & Grandma, Uncle John, etc.)
Date of Gift:
(May 5, 2017, Christmas 2017, July 2017, 2017, etc.)


Stock Level: 21
Quantity
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This My Christmas Wish personalized children's book lets your child journey to the North Pole and, while helping Santa deliver toys to the children of the world, he or she realizes the special pleasure that comes from giving to others.

What's a Create-A-Book? Each book in our Create-A-Book Collection is fully personalized with important information about your child including child's full name and age, friends' names, hometown and more! Our durable construction features wipe-clean hard covers, laser-print pages and full-color illustrations (except where otherwise noted) which serve to create lifetime keepsakes.
Note:
Read part of the STANDARD story (Personalized information is indicated by parentheses.)
  • (Child) had a very special wish for the holidays. This Christmas, (she) wanted to be Santa's helper. "Would he come pick me up? Would he come all the way to (Hometown)?" (she) asked (Friends).
  • (Child) knew that Santa Claus worked very hard all year to get Christmas gifts ready for the boys and girls all over the world. Yet (Child) hoped that Santa would also have time to grant (her) a Christmas wish.
  • After decorating some Christmas stationery, (Friends) eagerly helped (Child) compose a letter. "Dear Santa, I would love to be your helper this year. This is my special Christmas Wish."
  • Mrs. Claus was baking cookies for Santa and the elves when the letter from (Child) arrived. They were all tickled with the request from (Child). Santa would personally fly his reindeer and sleigh to get (Child) in (Hometown).
  • Santa decided not to delay this trip another minute. His elves raced to the stables to get the reindeer and Christmas sleigh ready. Then Santa headed south for (Child) as fast as he could.
  • It appeared that the whole town had come out to greet jolly old Santa, almost everyone in (Hometown). They all thought (Child) was very fortunate, indeed, to be going to the North Pole with Santa Claus.
  • (Child) jumped into the sleigh. When Santa handed (her) the reins, (Child) was so excited that (she) almost forgot to wave goodbye to (Friends). One flick of the wrist and they were off to the North Pole...

Read part of the CHRISTIAN story (Personalized information is indicated by parentheses.)
  • (Child) was very excited. When (he) saw the brightly lit trees and pretty decorations, (he) knew it was almost Christmas, the day children around the world celebrate the birth of Jesus.
  • (Child) anxiously looked forward to Christmas. (He) knew that Christmas was the time when Santa Claus visited children around the world with a sleigh full of gifts. This Christmas, (Child) had a very special Christmas wish.
  • (Child) decided to write a letter to tell Santa of (his) special Christmas wish. After finding some Christmas stationery, (Friends) eagerly helped (Child) compose (his) letter. "Dear Santa, I would love to be your helper this year. This is my special Christmas Wish."
  • Mrs. Claus was baking cookies for Santa and the elves when the letter from (Child) arrived. They were all tickled with (his) unique request. Santa decided to fly his reindeer sleigh to pick up (Child) in (Hometown).
  • Santa wanted to go right away. His elves raced to the stables to get the reindeer and Christmas sleigh ready. As they worked, they talked about all the Christmas decorations at the North Pole and how some of them, especially the manger scene, made them think of the very first Christmas long ago.
  • It appeared that the whole town had come out to greet jolly old Santa, almost everyone in (Hometown). They all thought (Child) was very fortunate, indeed, to be going to the North Pole with Santa Claus.
  • (Child) jumped into the sleigh. As Santa handed (him) the reins, he told (Child) how happy he was to be taking (him) to the North Pole, and how anxious the elves were to meet (him)...
Product Details
Binding
Hardcover
Size
6.75" x 8.25"
Pages
36
Format
Full-Color Pictures & Laser-Printed Text
Made in
Proudly Made in the U.S.A.
Average Customer Rating: 5 based on 1 reviews. Write a review.

 
Jennifer (Guest)
A story that stands the test of time!
My parents bought this book for me for my first Christmas. I still read it every year (I'm 24 now). I am so happy to see it is still in print and hope to make a copy for my first child when I have one. I highly recommend this book. It's still just as great now as it was when I was a child. A classic!