Item description for Jamie's Dream by Kim Sponaugle Susan Berger...
Jamie had the best dream last night. Now he wants to buy it for his mom. Jamie is having a great day. He has French toast for breakfast, gets a gold star in spelling, wishes on a puffball, meets a unicorn, finds DreamsRUs and buys his mom a dream.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 8.4" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2007
Publisher Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc
ISBN 1933090804 ISBN13 9781933090801
Availability 130 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 24, 2016 11:37.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Jamie's Dream?
2 Year Old Adores this Book Nov 12, 2007
I have a two year old that adore's this book. She enjoys the colorful art, the story, and the rhythym of the words as I read.
I also highly recommend this book because it is a more advanced read than your basic, see spot run, style book. I enjoy having a sprinkling of more advanced words for my child to enjoy.
If you are into children's books or are looking for the next "Too Loud Lilly" this is the one.
Jamie's Dream Nov 12, 2007
As an ex teacher and a lover of Children's books, this one gets a five star review. The author wrotes this one for kids, not parents. It has magic and a childish sense of compassion without moralizing or warnings. A charming read for children and those of us who have not let the child in us fade.
delightful story! Nov 11, 2007
Wonderful story with beautiful illustrations, a delightful read! My two children (2 and 4) love when I read this story to them and ask me to read it again and again. Highly recommended for any child that believes in magic!
A very enjoyable story Nov 11, 2007
Apparently this is the first children's book by Susan Berger. Reading this book, it feels like she's been doing it for a long time. The story feels magical from beginning to end, and Kim Sponaugle's illustrations really bring that magic to life.
SFC 5 star review Oct 27, 2007
Jamie has the most wonderful dream - in fact, it was so wonderful, he wanted to buy the dream for his Mom.
His day starts out good - he's wearing his lucky purple socks, and Mom has made French toast for breakfast. He tells Mom he's going to buy her a dream. She tells him you can't buy a dream. Jamie reminds her that she's always told him that he could do anything he believed he could. She replies that is, indeed, what she told him, but also warned: "Seeing is believing".
He decides he'll ask his teacher about buying dreams. On the way to school, he tells the crossing guard about his wish to purchase a dream. He, also, tells Jamie: "Seeing is believing". His terrific teacher, Miss Mapleleaf, tells him the same thing!
On his way home from school, Jamie decides its time to find his dream. He wishes on a dandelion and puffball. His wishes take him on an adventure that you will never forget. He meets Chester, a unicorn, who tells Jamie: "Believing is seeing". Was Jamie able to fulfill his wish to buy his dream for his Mom?
Find out as you read this really fun story beautifully illustrated by none other than one of SFC's illustrators who has been with our magazine since the very beginning - Kim Sponaugle. This is author Susan Berger's first children's book, written with the help of her son, Christopher, who was nine years old at the time it was written. Bravo, Susan and Chris, for a wonderful debut book! This is a must-read book for any child that still believes in magic, no matter what age.