Thursday, January 22, 2015

Another review of Fairy Tale Christmas by Michael McLean {Written by Tiffany}

I know Christmas is over  but Tiffany finished reading this fabulous book called,
 
Fairy Tale Christmas
by Michael McLean and Scott McLean
 
I didn't want to leave out her review so here you go...Plus, some of you may still be into Christmas. You never know...
 
 
About:
 

Santa Claus has been kidnapped! Behind the plot are an evil queen, a wicked stepmother, a sorceress, a beanstalk giant, and, of course, the mischievous Rumpelstiltskin. They have a plan that will erase the term "Happily Ever After" from our storybooks forever. But it's nearly Christmas Eve, and time is running out. Can Santa and the fairy-tale heroes save the day and bring Christmas to all the children of the world? Will anyone have a "Happily Ever After" again? Fairy Tale Christmas reminds us all that there is good in everyone and that the magic of Christmas can soften any heart.
 

About the Authors:

 
MICHAEL MCLEAN has released more than two dozen albums, has written, produced, and directed award-winning films and television commercials, and has annually presented his landmark Christmas production, The Forgotten Carols, based on his book, to sold-out audiences throughout the United States since 1991. He and his wife, Lynne, live in Heber Valley.
SCOTT MCLEAN is an actor, songwriter, and playwright. A graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NYC) and The National Theatre Conservatory (Denver), Scott lives, creates, acts, and auditions in New York City.

 
In my opinion: 
“Fairy Tale Christmas” by Michael McLean is a charming book that everyone should add to the Christmas library. The villains want to change the endings of the stories because they are tired of always losing to the heroes. They hatch a plan to kidnap Santa Clause, and in exchange get the fairy tale heroes to trade their stories endings to save Christmas. However, the Christmas spirit can even change the hardest of hearts. This is a great book for all ages!! It is a quick read and one that parents can read to their kids at Christmas. It is bound to capture the imagination of children, pre-teens and adults of all ages. I recommend this book!
 Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services for free in the hope that I would mention them on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
 
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