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"Kids with good reading skills or read-aloud parents will find A Christmas Love Story a warm tale of ballet aspirations, romance, and overcoming obstacles." D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book
LAGUNA WOODS, CA, November 25, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Especially during the holiday season, a thousand tasks are nagging at you for completion. Think how delightful it would be if you could chill for just eighteen minutes from the kids to do something else on your "to do" list.
One entertainment solution is a rollicking fun Christmas video produced by Jukie Davie of YouTube's "Time to Tell a Tale." Jukie acts out the new Christmas book, "A Christmas Love Story: Nicholas Nutcracker & Brittany Ballerina" and it's hilarious. This charming new Christmas read is about two engaging Christmas ornaments in search of their true love. And, who doesn't love a love story?
Relax and focus on other matters while Jukie Davie entertains the kiddos with this happy holiday book reading for eighteen glorious minutes. Jukie is a jill-of-all-trades producing these animated video book readings for children. Matthew, her boyfriend, used to help her create the videos. But, remember the old proverb: "Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime." Over time Matthew showed Jukie how to produce her own videos. If your kids like nutcrackers, ballerinas, Christmas, and cute basset hound dogs, don't miss this adorable short video for the holidays.
For you over-worked mothers and fathers out there, take a well-deserved break and enjoy some calm. This charming new book, "A Christmas Love Story: Nicholas Nutcracker & Brittany Ballerina," is making its debut this Christmas season. Find out where you can buy it on the website: www.achristmaslovestory.com. It also makes for good bonding during bedtime storytime. Happy Holidays!
ABOUT THE BOOK: The story of two engaging Christmas tree ornaments: Nicholas Nutcracker, a retired toy-soldier from a small village in Germany, and Brittany Ballerina, a world-renowned ornament ballet dancer, are both in search of their true love before they go back into their boxes in the attic for another year. For Kids Ages: 4-9.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
"If a tale of love, at first sight, is up your alley, then A Christmas Love Story: Nicholas Nutcracker & Brittany Ballerina is bound to fill the hearts of any who read it. It would be especially appealing for a story time session between a grandmother and her grandchildren."
~ Bianca Schulze, thechildrensbookreview.com, April 23, 2020
"I give this book a rating of 4 out of 4 stars and recommend it to parents who are looking for a unique Christmas story. I definitely feel like this is a story that can grow with a child and be just as enjoyable at age 12 as it is at age 5. The writing, illustrations, and editing are all impeccable."
~ ALynnPowers, onlinebookclub.org, April 7, 2020
"Kids with good reading skills or read-aloud parents will find A Christmas Love Story a warm tale of ballet aspirations, romance, and overcoming obstacles set against a holiday backdrop that is beautifully rendered, nicely illustrated with colorful drawings by Anastasiia Khmelevska, and just the ticket for an original holiday read."
~ D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review, April 6, 2020
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: After watching Hallmark Christmas movies more times than she cares to admit, Maureen reached maximum "Christmas Spirit" saturation by the end of December. Inspired by cute Christmas art of a nutcracker and ballerina ornament hanging from a branch, McCabe decided to write her first children's book about these two ornaments and give them a backstory.
In-the-works, McCabe teamed up with Clyde Adams to write the fascinating tale of "Murray Korman's Vintage Babes of Broadway," which features stories and never-before-seen photographs of many well-known entertainers from the 1930s to 1961. The book scheduled for release in early 2021 should attract history and photography lovers. McCabe published "Moon Over Vaudeville," which took a nostalgic look at her father's show business career as a tap dancer in 2011.
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