As Christmas approaches, Drew and Piper have their hands full with Kevin and eight bumbling ghosts. Connor, having become Kevin's best friend, is now using his powers to protect Kevin from bullies at school. Piper is concerned that by him doing this, he could become a bully himself. Holly, Nicholas and Victoria earn their form through very different rescues-one of which has Drew and Piper making long range plans. But Drew's ex-girlfriend Marin has plans of her own. She wants Drew back and will go to any lengths to make that happen. The cemetery kids, through their misguided shenanigans, manage to convince Marin that Piper is an evil witch, when she's really the evil one. Kevin shows the stuff he's made of when danger confronts his enemy; and one timely rescue due to the cemetery kids' premonitions, becomes a game changer for the whole family. Christmas is a time of comfort, joy, and peace. For Piper, Drew, and their new family, the peace they seek is hard fought. But they're working as a team now, so they're worthy opponents for anything that could come their way.
This book is full of original fun stories that all young children will enjoy. Your child is sure to take an instant liking to each of the characters and delight in their adventures. The characters include a variety of cute animals, dinosaurs, pirates, and also young girls and boys all of whom young children can to relate to. Embedded in each story is a message that you will be able to discuss with your child to reinforce issues such as the importance of being kind and caring, telling the truth, being brave, trying your best and coping with a new baby in the family, just to name a few. Each story is illustrated throughout and will entertain both you and your child. Perfect for early readers or beginner readers and suitable for children aged 2 - 5. Read them as bedtime stories and then use again when your child is in preschool and is beginning to learn to read. Also included is a clickable Table of Contents for easy navigation. A fabulous book for young children!
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Casual, unplanned breaks and research during vacations is ideal for youthful brains than packing with vitality and knowledge. Kids have a break from school and some guardians might consider how they will engage their kids for the duration of the vacation. However, before you go out to admit your kids in workmanship camp, art and theater camp, or whatever specific camp that ignite their enthusiasm these days, step back and consider this: leisure is great. You realize that dramatic feeling you get when you are on vacation? That aggregate feeling of unwinding when you have taken on a holiday and have nothing to stress over with the exception of picking which path you are going to tread, which shoreline you are going to be stretched out, or which eatery you will eat at that night? Kids feel it, as well.