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Jamie's Dream

4.40  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
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.
Paperback, Large Print, 28 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Guardian Angel Publishing
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Cheryl C.
Aug 19, 2009 Cheryl C. rated it it was amazing
Jamie had a wonderful dream, and now he wants to buy it for his mom. But his mom, the crossing guard and Jamie's teacher aren't sure you can buy a dream. Since Jamie is having a great day, though, he isn't easily detered. When he meets up with Chester the Unicorn, they go on an adventure in search of his dream and something wonderful happens.

What a charming and imaginative story! Susan's son Christopher helped her write "Jamie's Dream" when he was only nine years old. Now an actor who likes to
Sep 15, 2009 Terry rated it it was ok

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Dec 02, 2009 Susan Berger rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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I was born in Buffalo, New York in 1943, when dinosaurs walked the world. (Okay.There were no dinosaurs. But there were trolley cars and five cent cokes and it cost ten cents to see a movie.)

We moved a lot when I was young. The easiest things to pack are comic books and your imagination. Moving boxes make great forts.
I grew up and became an actress. I did all kinds of plays in all kinds of theat
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