March 11

Everyone loves a fairytale

When I was a children's entertainer, most of the little girls would dress up as little princesses and boys would love being superheroes.  Children and adults love fairy tales and I think that is why most of us love a royal wedding. Our love of fairy tales gave me the idea to write my book - Aladdin's Magic Carpet where children could imagine they were princesses and superheroes going on magical adventures in their mind.  I did something that had never been done before and took all the fairytales and turned them into visualisations. We all love positive and happy endings to fairytales and enjoy good conquering evil. The book allowed these fairy tales to come alive in children's minds.  I had no idea the visualisations would be so popular and what a profound effect it would have on those who listened to them. I then made a Superheroes CD for boys and a Princesses CD for girls.  (of course boys can listen to the princesses CD and girls can listen to the Superhero CD) Children around the world now go to sleep dreaming of being in their own fairytales.  As a result, parents and teachers noticed how their imagination and creativity was improving while they were becoming more confident and calm.  You can read all the reviews here. So, if you would like your child to dream of fairy tales each night and wake up fresh and full of creativity, you might like to order one of my fairytale CDs Please do let me know how you get on with them.

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