A young boy dreams about all the things he’ll do when he’s bigger—from running in races to riding a big bike. But until then, his big brother Mike can help him out! This story, told in rhyme, is great to help siblings appreciate each other. Also included is a list of words to "point and read" to help young readers learn new words. As each one is read by a narrator, words are highlighted on the screen. Sounds effects are also included.
Mary Packard has written over 250 books for both children and adults. She began her love affair with books at a young age, and today she writes books that she herself would enjoy reading. For her, writing is a fun way to explore new subjects and to try out things she might not have done in real life —such as climbing mountains or swimming with sharks. In delving into the Tarot, she discovered a richly layered tradition suffused with universal symbolism. She found as well that the Tarot can be appreciated on a variety of levels—from a purely historical and artistic perspective to one where the cards have many stories of their own to tell.