How to Make a Christmas Fairy Tale Without a Magic Wand is a new book by author Harold White, a former magician and teacher.
It features 12 different Christmas fairy tales written by real-life family members, including two of the most famous fairy tales of all time.
“My dad used to make fun of me for being a witch,” says the author, adding that he made fun of his wife for not believing in Santa, or Santa Claus, when he was younger.
The book, which is available for pre-order, includes a variety of original illustrations from a variety, including a real-time reconstruction of a Christmas tree and a miniature version of the storybook “A Tale of Two Sisters”.
Here are some of the best stories that the author tells in his book:The “Jingle Bells” storybook, written by the late author Charles Dickens, follows the life of a young girl, who dreams of being a fairy.
“A girl with a jingle bell is a fairy and that is what she thinks she is,” he writes.
The storybook was a hit with children’s books fans and was published in 1934.
In a video of the book, a real life Christmas fairy is seen singing the famous “Jelly Belly Christmas Carol”.
The “A Christmas Carol” story is one of the few Christmas stories in the world that has no supernatural element, and is said to be the most popular story in the US.
It was adapted for film in 1959.
The “Alice in Wonderland” story was one of five Christmas stories to be written in Victorian times.
“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, written by J.M. Barrie, was published first in 1881.
Barris said that “Alice” was the name given to a storybook character, and it had a lot to do with how people believed the world to be real.
“It is a great story,” he said.
“I love it, and I want to be a part of it.
I don’t know what it is to be an author.
I just have to believe and believe and trust.”
The “Gulliver’s Travels” story, written in 1848, tells the story of the adventures of a boy who meets a mysterious woman who asks for help to escape from a pirate ship.
“I think this story is really great, and has a lot of history behind it,” says White.
“And that is really important to me.
It has a real connection to our world.”
The story “The Story of Little Red Riding Hood” is a tale about a girl who meets and marries a prince.
“Little Red Riding hood” was inspired by the story “Little House on the Prairie” by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
“It is very simple.
It’s a girl with her parents,” White says.
“She goes to her grandfather, and they have this wedding.
And she’s in her aunt’s house, and she’s not very well.
So the girl starts to wonder if she is going to marry this man who is a bit strange.
She ends up married.
And they have a baby.
And it’s not their first baby.
It is a little boy.
And he’s her grandson.
And then she meets this boy, and he’s an old man who comes and he is very beautiful.”
White says he is inspired by a number of real life stories that he has heard from his family, and that “a lot of people” still believe in Santa Claus.
“When my parents are in my room, I always want to tell them, ‘I’ve been a little bit wrong,'” he says.
White says that his mother, Dorothy, is a big fan of the holiday.
“Her favorite Christmas story is Cinderella,” he says, referring to the classic fairy tale about Snow White and her prince.
“She doesn’t believe in the Christmas story.
She says, ‘It’s not the right story for her.’
But she loves it.”
The book’s cover features the famous story “A Story of Two Queens” from The Tale of Years.
White says he and his mother decided to make the book “because they were inspired by stories they’d read in the library.”
The title “A Merry Christmas from a Wizard” comes from the story A Merry Christmas, a story about a wizard who meets two princesses, and who then is tempted by one of them.
The title is a reference to the fact that the two princess sisters are both named Anna and Elsa, and the wizard who becomes their prince, is named Anna.
The story was adapted in 1952 for film.
White wrote the book with his mother’s sister, Rosemary.
“We started this with Rosemary, but then my dad suggested it was a good idea with my mom,” he explains.
The author, who also has children, says that he loves the story and believes in Santa.
“If you believe in Christmas,