By Ralph Covert, G. Riley Mills
This is often no usual Nutcracker! This time, it's Fritz's tale. the conventional Nutcracker story will get grew to become on its head during this rollicking Christmas experience, according to the hit musical A Nutty Nutcracker Christmas by means of the preferred kin track rock famous person Ralph Covert and playwright G. Riley turbines. features a bonus CD of songs from the musical, that includes a read-aloud tune with the song and tale woven jointly.
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Extra resources for A Nutty Nutcracker Christmas
Fritz said good-bye to his new friends. “I’ll miss you all,” he said. He saved his last good-bye for the Nutcracker. ” The Nutcracker smiled. ” The Sugar Plum Fairies sprinkled magic fairy dust in Fritz’s eyes making him feel very sleepy. . The doorbell woke Fritz, at home, in his chair. He rubbed his eyes. Had it all been a dream? It had seemed so real. “At last! ” said Mr. Drosselmeier, crossing to the front door. ” In came Mr. Drosselmeier’s family, one by one. Fritz couldn’t believe his eyes.
The fairies and elves all cheered with delight. But there was no time for celebration—they still had work to do! Fritz and the Nutcracker helped guide each of the toys through the Gilded Gate as the elves loaded colorful presents onto Santa’s sleigh. Suddenly, bells began to chime. “It’s almost midnight, Fritz,” said the Mayor. ” Fritz said good-bye to his new friends. “I’ll miss you all,” he said. He saved his last good-bye for the Nutcracker. ” The Nutcracker smiled. ” The Sugar Plum Fairies sprinkled magic fairy dust in Fritz’s eyes making him feel very sleepy.
Had it all been a dream? It had seemed so real. “At last! ” said Mr. Drosselmeier, crossing to the front door. ” In came Mr. Drosselmeier’s family, one by one. Fritz couldn’t believe his eyes. Mr. Drosselmeier’s niece, Marie, looked just like . . the Nutcracker! Soon Fritz’s family arrived home from the ballet with boxes of candies and sweets. Everyone danced and laughed, singing their favorite carols. And for once, Fritz didn’t think about video games. He didn’t even think about new ways to tease and torment his sister.