Best Ever Ring Bearer

Best Ever Ring Bearer

by Linda Griffith (Illustrator)


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For the best ring bearer ever...

A great gift for the most awesome boy in the bridal party, The Best Ever Ring Bearer takes you on an adventure to discover all the best things about being in a wedding. Wear a special suit, help the bride and groom, smile big for pictures, walk down the aisle, and have lots and lots of fun! The perfect gift for future ring bearers to understand the duties and imprtance of their job on the special day (along with how much fun they will have!), this is a wonderful keepsake that little boys will be able to keep with them forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402238185
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 04/01/2010
Pages: 24
Sales rank: 52,304
Product dimensions: 7.36(w) x 7.36(h) x 0.39(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Illustrator Linda Hill Griffith tries to infuse her life, as well as her designs, with joy and humor. She has illustrated countless greeting cards, calendars, and children's books for companies such as HarperCollins. She lives in Orange County, California.

Read an Excerpt

David knew something exciting was happening. Uncle Andrew and his girlfriend Sarah were talking to Mommy and Daddy. Everyone was hugging and smiling. David peeked into the room.

"Come in, David," said Uncle Andrew. "We have some big news!"

"We're going to the zoo?" David loved animals.

"Better than that," said Uncle Andrew. "Sarah and I are getting married...and we want you to be the ring bearer!"

"Hooray!" David shouted. "I'm going to be the ring bearer!"

"Uncle Andrew," David said, a little bit nervous, "I'm not sure I'm big enough to be a bear, but I'll try."

Uncle Andrew explained. "Being a ring bearer means that you will be my special helper during our wedding ceremony. You will get to wear a grown-up suit and walk down the aisle holding our rings. It will be very exciting."

David wasn't sure it would be as much fun as the zoo, but he trusted Uncle Andrew.

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