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See the true magic of Disney through this captivating collection of stories.

Find out how a great grandmother celebrated her 100th birthday in Disneyland – her favorite ride will surprise you!

Read the full story behind the family of two-year-old Jack Jack’s love for Snow White.

Learn about a poverty-stricken child whose entire life changed from a day trip to Disneyland.

These stories and more await Disney fans everywhere!

What Readers Are Saying...

Amazing, must read! This book is inspiring, uplifting and heartwarming as the title suggests. These real stories provide a glimpse of the peaks and valleys we all experience, giving readers the inspiration to observe and hold onto those peak moments even if they are far apart. You don't have to be a Disney fan to love this wonderful book. It is for anyone who wants to celebrate life's most precious moments. I cannot wait for Kimberly Bouchard's next book, keep them coming. 

-Katie Phippen

Perfectly titled, Kim's book has captured wonderful and positive stories from Disney vacationers. I loved reading this book and experiencing the joy and energy from all the people who contributed their unique tales, some comparable to my own. Our son, Daniel, who has autism was a Disney "expert" long before his first trip to Disneyland in 2001. Watching him open up and actually talk to all of the Disney characters was nothing less than magical and brought tears to my eyes. Reading this book brought me back to that moment. Kim shares many stories that are happy and heartwarming. I can't wait for the next one!

-Lisa Lahaie

My family loves Disney. We've been many, many times ourselves. We have our own wonderful experiences that keep us going back. It is so fun to be able to read other accounts that line up with our own. I've loved each story that I've read so far. Disney has a way of touching the lives of all of us, no matter what our background, upbringing or age. When in a park, we all have something in common. We're kids again. Thank you Kimberley for the heartwarming reminders!

-John L.