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Perfectly Princess #01: Pink Princess Rules the Schoolby Alyssa Crowne
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The sixth book in the Princess Posey chapter book series, and there's a new kid in class!
Posey and her best friends, Nikki and Ava, do everything together. Then, new girl Grace joins Miss Lee's first grade class, and Posey worries that everything will change. Nikki and Ava can't stop talking about Grace's long princess hair, and when she joins the girls' recess games, they like her way of doing things better than Posey's. But when Grace accidentally teases Posey, she's had enough: she doesn't want to play with Grace ever again! Luckily, with a little help from Miss Lee and her trusty princess tutu, Posey realizes just how lonely Grace must feel. Posey partners up with her for reading time, and discovers that Grace could be more than just the new girl, if she gives her the chance.
"Princess Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus Reviews
Juliet Henry is turning seven. For her birthday, she's planning a pink princess party for girls only. They'll all wear pink clothes, make pink crowns, and eat pink food. Who wants boys at a princess party, anyway? Includes fun, princessy activities in the back. Illustrations.
Printed on PINK pages!
You are royally NOT invited . . .
Juliet Henry is turning seven. For her birthday, she's planning a pink princess party --- for girls only! They'll all wear pink clothes, make pink crowns, and eat pink food. Who wants boys at a princess party, anyway?
But Billy and the other boys in Juliet's class are mad. They love birthday parties . . . and hate being left out. If this pink princess isn't careful, her loyal subjects could ruin her birthday bash!
Each PERFECTLY PRINCESS book includes fun, princessy activities in the back. Just like the pink princess, Juliet, you can try out the activities and turn any day into a royal treat! Take a sneak peek:
Make It Yourself!
Pink Princess Sandwich
Level of difficulty: Medium
(You'll need some help from a grown-up.)
*2 pieces of bread
*whipped cream cheese
*strawberry or raspberry jelly
*large heart-shaped cookie cutter
1.) Use the cookie cutter to cut each piece of bread into the shape of a heart. (If you don't have a heart-shaped cookie cutter, a grown-up can cut the bread with a knife.)
2.) Spread the cream cheese on one piece of heart-shaped bread. Spread the jelly on the other piece. Stick the two pieces together so the cream cheese and jelly meet. Now you have a perfect pink princess sandwich! With two more slices of bread, you can make one for a friend, too.
She's sporty, funny, and brave — meet the one-of-a-kind Princess Emma!
Emma is not your typical princess. She dislikes pink, would rather play soccer than go dancing, and secretly dreams of being a dragon rider. And so, when she hears the news that dragons in the kingdom are becoming ill, does Emma quietly wait around for her fairy godmother to save the day? Of course not! She makes a plan to solve the dragon mystery herself. With a helping hand from her best friend, Rapunzel, and a surprising new pal, Emma might actually manage to save her favorite mythic creatures...and possibly even the whole kingdom.
This lively chapter book combines the classic fun of a princess story with a modern sensibility and humor
Princess Emma is not your typical princess. She doesn't like pink, can't dance, and just can't seem to fit into the Royal Princess Academy mold. Other princesses are excited about the upcoming All-School Princess Contest, but secretly all Emma dreams of is being a dragon rider. When news breaks that dragons in the kingdom are falling ill, Emma resolves to solve the mystery, despite her family's urging to leave such problems to the Royal Council.
With her best friend Rapunzel and some unexpected help, not to mention some very un-princess-like maneuvers, Emma just might manage to save her beloved dragons, and possibly even the whole kingdom.
About the Author
Laura Rennert is a literary agent living with her husband and their daughter, the inspiration for Princess Emma, in Menlo Park, California.
Melanie Florian lives in France.
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