Keri Is Cute Cute Cute [NOOK Book]

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All her life, Keri had been told she was cute, cute, cute until one day someone asks what she does besides being a cutie-pie. She doesn’t draw as well as Andrew or count as high as Sarah. Keri wants to be known for more than her pretty face. What’s a cute girl to do? This story whimsically teaches parents to instill in their daughters reasons for valuing themselves beyond ...
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Keri Is Cute Cute Cute

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Overview

All her life, Keri had been told she was cute, cute, cute until one day someone asks what she does besides being a cutie-pie. She doesn’t draw as well as Andrew or count as high as Sarah. Keri wants to be known for more than her pretty face. What’s a cute girl to do? This story whimsically teaches parents to instill in their daughters reasons for valuing themselves beyond their looks.

Recommended For Ages 3 - 7
Recommended Reading Level Ages 5 - 8
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148942108
  • Publisher: Wee Creek Press LLC
  • Publication date: 1/1/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Karen Wiesner is an accomplished author with over 100 books published in the past 15 years, which have been nominated for and/or won more than 120 awards. Karen’s books include genres such as women’s fiction, romance, mystery/police procedural/cozy, suspense, paranormal, futuristic, gothic, inspirational, thriller, horror, chick-lit, and action/adventure. She also writes children’s books, poetry, and writing reference titles.

ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR: Molly Courtright attended Ohio University where she majored in Fine Arts and Education and continued on to study Graphic Design at Columbus State. She has more than 20 years graphic design and Illustration experience since finishing school. She lives in central Ohio and loves to have fun adventures with her family – her wonderful husband, two amazing teenage daughters, and a dog named Vinny.
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  • Posted January 13, 2014

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    Reviewed by Naga Chokkanathan for Readers' Favorite This is a b

    Reviewed by Naga Chokkanathan for Readers' Favorite

    This is a book about Keri, a cute girl. In fact, that is an understatement; she is a cute cute cute girl. That's what everyone around her said. From the moment she was born, everybody praised her for being cute, her parents were very proud of her and she was also proud of the fact that she is beautiful. As she grew, more 'cute' comments came her way and she accepted all of them happily. Until one fine day, she realized being cute is not the only thing in the world. Kids around her do something unique, something useful; they may not be cute, but they are good at an art or a subject. Being cute is good up to a certain time, but beyond that she has to find a different identity for herself. Keri starts thinking along these lines and what happens next is a wonderful climax to this cute story. Er, please read it as "This brilliant story."

    Keri is Cute Cute Cute is written by Karen Wiesner, author of more than 100 books and illustrated by Molly M. Courtright, senior illustrator and graphic designer, published by Wee Creek Press. This book (purposefully, I assume) uses a pink theme which is supposed to be the color of cute girls. With a simple story and short, easy to read sentences, it illustrates a powerful fact that cuteness is important, but that is not all. Kids will love reading this story while the message will stay with them forever. I strongly recommend this book to kids who just started reading.

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