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Pink Princess Rules the School (Perfectly Princess Series #1)
     

Pink Princess Rules the School (Perfectly Princess Series #1)

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by Alyssa Crowne
 

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A spunky new series for any girl who dreams of being a princess. The book even looks magical --- it's printed on pink pages!

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

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A spunky new series for any girl who dreams of being a princess. The book even looks magical --- it's printed on pink pages!

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!

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Nicole Peterson Davis
Juliet loves to pretend to be a Pink Princess. So, for her seventh birthday, she is going to have a pink princess party for all the girls in her class. But things start to get out of hand when Juliet decides to wear a new princess crown to school. The girls love pretending they are princesses, and wear pink clothes and eat pink food at school. But, the boys get upset that they cannot be part of the party also (although they would rather be pirates than princesses). This book teaches some basic principles of friendship and sharing that can be applied to real life. The "Perfectly Princess" series is sure to capture the attention of young girls who love to pretend to be princesses. The chapters are about eight pages each (including one picture) and very large font, making this a good book for a middle reader to complete by himself. And of course, as the title suggests, this book is all girl, complete with pink pages and hearts in the corners. The end of the book contains recipes for princess food (a pink sandwich and a hot dog dragon), so the book can become an interactive activity. Reviewer: Nicole Peterson Davis

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780545211734
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
02/01/2010
Series:
Perfectly Princess Series , #1
Pages:
80
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
7 - 10 Years

Meet the Author


Alyssa Crowne is the author of more than 100 books for children. Some of her favorite stories when she was young were fairy tales featuring princesses. Today she lives in New York's Hudson Valley with her family and pets.

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Pink Princess Rules the School (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great book and very cute
Guest More than 1 year ago
Quick and easy read for 2 and 3rd grades, the series of them are great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My 7 year old is in 1st grade and loves this book! She can't wait to read the additional books in the series. The reading level was perfect for her and the story line kept her very interested. We read the book together, and for the next few days after the purchase, she carried the book everywhere she went. This is a fantastic book for young girls and I would highly recommend it.
Dancingqueen7 More than 1 year ago
This book is really good. I think ages seven and older can read it easily. It is about a girl who wants everyone in school to wear pink. She gets some things from her family members. I think you should buy this book.
la_diesse More than 1 year ago
While the Pink Princess character begins as demanding, pushy and spoiled, she learns the value of adapting to others' likes and wants in the end. It's a decent story that my daughter and I will start reading tonight. The Orange Princess was a better story, though.
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