Pinkalicious loves the color pink, but all the girls at school like black. They tease her, saying that pink stinks and pink is for babies. But Pinkalicious doesn't think so - that is, until her friends stop playing with her. Now Pinkalicious has a case of the blues. But could she ever turn her back on her favorite color?
In the follow-up to the bestselling Pinkalicious, a young girl remains true to herself and discovers that pink isn't only a pretty color, but also a powerful one.
©2007 Elizabeth Kann and Victoria Kann; (P)2008 HarperCollins Publishers
Most definitely! Very entertaining and pink is a favorite color of one of my girls.
That Pinkalicious finds out that she's not alone in her struggle of being what she perceives as "different".
The voices! She's an entertaining reader and when we read the books at home now, it's nice to have a "voice" for the characters
"pink is powerful" - my lover of pink repeats this each time she hears it
My only complaint about this book is the use of the word "sissy". I find it interesting that most parents try to teach their children not to call names, but then they learn it from their books and tv shows. After listening to this book, one of my daughters is now insulted when people refer to her as her sisters "sissie". I think writers should consider these things when adding those words to their stories.
I find this story kind of annoying, but my girls (2 and 4) LOVE it - and they love the audible version. Thank You! Now I don't have to read it 5 times a day - I'm down to once.
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