Valentine's Day is coming! Posey is so excited about her special ballet recital and giving cards to everyone at school. Then she learns that one of her classmates doesn't have any valentines to give out. Can Princess Posey and her tutu find the perfect way to help?
Posey takes on boys (and bullying) in the eighth book in this charming chapter audiobook series for first grade listeners! Will Posey ever be able to get along with boys? Probably not. They barely ever sit still, they make lots of rude noises, and they are just plain annoying. But when Posey teases Henry for being a "weirdo", Miss Lee tells her that she's being a (gasp!) bully. Only by calling on the help of the Pink Princess can Posey step back and see that boys have feelings as well.
When Posey's first grade class gets a new student, she worries her friends will like the new girl more than her. 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.
Celebrated author Stephanie Greene’s Gryphon Honor Book Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade introduced young audiences to a charming new heroine who could brave anything in the first grade—as long as she was allowed to wear her special pink tutu. In this second delightful book in the series, the “Pink Princess” Posey thinks she’s found the perfect gift for her teacher’s birthday. But will classmate Nikki’s fancy bouquet upstage Posey’s homegrown roses?
The fifth book in the Princess Posey chapter book series, perfect for first-grade listeners! When Gramps buys Posey the most adorable stuffed animal - a pink piglet named Poinky who can perch on the top of her pencil - Posey can't wait to show him to all her friends. But when Poinky mistakenly ends up in Miss Lee's Consequence Drawer Posey is heartbroken. Will the Pink Princess be able to find her courage and explain things to Miss Lee?
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Posey's classroom is abuzz with everyone's travel plans for the upcoming spring break. But Posey is worried: instead of going away for their vacation, her mom says they are going to have a "lazy vacation" at home. What if lazy actually means boring? Fortunately, the next few days are anything but: there are pancakes for dinner, a loose tooth, a sleepover with her friends, and a new bike without training wheels!
Stephanie Greene’s beloved children’s books include Owen Foote, Frontiersman - a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. This charming tale, a Gryphon Honor Book, introduces six-year-old Posey as she nervously prepares to start the first grade. Before her little brother came along, Posey was treated like a princess. But now she’s expected to be a Big Girl - which means facing the first day of school without the comfort of her favorite pink tutu.
When Posey puts on her tutu, she turns into brave Princess Posey who can face anything. But when she has to write a story about a pet, the only one around is the new dog next door with a loud bark. Also, Posey has a secret. When she was little, a dog knocked her over to lick her ice cream and she's been afraid of dogs ever since. Can her tutu help her tackle this challenge? With dilemmas and solutions that ring exactly true for first-graders, Princess Posey is sure to charm every newly independent listener.
Halloween is right around the corner and Princess Posey is super excited to have a party with her first grade classmates and go trick-or-treating. But sometimes Halloween tricks are scary. When Posey's teacher announces that they're going to have monster stew at their party, she's more than a little nervous. But in true Princess Posey fashion, she dons her sparkly tutu and realizes that being a little scared with friends can be much fun!
Moose is amazed when he sees a sign by the side of the road that says "Moose Crossing". He must be very important to have his own sign, although his best friend, Hildy, doesn’t agree. When tourists arrive, hoping to catch sight of him, Moose finds he can’t go anywhere without being recognized. Suddenly his life isn’t as simple as it used to be. Maybe being famous isn’t all that great. How can he find a way to get rid of all those fans and get things back to the way they used to be?