Princess pink and the land of fake believe books
Princess Pink and the Land of Fake-Believe Series Book ReviewIn stock: Usually ships within hours. Your order will ship on or around the release date. Easy-to-read text Simple plotlines Plenty of context clues Purposeful illustrations that aid reading comprehension. Fairy tales go hilariously off course as Princess Pink meets wacky characters in the land of Fake-Believe Included on this Set:. You are about to leave our Partner site. Please complete your order now!
Little Red Quacking Hood: A Branches Book (Princess Pink and the Land of Fake-Believe #2)
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Scholastic, Branches Trade ed. Her adventurous spirit is put to good use when she sneaks to the kitchen for a midnight snack and finds the refrigerator door opens up into the Land of Fake-Believe, where Mother Moose himself a victim of unsuitable naming lends her a hand navigating this new world. She soon encounters the titular Moldylocks, whose green hair and sodden dress evoke the sights and smells of a swamp. The story itself is pretty superficial, with the prose sacrificing sustained wit in favor of the easy, smelly joke. A question guide at the back prompting readers to articulate the differences between the two stories seems out of place after an otherwise decidedly un-academic romp; hopefully this bit of window dressing will disappear by the next installment of the series, allowing readers who want grossout comedy, pink-haired heroines, or alternative fairy tales to enjoy their sillies in peace. Access options available:.