Princess Truly in My Magical, Sparkling Curls

  • Title: Princess Truly in My Magical, Sparkling Curls
  • Author: Kelly Greenawalt Amariah Rauscher
  • ISBN: 9781338167191
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princess Truly in My Magical Sparkling Curls I love my fluffy puffy curls I m so happy they are mine When I believe in myself They shimmer and they shine Princess Truly is back In the second Princess Truly adventure Truly s magical sparkling
    I love my fluffy, puffy curls.I m so happy they are mine.When I believe in myself,They shimmer and they shine.Princess Truly is back In the second Princess Truly adventure, Truly s magical, sparkling curls have the power to transport her to exciting new places like the Egyptian pyramids, the Jurassic period, and even into outer space With curiosity, bravery, and her signI love my fluffy, puffy curls.I m so happy they are mine.When I believe in myself,They shimmer and they shine.Princess Truly is back In the second Princess Truly adventure, Truly s magical, sparkling curls have the power to transport her to exciting new places like the Egyptian pyramids, the Jurassic period, and even into outer space With curiosity, bravery, and her signature smarts, Princess Truly once again proves that she can do anything she sets her mind to and reminds girls everywhere to reach for the stars, believe in themselves, and dream big

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    1. I wanted to love this, because I think it's so important to have books that showcase black girls. And it should be a winner -- a princess who travels to ancient Egypt, the bottom of the sea, outer space! The quality of the illustrations was great, but I was honestly a little surprised to see this came from a major publisher. The rhyming text is often labored, and more egregiously, the author and illustrator confuse Jupiter and Saturn: "I count the rings on Jupiter/ And travel on to Mars"says Tru [...]

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    2. Children's literature needs to celebrate Black children better and more intentionally than it does (and historically has). I didn’t think the content was especially engaging (the rhyming didn't always go smoothly), but what I was really disappointed by was the fact that the main character has literally the same smiling expression on her face on every page. No wonder, determination, nervousness, or vulnerability -- just a constant, unchanging smile. I found it kind of unnerving.

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    3. Fun story about a spunky little girl who loves to have fun and learn each day. Beautiful illustrations with colorful watercolor scenes. It features fun and imagination throughout. Girls will especially enjoy this one. Good for a read-aloud to a group. Highly recommended for Grades K-2.

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    4. I don't particularly care for princess books, but this is a series I really like for kids. It's all about embracing what makes you different as something special (in this case, her wonderful curly hair).

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    5. My thoughts – This is a cute little book about a little girl called Princess Truly that goes on a sort of adventure in her dreams I’m assuming while she’s laying in her bed. She goes quite far and seems to enjoy herself before she lets herself come back to her bed and get ready to actually sleep.This book is written in a poetry form and the words match the illustrations within the pages nicely. I enjoyed reading it and seeing where the author was going to take the story. I think any chil [...]

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    6. Reviewed for YA Books CentralThere is not one thing to dislike about this book. Princess Truly has magical sparkling curls and that magic allows her to do some amazing things. This story takes us on her adventures as she rides dinosaurs, goes in a submarine, and even flies a rocket to outer space. It's fun and light and such a blast to read. The three-year-old with me was riveted to each page. The story unfolds through clever rhymes that are a pleasure rolling off the tongue. The pictures are br [...]

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    7. I was first drawn to the Princess Truly series due to the rich and beautifully engaging artwork. The illustrations give Truly an intangible quality that brings the character to life. My daughters absolutely love Truly's adventures as well as her unquenchable joy and positivity. We will be eagerly awaiting the next installment in the series!

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    8. 2/7/2014 - I read this for preschool storytime this morning and it was a huge hit. More for the illustrations than for the text, but my audience had a great time finding all of the things in the pictures.

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    9. A little girl has magical curls in her hair that can take her places. The story was okay, but I wasn't fond of the cadence of the rhyming.

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    10. Fun rhymes that highlight the unbound limits of girl power and a fabulous 'do?

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    11. I love that her puffy curls are the source of her magic! Cute!

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    12. Princess Truly sets off on new adventures. Her magical hair gives her confidence to believe in herself and her abilities.

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    13. Two Thumbs Up!

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    14. In this delightful and colorful picture book, Princess Truly explores the universe and the past with the help of her magical, sparkling curls. Whether it be dinosaurs, outer space, or ancient pyramids, her magical curls take her on adventures and help her learn, explore, and create new versions of reality! I love the colorful watercolor illustrations and interesting information throughout the book! It makes learning seem fun and adventurous, something I agree with and want my students to believe [...]

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    15. I very much like the positive energy this little girl emanates. While I think it's too long for a preschool story time, it would certainly work in a classroom setting with older children or one on one with an adult reading it to a child. The illustrations alone are vibrant enough to hold the child's attention. I recommend this title for any children's picture book collection.

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