Princess Posey and the New First Grader, by Stephanie Greene

by Debbie Gonzales on May 28, 2013

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Princess Posey and the New First Grader offers an insightful peek into a tender first grade girl’s social nuances. In it, Posey has a problem. There’s a newcomer in the first grade class, one who threatens Posey’s close friendships, causing her to question her sense of belonging. Grace, the new girl, is the personification of everything that Posey feels she can never be – pretty, charming, and very smart. As the story progresses, Posey discovers Grace’s secret weakness. When Posey slips on her pink tutu, she is empowered to respond to Grace’s special need in kindness, rather than in retribution.

This charming chapter book is the sixth in a marvelous series written by highly-acclaimed author and fellow ReaderKid, Stephanie Greene. Each book in the series is unique in theme and premise, yet consistent in commitment to serving young readers with age-appropriate sincerity and purpose. Greene possesses the remarkable skill of illuminating the emotional resonance of tiny literary moments – important life-changing moments of social and personal awareness.  Princess Posey and the New First Grader will be available for purchase at the end of June, making it the perfect summer read for those gracing the foreboding halls of First Grade in the fall.

Carol Baldwin May 29, 2013 at 4:41 pm

I’ll have to get this book for my rising first grade granddaughter. Sounds charming.

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