A Princess Can! (Disney Princess) (Step into Reading)

A Princess Can! (Disney Princess) (Step into Reading)

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  • Title: A Princess Can! (Disney Princess) (Step into Reading)
  • Author: Apple Jordan Francesco Legramandi Gabriella Matta
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A princess can do anything Children ages 4 to 6 will love reading about Merida, Rapunzel, and the rest of the Disney princesses in this Step 1 Step into Reading leveled reader Step 1 readers feature big type and easy words Rhymes and rhythmic text paired with picture clues help children decode the story For children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin readiA princess can do anything Children ages 4 to 6 will love reading about Merida, Rapunzel, and the rest of the Disney princesses in this Step 1 Step into Reading leveled reader Step 1 readers feature big type and easy words Rhymes and rhythmic text paired with picture clues help children decode the story For children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading.

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      Published :2019-03-03T22:56:25+00:00

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    Three short stories about Disney princess are featured in this easy reader. Each story is fast and shows the princess trying to accomplish a task she thought she couldn't. toddler and up

    I think it is fair to assume the only reason anyone purchases this book is because it features Disney princesses. It is supposed to be an "Easy Reader" book, which generally means it is written with simple words on a Kindergarten or first-grade level, right? While the words might be on that level, the actual story of the book is toddler level at most. If you want your child to learn or be entertained, don't get this book. (Unless, of course, you have a 2-year-old who can read.) If you want your [...]

    Cute idea. The book is really short as expected but it's not about just one princess but three. Each of their stories is only a couple of pages. They could have split them up and written three separate really short stories that would have accomplished the same thing but still been enjoyable for young children beginning to read.

    Natalie read this well and I liked the message, which is a big depature from the previous stories focusing on brides, love, and animals. Mirida playing sports and Tiana running her business, both great.

    A decent enough girl power book. So nice to read a princess story that focuses solely on the girl and not the prince.

    For a 1st reader book, this one is surprisingly pleasant for the adult listening. It's 3 very short stories, all with the idea that persistence prevails.

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