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This entry in the popular Fancy Nancy series is once more focused on all that glitters, starting with its sequined cover. The little girl with the Marie Antoinette updo (and a tiara perched upon an “Ace Plumbing” baseball cap) is ecstatic that her family is considering getting a puppy. Nancy wants the fanciest possible puppy and puppy-sits her posh neighbor Mrs. DeVine’s papillon to convince her family. A series of comic mishaps ensues, with the little dog too fussy even for Nancy. The family finally picks out a big dog from a shelter, with Nancy concluding that “unique” may be better than “fancy.” Preschool-Grade 1. --Connie Fletcher --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
"It's innocent and magical and just the book you want your little girl to read. Utterly charming" Mum reviewing Fancy Nancy "I will be buying more copies of this book for Christmas...my friends daughters would love [it]!" Mum reviewing Fancy Nancy --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Editorial Reviews
Fancy Nancy never disappoints: wholesome values and good story. Girls love.Published 2 months ago by Emily Dickinson
It's hard to find Spanish language books but Fancy Nancy in Spanish is a treat.Published 3 months ago by yvette nunez
I adore the Fancy Nancy books. Not only are they brightly illustrated, clever little stories, but they teach vocabulary in an easy to understand way. Read morePublished 4 months ago by empress8411
This is one of my great-nieces favorite book series. I gave this book and Mermaid Ballet to her for her 5th birthday. She loved them.Published 8 months ago by C. Thorpe