From School Library Journal
K-Gr 2-Sophia Grace and Rosie are two delightfully entertaining cousins and best friends from England who have repeatedly appeared on The Ellen Degeneres Show. In life, as in this story, they love tutus, tea parties, glitter, and, above all, the color pink. Here, the children plan, prepare, and enjoy their own fancy tea party. They decide on a theme and decorate the room. Each girl writes an invitation for just one special guest. While one sleeps, the other one slips her note under her pillow. They wake up to find that each one is the other's most special friend. "Tea Tips"-simple, fun etiquette-include, "Remember to tell your guests how lovely they look." For fans of Jane O'Connor's "Fancy Nancy" series (HarperCollins) and those who can't get enough of all things girly, this book would be a great addition. As an added treat, readers can see footage from past television appearances of the characters' real-life counterparts online.-Lindsay Persohn, University of South Florida, Tampaα(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
"There has been no one and nothing quite like Sophia Grace Brownlee. It may be early days, but I suspect the precocious and hilarious eight-year-old from Harlow, Essex, will be the breakout internet sensation of the year. ... There is something irresistible about her innocence, her hearty joy in everything she does, her cute 'gor blimey' accent, her girly pink dress and her lack of embarrassment." --THE DAILY MAIL
Sophia Grace "and her cousin, Rosie, continue to entertain viewers throughout the world with their breakout songs and latest Nicki Minaj-inspired performances." --THE HUFFINGTON POST
"Our favorite girls are back!" --OK! MAGAZINE