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Emeraldalicious (Pinkalicious) Hardcover – January 29, 2013
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The story does not flow; it is choppy and too contrived. There seemed to be so much effort putting the environmental spin on it, that it destroyed the story. There was a great deal of potential but Emeraldalicious fell flat.
Early in the book, while walking through the woods, Pinkalicous breaks her wand. Instead of getting upset about it, she quickly makes a new one out of a sticks and flowers with the help of her little brother. This new magic wand becomes the tool for a great new pretend adventure with her little brother when they come across lots of stinky trash thrown all over in the woods. This magic wand proceeds to make new, beautiful things out of the junk that had been strewn about, which teaches recycling and reuse in a kid friendly way. Pinkalicious and her little brother Peter work well together building a shiny new Emeraldalicious world. While this is a pure fantasy story and is a little more "out there" than some, it will exercise a child's imagination while emphasizing working through problems and finding solutions, recycling and reuse, teamwork, beautifying nature and pretend play that is great skill for kids to learn.
Long story short, the book has a positive and fun story with a happy ending and nice artwork. While it isn't my favorite Pinkalicous book, my girls like it. Recommended for your Pinkalicious Fan!Read more ›
This was such a fun book to add to my collection and now I hope to own all of the `licious books.
"Television, towel, and a tassel. I'm a prince who loves his castle. Please make me one without a hassle!"
This book is about a little girl who thinks she is a princess and has a very big imagination. Her brother and she are on a walk when she falls and breaks her tiara and wand. They make a new one out of flowers and vines. Suddenly the wand flies away. They stumble upon an area that is covered in garbage and a tree that is dying. With a little bit of magic, they turn the garbage into stuff that a princess would have, like a throne, and then with a wave of her wand, flowers started growing where it was clean. She uses the garbage to make other items for her brother and her.
This book was so colorful and the castle made out of garbage was excellent as you could see all of the different items used, like spoons and cups. If you haven't read this book before, don't wait any longer!
*This book was provided in exchange for an honest review*
*You can view the original review at San Francisco & Sacramento City Book Review
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautiful illustrations. But the story is a little awkward. It is sort of weird to make up a rhyme and trash starts flying through the air. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great book for a beginning reader. I read this book with my almost 7 year old grand daughter. She would read one page and I would read another. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Julie W. Snyder
Not the best in the series. I bought because of my rabid 4 year old pinkalicious fan but she still primarily asks for the original book, this one is pretty forgettable.Published 11 months ago by Vikki J. Herrera
Book was bought for granddaughter and she was pleased which in turn makes me like it. Delivered as promised, on time and packaged well.Published 13 months ago by Dale E. Billeb