Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade

Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade Posey is really nervous about starting first grade Instead of getting walked to her classroom her mom has to drop her off at the Kiss and Go Lane Then she ll have to walk into school and face the Mon

  • Title: Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade
  • Author: Stephanie Greene Stephanie Sisson
  • ISBN: 9780399251672
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Posey is really nervous about starting first grade Instead of getting walked to her classroom, her mom has to drop her off at the Kiss and Go Lane Then she ll have to walk into school and face the Monster of the Blue Hall all by herself Worst of all, she has to do it without the one thing that always makes her feel brave and special the tutu that turns her into the PinPosey is really nervous about starting first grade Instead of getting walked to her classroom, her mom has to drop her off at the Kiss and Go Lane Then she ll have to walk into school and face the Monster of the Blue Hall all by herself Worst of all, she has to do it without the one thing that always makes her feel brave and special the tutu that turns her into the Pink Princess But when Posey inspires her new teacher to throw a first day parade in which all the kids are invited to wear whatever makes them feel the most comfortable, first grade starts to look a lot promising.Posey will charm readers just graduating from easy to reads and from kindergarten Make reading sparkle with all of the Princess Posey chapter books

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    1. Posey s tattered tutu is a source of comfort and confidence, and she doesn t want to start first grade without it I loved the quiet, thoughtful scenes and the lovely illustrations.


    2. The issues that 6 year olds have to deal with don t have to be serious to be good learning opportunities There seem to be a plethora of these books nowadays are they responses to Junie B Jones, loved by kids but not so much by teachers and parents worried about her grammar I think the Anna Hibiscus series is my favorite and not just because it s multicultural But this and Violet Mackerel, Ruby Lu, and Alvin Ho are good, too Do you know others to recommend to me These are quick comfort reads for [...]


    3. Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade is a super fun chapter book It s a great introductory book for a student transitioning to longer reads It also has a very important message for children who are developing a sense of self Posey has her own special style and feels most comfortable wearing her favorite pink tutu When she s invited by her new first grade teacher to come to school in her tutu she s instantly confident and thrilled to begin the school year I love the message that wearing what [...]


    4. Posey is such an adorable character I cannot believe I did not know about these books I discovered them by accident while at the library, which is why you should always take the time to look over the shelves You never know what you ll find.This book is a great read aloud to the kindergartner to first graders in your life Posey is an inspiration, asking the right questions and wanting to just be 6.In the first book, she is initially afraid of starting first grade because her mom will have to drop [...]


    5. K 6 loves this beginning reader I love that it is a chapter book that is both easily read by a 1st grader and not obnoxious at the same time


    6. This is adorable I wish little girls would read these instead of Junie B Bummed that I didn t know about this series sooner





    7. Charming series for beginning readers, particularly girls Fans of judy moody, clementine series would enjoy this May be slightly easier then those so read it prior to those series


    8. In Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade, Posey is about to start the first grade and she is feeling a bit nervous Between the fact that all parents are supposed to kiss and go from the drop off line and the fact that the two boys who live next door have told her that there is a monster in the blue hall where the first grade classes are, Posey just wants to stay home If only she could wear her beloved ballet tutu to school, then she could be brave When her grandfather takes her out for ice c [...]


    9. Thanks to some older boys in her neighborhood, Posey is very worried about the first day of first grade In kindergarten she was allowed to have her mother escort her to class, but the older kids in her school have to say goodbye in the Kiss and Go lane of the parking lot, and then walk down the long hallway alone It is this hallway that the big kids, Nick and Tyler, insist is inhabited by scary monsters and snakes She knows the boys are teasing, but the scary images won t leave Posey s mind Thin [...]


    10. Posey loves to wear her pink tutu that makes her feel special When she wears it, she is Princess Posey, the Pink Princess, who can go anywhere and do anything However, when her mother tells her that she can t wear it at school, how is she going to face the first day of first grade without it To add to Posey s fears, her neighbors who are brothers tell her that she ll have to walk all the way down the hall by herself and that a blood sucking monster or hungry snakes usually get them first After d [...]


    11. This series makes a great introduction to chapter books for kids in 1st grade As a librarian, I am always looking for books that make the transition from early readers to chapter books a fun experience, and these books fit the bill The illustrations do a fine job of breaking up the text, so it is not so intimidating to read And the smooth writing makes for a great read a loud I plan to use these with my upcoming first graders.While these books seem to be girly books, Posey does like to pretend s [...]


    12. Posey is starting grade one and she doesn t like the idea of not having her mommy all day or having to be dropped off and left alone She wishes she could wear her favorite outfit, a pink tutu that even though it as a hole in it and is torn makes her feel like a princess, Princess Posey The boys next door are of no help, they try to convince her that there are monsters at school who like to get the first graders Princess Posey is a cute and quick chapter book great for teaching your little ones t [...]


    13. When ordinary first grader Posey puts on her pink tutu over her clothes, she becomes Princess Posey, who can handle anything life throws at her But when her mom tells her she can t wear her tutu to the first day of first grade, Posey isn t sure she can handle the big, grown up world of all day school A chance encounter with her new teacher Miss Lee at the grocery store makes Posey even nervous Can Miss Lee help Posey feel better about going to school I resisted reading Princess Posey for a long [...]


    14. I read this book in search of beginner chapter books for a particular group of students Parents are looking for engaging books in which the main character doesn t use language that they discourage their own children from using, such as name calling dumb and stupid This can be tricky This is a quick, easy read, but there is the threat of a monster in the first grade hall Most first graders don t make it to their classrooms , Tyler said The monsters get them first, said Nick It sucks out their blo [...]


    15. Endearing very early chapter book about facing fears advocating for oneself Posey is nervous about starting first grade She feels very brave in her tutu, but can t wear it to school Her logic is true to kid logic For instance, she curls up in a ball under the table to convince her mom she s too small for school Also, she says to her baby brother It s all your fault I was the baby before you got here The adults in this book are very empathetic Kid life is hard They get it It makes for a comfortin [...]


    16. Posey is not so sure about starting 1st grade It feels like her mother is leaving her, since she won t be walking her to class like in Kindergarten, and some of the older boys she knows tell her scary things about the 1st grade hallway But a chance run in with her smart, sensative teacher to be makes all the difference.A well crafted and fun early chapter book Since it takes place before the start of 1st grade, it might make a fun read aloud for parents to read aloud during the summer after Kind [...]


    17. Very cute Posey is a relatable character who goes through something almost every child experiences at some point leaving their parents to go to school Lots of white space, good black and white pictures Chapters help young students make the transition between easy readers and chapter books One weird thing though is when her neighbors were teasing her and she poked one of them with a stick to see what color his blood was, but it never said what happened after that Did she get in trouble Was the bo [...]


    18. This book was SO CUTE We will be looking for other Princess Posey books at the library It is a wonderful story about a little girl getting ready to start 1st grade Sara really enjoyed the story, and I really liked the end of the book I don t know if this is true of all in this series, but at the end of this book, there was a section called Poseys Pages and it was like a getting to know you type section, where you can have some interaction I loved asking the questions to Sara and hearing her answ [...]


    19. Posey is about ready to enter first grade, and she s just not quite sure it s going to be for her Especially when her older neighbors warn her about the monsters in the hallways, and mom tells her she won t be able to wear her pink tutu on her first day An beginning reader with 10 short, chapters and spot illustrations throughout This would make a great transition for girls who aren t quite ready for Junie B and would also make a great read aloud Discussion questions are included in the back s


    20. Posey s favourite piece of clothing is her pink tutu But when her mother tells her she can t wear it to Grade 1, Posey begins to get worried And all of her fears about Grade 1, staying all day, monsters in the Grade 1 hallway, start to become bigger Suddenly she doesn t want to go to school But a chance encounter with her Grade 1 teacher may mean that she gets to wear her tu tu after all.A very sweet little book about entering first grade Given the topic being Grade 1, this would work best as a [...]


    21. Posey is nervous about starting first grade Her mom won t walk her to her classroom she will get dropped off in the kiss and go lane She will have to walk down the long, blue hallway to her classroom by herself She won t be able to wear her favorite pink tutu Everything turns out ok when Posey meets her teacher and she decides on a first grade parade in your favorite clothes for the first day of school I think this is a great beginning chapter book Posey deals with issues that other kids definit [...]


    22. This is a perfect first series for new readers who are beyond easy readers but need a challenge Posey is a first grader and the minimal plotline deals with the same types of things most first graders deal with.Lots of spot illustration throughout to keep even Kindergarteners happy Not only good for a blossoming reader, but a terrific read aloud as well.This new series fills a niche between EZs and Clementine.


    23. This will appeal to all the young girls who love to wear tutu skirts Posey isn t happy to hear that she won t be able to wear her favorite outfit to school Her ballerina outfit has a few rips and tears in it Her grandpa introduces her to her first grade teacher at the grocery store and they talk about their favorite clothinge teacher s are some ratty old tennis shoes The teacher decides all the kids should wear their favorite clothes on the first day of school for a parade.


    24. I really enjoy this series It isn t too wordy that a fresh out of kindergarten er gets lost and it deals with the reality that little kids face Posey s sometimes impulsive behavior seems really true to life and my children and I enjoy the humor the author weaves through each story My children and I can finish at least one book within thirty minutes and it keeps our attention the whole way through.


    25. Great for 1st grade girls who are advance readers, too The reading level is 2.8 My first grader loves, loves, loves these books She wishes there were 99 books in the series.Posey is a first grader who is sweet, but timid Her personality fits most 1st graders, I think She is ready for the big world, but not so sure Each book has a conflict that is a normal 1st grader conflict In this book, she is excited, but timid about going to first grade Aren t all new first graders


    26. Posey nervously anticipates her first day of first grade She d love to wear her favorite tutu that day and be Princess Posey, the Pink Princess, but her mother says no A chance encounter at the store with her new teacher inspires Miss Lee to invite all her new first graders to wear what they want and be part of the first grade parade A simple story that reassuringly addresses some of the common fears children have.


    27. Pretty cute little book about a first grader who is nervous as all get out about starting school Mama can t walk her to her classroom door like she did in Kindergarten she has to kiss her goodbye in the hallway , and she can t wear her favorite pink tutu First grade is bound to be horrible Thank goodness her teacher comes up with a clever idea for the first day of school Someone should try it


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