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Fancy Nancy: Pajama Day

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When Bree asks Nancy to be twins for Pajama Day, Nancy's isn't so sure. She wants to wear her elegant new nightgown. But Nancy is disappointed when Bree ends up being twins with another girl in class. It's hard to be one of a kind when two of a kind seems like so much fun. Full color.

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When Bree asks Nancy to be twins for Pajama Day, Nancy's isn't so sure. She wants to wear her elegant new nightgown. But Nancy is disappointed when Bree ends up being twins with another girl in class. It's hard to be one of a kind when two of a kind seems like so much fun. Full color.

Nancy is all set to wear something special for Pajama Day at school. But when Bree and Clara show up in matching outfits, Nancy feels left out. Will this Pajama Day be as fun as she thought?

Specifications

Series Title
Fancy Nancy
Publisher
Turtleback Books
Book Format
Hardcover
Number of Pages
32
Author
Jane O'Connor
ISBN-13
9780606051330
Publication Date
June, 2009
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.80 x 6.10 x 0.40 Inches
ISBN-10
0606051333

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All the children in Na...

All the children in Nancy's class are excited for pajama day. Nancy can't wait to wear her fancy nightgown, so she's torn when Bree wants to wear matching PJs to school the next day. What's worse is when Nancy arrives at school to find that Clara wore the same pajamas as Bree so now Nancy's the odd one out with her nightgown. This is another sweet tale in the Fancy Nancy catalog of titles. The problems tend to be fairly mundane, but very relatable to young children. The bigger issue here isn't pajama day so much as it is about feeling left out. Luckily, the girls figure out how to resolve the problem before anyone gets too, too upset. As usual, Nancy teaches readers new words, such as unique and immature, through her 'fancy' way of speaking. The illustrations continue to charm as well.

I read the original Fa...

I read the original Fancy Nancy book to my nieces, and, at the time, thought that the effect of Nancy stopping every other word to explain that "That's a fancy word for so-and-so" was a little annoying. Having now read several of the early readers, I can honestly say that it is MUCH less annoying when you're not the one reading the book aloud! My niece (who is six and entering the first grade in a week!) found this book easy enough to read with only a little help from me. Help largely consisted of asking her to sound out a word a second time, asking her if the sentence "makes sense" the way she read it, or asking if she's SURE she saw a d (or b, or w) in that word. There were a few words I had to read *for* her, but not more than I'd expect from this style of book. However, it should be noted that she was one of the better readers in her kindergarten class. I especially liked how obvious it was that Nancy felt a little left out and friendless, even before she said she felt "excluded". I will also note that there are an awful lot of sentences on each page. This is a good book for kids in the later stage of "beginning readers", I think, not in the very early stage.

I read the original Fa...

I read the original Fancy Nancy book to my nieces, and, at the time, thought that the effect of Nancy stopping every other word to explain that "That's a fancy word for so-and-so" was a little annoying. Having now read several of the early readers, I can honestly say that it is MUCH less annoying when you're not the one reading the book aloud! My niece (who is six and entering the first grade in a week!) found this book easy enough to read with only a little help from me. Help largely consisted of asking her to sound out a word a second time, asking her if the sentence "makes sense" the way she read it, or asking if she's SURE she saw a d (or b, or w) in that word. There were a few words I had to read *for* her, but not more than I'd expect from this style of book. However, it should be noted that she was one of the better readers in her kindergarten class. I especially liked how obvious it was that Nancy felt a little left out and friendless, even before she said she felt "excluded". I will also note that there are an awful lot of sentences on each page. This is a good book for kids in the later stage of "beginning readers", I think, not in the very early stage.

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