Princess Grace by Mary Hoffman (author)

Suitable for 5 - 7 years

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Product description

Grace loves to act out stories, and now the school parade brings her a chance to be a princess! But what do princesses do, apart from wear beautiful clothes and look pretty? Does she have to be all pink and floaty, with a crown? Grace and her friends start finding out about princesses in China, Egypt, the Philippines and Zimbabwe – and on the day of the parade, helped by Ma and Nana, Grace’s school has the finest float of all. As for Grace – she’s a sensation!

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781845076696

Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books

Date published

September 4th, 2008

Lexile measure

AD610L

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.0; Lower years; 0.5 points

Other details

  • 32 pages

Condition

New

Reviews

  1. huma
    on 26 January 2011

    princess grace

    i went to the choclate factory

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What kids think

  1. elliewalkermsn43
    on 10 December 2013

    what is it about

    5 out of 5
  2. lap312i
    on 8 March 2013

    i like the cover

  3. natashakrywald
    on 5 March 2013

    i like the fact that grace is a coulored girl which is not racist

  4. indigobeam
    on 6 March 2012

    I love this book – I love that Grace is black, so that we can see a completely different outlook, as many books are oriented towards white people, but these stories give a whole new outlook.

  5. Scholasticgirl
    on 6 March 2008

    I really like this book. It’s a picture book, so it’s for people younger than me, but it always makes me feel a bit like crying because the ending is so happy. It just goes to show that it is really wrong to say people can’t do things because they are black or a girl or something like that.

    5 out of 5