The Mystic Princess book club just read Turtle Wish by Murielle Cyr.
“I loved that the book was about sea creatures,” Coral said.
“The part where Hatchling splashed like a baby duckling was funny,” Janna said.
“Oh! Me too,” Breaana agreed. “But the mama duck wasn’t nice to Hatchling, though.”
“I liked the brightly colored pictures,” Catie said.
“I know how turtle feels,” Harmonie said. “I wish I knew my mother, too.”
Turtle Wish is a picture book for young children.
The Mystic Princesses just read The Escape of Princess Madeline by Kirstin Pulioff.
“I liked Princess Madeline,” Catie said. “I wouldn’t want to marry a prince I didn’t love, either.”
“Princess Madeline is so cool,” Janna added. “She does whatever she wants.”
“Well, look where that got her,” Coral replied. “Kidnapped!”
“I was nearly kidnapped, so I wouldn’t have run away from home,” Harmonie replied.
“But she was smarter than her kidnappers, so she escaped,” Breanna said.
The Escape of Princess Madeline the first book in the middle grade chapter book Princess Madeline series. It is a fairy tale for all ages.
The princesses just finished reading The Trees Have Hearts by Mrs. D. Let’s find out what they thought about it.
“I know how it feels to have to move to a new home,” Harmonie said.
“But, at least you still knew the language,” Breanna replied.
“I loved that the little girl made friends with the trees,” Janna added.
“At first, I felt bad that the little girl did not have a name,” Catie said. “But then I realized, that she could be any little girl who moved and needed friends.”
“I’m so glad she learned to speak the language and made friends,” Coral replied.
The Trees Have Hearts can be classified as an Early Reader or Middle Grade book for both boys and girls.
The Mystic Princesses book club just read Jacqueline The Great! The Pirate Captain by Christin Berger. Let’s see what they had to say about the book.
“What a fun book,” Janna said.
“I like Jacqueline’s favorite saying, girls can do anything they want to do,” Breanna laughed. “Pirate captains would have terrorized other captains even more, if they could throw fireballs like mine.”
“She has such a wonderful imagination,” Harmonie added.
“The pictures looked almost real, but not quite,” Catie chimed in. “I’d like to learn how to do that in art class.”
“Finding the pirate treasure was exciting,” Coral said, finishing the discussion.
Jacqueline The Great! The Pirate Captain is a picture book for young children, both boys and girls.
The Mystic Princesses have formed their own book club and are talking about Come Back Dear Sun by Geena Bean.
“I like that Kaylee and Mattie play outside when the sun is out,” Janna said.
“I liked the pictures, because they are colorful,” Catie replied.
“The rhyming was fun,” Breanna chimed in.
“I liked the friendship of Kaylee, Mattie and their other friends,” Harmonie added.
“It was imaginative,” Coral agreed.
Come Back Dear Sun is a picture book great for young boys and girls.