The Mystic Princesses are on a reading streak this week. They’ve just finished reading Little Green and are chattering away as normal.
Janna started the discussion by saying, “Any book with animals, fish and birds is cool!”
“I agree,” Coral said. “I liked it even though it was meant for younger children.”
Harmonie said, “Books teaching children self-acceptance and acceptance of others could help bring about peace.”
“Yes,” Catie added. “Children would know that everyone is important and has a place in our world.”
“And the book has beautiful pictures, too.” Breanna said.
The Mystic Princesses are talking about the latest chapter book they read, Destiny and Faith’s Summer Adventures by Teddy O’Malley. As usual, they all have plenty to say.
“I’ve always wanted a twin sister,” Harmonie said. “That way I’d always have a friend.”
“Oh, you’ve got us,” Coral replied. “We’ll never leave you.”
“I liked the ghost hunting part,” Catie said returning to the book discussion. “It was funny when the ghost scared them.”
“I thought the funniest part was when they were cleaning the attic,” Janna said. “Cobwebs and spiders don’t scare me.”
“I liked that they found a job teaching their friends American Sign Language,” Breanna said. “Being able to include Dustin who is deaf, in their conversations must have made him feel welcome, even though he just moved into the neighborhood.”
The princesses decided they liked this book so much, they asked PJ to download all of Teddy O’Malley’s other eBooks. They want to read them, as well.