The Princess Twins and the Birthday Party written by Mona Hodgson and illustrated by Julie Olson

I Can Read! Princess Twins series
Category: beginner readers, faith-based
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Release Date: March 1, 2016
Age Range:  4 - 7
Grade Level: p - 3
Princess Wiggles' Rating: 4-stars

Description

A lesson in kindness. In this Level-One I Can Read, Princess Emma and Princess Abby get dressed up just right for their special day—their birthday! When their guests arrive for their birthday party in beautiful dresses, Emma can't find her friend Beth, who has headed home because she thinks her dress is too plain for the royal party. Will Emma find a way to help Beth?

This Level-One I Can Read teaches girls what it means to be a princess for the true King.

Review

The Princess Twins and the Birthday Party is a simple sentence book for eager readers.  The central message is about showing kindness to your friends.  An excellent resource to start a more in-depth conversation with your child.

The Princess Twins and the Birthday Party is unfortunately very similar to The Princess Twins and the Tea Party.  So similar that my Princess Wiggles kept saying that we had already read this book.  Two different messages though so you can start two separate conversations.

If your child struggles with ed endings, you will find this a truly helpful read.  The following are in the book (some more than once):
- hugged
- jumped
- picked
- pinned
- popped
- twirled
- walked

Princess Wiggles is right on with her 4 star rating.  Enjoy it with your child.

I received a review copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. My thanks to the author and publisher.