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  • Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew

    Maryann Cocca-Leffler

    language (Albert Whitman & Company, Feb. 1, 2009)
    Kim wants the kids at her new school to like her, so she tells a teeny, tiny, bitty lie. She says her name is really "K.I.M."—for "Katherine Isabella Marguerite"—and that she comes from a royal family! Pretty soon all the students know there is a princess in the school. Kim wears her golden tiara from dance class and a big fancy ring she won at the arcade. Her little lie grows and grows. When a classmate invites her to a birthday party, Kim says she can't go because her grandmother is coming to visit. But she had told the kids her grandmother was a queen. Now they all want to meet the queen. Kim is in a real bind; her lie has grown too big and it's about ready to explode!This book is specially designed in Amazon's fixed-layout KF8 format with region magnification. Double-tap on an area of text to zoom and read.
  • Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew

    Maryann Cocca-Leffler

    Hardcover (Albert Whitman & Company, March 1, 2009)
    Kim wants the kids at her new school to like her, so she tells a teeny, tiny, bitty lie. She says her name is really “K.I.M.”―for “Katherine Isabella Marguerite”―and that she comes from a royal family! Pretty soon all the students know there is a princess in the school. Kim wears her golden tiara from dance class and a big fancy ring she won at the arcade. Her little lie grows and grows. When a classmate invites her to a birthday party, Kim says she can’t go because her grandmother is coming to visit. But she had told the kids her grandmother was a queen. Now they all want to meet the queen. Kim is in a real bind; her lie has grown too big and it’s about ready to explode!
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  • The Princess and the Lie

    Mary Ann Nelson McAlister

    eBook (maryannart.com, May 31, 2015)
    Once upon a time, there was alovely kingdom, that is, until a dark little lie appears.Follow this fun, entertaining tale, with a moral for all ages. That moral?Tell the truth, after all, you never know when a little fib will turn into anuncontrolable, monsterous mess.
  • Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew

    Maryann Cocca-Leffler

    Library Binding (Av2 by Weigl, Sept. 15, 2013)
    Kim wants the kids at her new school to like her, so she tells a teeny, tiny, bitty lie. She says her name is really K.I.M.for Katherine Isabella Margueriteand that she comes from a royal family! Pretty soon all the students know there is a princess in the school. Kim wears her golden tiara from dance class and a big fancy ring she won at the arcade. Her little lie grows and grows.
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  • Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew by Maryann Cocca-Leffler

    Maryann Cocca-Leffler

    Hardcover (Albert Whitman & Company, July 6, 1656)
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