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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade: Book 1

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    Paperback (Puffin Books, March 3, 2011)
    "Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus ReviewsPosey is very nervous about starting first grade and walking into school all by herself. Worst of all, she has to do it without the one thing that always makes her feel brave and special: the tutu that turns her into the Pink Princess. How will Posey face the first day of school without it?Make reading sparkle in the chapter book series for first grade readers!
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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Ballet

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Dec. 26, 2014)
    Princess Posey's glittery tutu is extra busy in the ninth book in the chapter book series.Valentine’s Day is coming! Posey is so excited about her special ballet recital and giving cards to everyone at school. Then she learns that one of her classmates doesn’t have any valentines to give out. Can Princess Posey and her tutu find the perfect way to help?
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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade: Book 1

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    eBook (Puffin Books, May 26, 2010)
    Posey is really nervous about starting first grade. Instead of getting walked to her classroom, her mom has to drop her off at the Kiss-and-Go Lane. Then she'll have to walk into school and face the Monster of the Blue Hall all by herself. Worst of all, she has to do it without the one thing that always makes her feel brave and special: the tutu that turns her into the Pink Princess. But when Posey inspires her new teacher to throw a first-day parade in which all the kids are invited to wear whatever makes them feel the most comfortable, first grade starts to look a lot more promising.Posey will charm readers just graduating from easy-to-reads (and from kindergarten). Make reading sparkle with all of the Princess Posey chapter books!
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  • Princess Posey and the New First Grader

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    Paperback (Puffin Books, June 27, 2013)
    The sixth book in the Princess Posey chapter book series, and there's a new kid in class!Posey and her best friends, Nikki and Ava, do everything together. Then, new girl Grace joins Miss Lee's first grade class, and Posey worries that everything will change. Nikki and Ava can't stop talking about Grace's long princess hair, and when she joins the girls' recess games, they like her way of doing things better than Posey's. But when Grace accidentally teases Posey, she's had enough: she doesn't want to play with Grace ever again! Luckily, with a little help from Miss Lee and her trusty princess tutu, Posey realizes just how lonely Grace must feel. Posey partners up with her for reading time, and discovers that Grace could be more than just the new girl, if she gives her the chance."Princess Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus Reviews
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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Play

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Feb. 7, 2017)
    Everyone's favorite first grader, Princess Posey, has to fess up to her biggest mistake yet in this eleventh book in the series!Posey's class has been learning all about bees, and when they plan to put on a play to demonstrate everything they've learned, Posey is thrilled. Posey loves a stage, and she's already got her heart set on the perfect role: the Queen Bee. But when Caitlyn is picked for the Queen Bee, Posey is crushed. Taking matters into her own hands, Posey swipes Caitlyn's special bee eraser when nobody's looking. But after she takes it, she feels worse. Maybe stealing wasn't the right thing to do--but how can she ever make things right? It takes a talk with her mom and a whole lot of courage, but Posey makes an important discovery: owning up to your mistakes is always the right thing to do.Praise for Posey:"Greene doesn't miss a step. Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus Reviews"Greene's simple writing style and straightforward plot is ideal for advanced first graders or beginning second-grade readers."—School Library Journal
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  • Princess Posey and the First-Grade Boys

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    Paperback (Puffin Books, June 26, 2014)
    "Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus ReviewsPosey takes on boys (and bullying) in the eighth book in this charming chapter book series for first grade readers!Will Posey ever be able to get along with boys? Probably not. They barely ever sit still, they make lots of rude noises, and they are just plain annoying. But when Posey teases Henry for being a "weirdo," Miss Lee tells her that she's being a (gasp!) bully. Only by calling on the help of the Pink Princess can Posey step back and see that boys have feelings as well. And maybe, in the end, she can be friends with the boys too.
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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Play

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    eBook (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, Feb. 7, 2017)
    Everyone's favorite first grader, Princess Posey, has to fess up to her biggest mistake yet in this eleventh book in the series!Posey's class has been learning all about bees, and when they plan to put on a play to demonstrate everything they've learned, Posey is thrilled. Posey loves a stage, and she's already got her heart set on the perfect role: the Queen Bee. But when Caitlyn is picked for the Queen Bee, Posey is crushed. Taking matters into her own hands, Posey swipes Caitlyn's special bee eraser when nobody's looking. But after she takes it, she feels worse. Maybe stealing wasn't the right thing to do--but how can she ever make things right? It takes a talk with her mom and a whole lot of courage, but Posey makes an important discovery: owning up to your mistakes is always the right thing to do.Praise for Posey:"Greene doesn't miss a step. Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus Reviews"Greene's simple writing style and straightforward plot is ideal for advanced first graders or beginning second-grade readers."—School Library Journal
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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Ballet

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    language (Puffin Books, Dec. 26, 2014)
    Princess Posey's glittery tutu is extra busy in the ninth book in the chapter book series.Valentine’s Day is coming! Posey is so excited about her special ballet recital and giving cards to everyone at school. Then she learns that one of her classmates doesn’t have any valentines to give out. Can Princess Posey and her tutu find the perfect way to help?
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  • Princess Posey and the New First Grader

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    eBook (Puffin Books, June 27, 2013)
    Posey and her best friends, Nikki and Ava, do everything together. Then, new girl Grace joins Miss Lee's first grade class, and Posey worries that everything will change. Nikki and Ava can't stop talking about Grace's long princess hair, and when she joins the girls' recess games, they like her way of doing things better than Posey's. But when Grace accidentally teases Posey, she's had enough: she doesn't want to play with Grace ever again! Can Posey's princess tutu help her find a way to get along with the new student?
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  • Princess Posey and the First-Grade Boys

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    eBook (Puffin Books, June 26, 2014)
    "Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus ReviewsPosey takes on boys (and bullying) in the eighth book in this charming chapter book series for first grade readers!Will Posey ever be able to get along with boys? Probably not. They barely ever sit still, they make lots of rude noises, and they are just plain annoying. But when Posey teases Henry for being a "weirdo," Miss Lee tells her that she's being a (gasp!) bully. Only by calling on the help of the Pink Princess can Posey step back and see that boys have feelings as well. And maybe, in the end, she can be friends with the boys too.
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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Parade

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Sisson

    Hardcover (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, May 27, 2010)
    Posey is really nervous about starting first grade. Instead of getting walked to her classroom, her mom has to drop her off at the Kiss-and-Go Lane. Then she'll have to walk into school and face the Monster of the Blue Hall all by herself. Worst of all, she has to do it without the one thing that always makes her feel brave and special: the tutu that turns her into the Pink Princess. But when Posey inspires her new teacher to throw a first-day parade in which all the kids are invited to wear whatever makes them feel the most comfortable, first grade starts to look a lot more promising.Posey will charm readers just graduating from easy-to-reads (and from kindergarten). Make reading sparkle with all of the Princess Posey chapter books!
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  • Princess Posey and the First Grade Play

    Stephanie Greene, Stephanie Roth Sisson

    Hardcover (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, Feb. 7, 2017)
    Everyone's favorite first grader, Princess Posey, has to fess up to her biggest mistake yet in this eleventh book in the series!Posey's class has been learning all about bees, and when they plan to put on a play to demonstrate everything they've learned, Posey is thrilled. Posey loves a stage, and she's already got her heart set on the perfect role: the Queen Bee. But when Caitlyn is picked for the Queen Bee, Posey is crushed. Taking matters into her own hands, Posey swipes Caitlyn's special bee eraser when nobody's looking. But after she takes it, she feels worse. Maybe stealing wasn't the right thing to do--but how can she ever make things right? It takes a talk with her mom and a whole lot of courage, but Posey makes an important discovery: owning up to your mistakes is always the right thing to do.Praise for Posey:"Greene doesn't miss a step. Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus Reviews"Greene's simple writing style and straightforward plot is ideal for advanced first graders or beginning second-grade readers."—School Library Journal
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