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Growing Up with Princess Lizzy: and Her Friends (Volume 2)
Princess Lizzy and her friends head off on more adventures and are learning little life lessons as they go. Lizzy is a young girl with a big heart and a bigger smile. She learns about being a good friend, how to handle an emergency, sharing with others less fortunate, how to talk to a deaf man, and even visits a real farm. The lessons learned along the way are presented in a kind, loving, and humorous way. Originally created for one of my granddaughters, I was urged to share these stories with other young people and those young at heart. Here they are?..hope you enjoy! Lizzy is the new role model for 2013. Princess Lizzy is becoming a house hold name and child?s favorite with its family value charm. Your child?s eyes will light up as they follow Lizzy on her real life adventures. Children will enjoy Princess Lizzy's childlike demeanor as well as the colorful pictorials that help them follow along with her wholesome adventures as they grow up together. ~Heather Henley, mother and grandmother I was a First Reads winner with this book, and I was so excited to get this in the mail. My daughter is 3 and she loves being read to. I liked that the little girl, Lizzy was simple looking, something kids will love with the shapes that make her. My daughter was drawn into Lizzy and enjoyed having this read to her. The real issues being dealt with in the book were simple yet so meaningful at the same time. If it's kindness, learning about life, death, working towards a goal, even wondering where sugar cookie crumbs go after they fall, this book is very sweet. I wish it had a few more stories, because we loved it so much. My family can't wait until the next book! ~Stephanie Larison, mother and avid reader I approached this book with some trepidation as I was unsure how I could handle reading something meant for little children. However, when the first story brought a tear to my eye, I knew that this was one worth reading. Each story, teaches a lesson, is well constructed, and obviously well thought out. From Lizzy realizing that there are others out there in greater need than herself to Lizzy learning how to accept the loss of a loved one, these are tales to capture the imagination of the very young, and perhaps give food for thought to the very old. The book is beautifully illustrated, and each story is short enough not to lose the child?s attention. I cannot recommend it enough. I would give it five stars. ~Robert A. V. Jacobs, Author of the 'Daisy Weal' series of books for Children from 10 to infinity.