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Pinkalicious Review and Giveaway!

Pinkalicious Review and Giveaway!

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Pink! Pink! Pink! The first time we read “Pinkalicious”, my young daughter’s eyes filled with joy and delight as she exclaimed, “She’s SO beautiful!” Now, several years later, my daughter is still captivated by “Pinkalicious” (and the fantastic series of books that have followed since) and eagerly turns and re-turns the pages. Pinkalicious is a girl she relates to, connecting their similar interests and passion for all things pink. And as my six year old stated, “Plus, she’d be really fun to play with, because she has her own unicorn!” Pinkalicious is the “Ramona” of today’s picture books….a spunky, fun-loving, sometimes mischievous, heroine with a penchant for pink, a wildly delightful imagination, and an infectious playful spirit.

It all started with an innocent cupcake. (I wonder how many stories start that way!) Pinkalicious simply could not resist the puffy pink frosting and lure of the rosy sweet treats. Alas, our pink-loving little lady did not heed the warning of her parents, and ate pink cupcakes to her fuschia-loving heart’s content. When she woke, she was PINK, and suffering from pinkititis! The only cure for pinkititis? Go green! Pinkalicious will have you eagerly awaiting to see her fate. Will she give in and give up her passion for pink or will the lure of those pinkalicious treats be too much to resist?

It’s not just pink….it’s Pinkalicious! Just about every little girl has a love affair with PINK, and the children in your life (especially the girls) will fall in love with this head-strong, fun-loving little girl with a passion for pink. The Kann sisters, Victoria and Elizabeth have brought to life an unforgettable character who is sure to charm the hearts of little girls for many years to come. With charming prose and wonderfully creative illustrations with a vintage flair, Pinkalicious will engage and delight young readers.

One of you will get to win an adorable Pinkalicious book pack courtesy of Scholastic! I found this Pinkalicious Pack in the June Seesaw Club Flyer ! I received “Pinkalicious” by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann, and “Pinkalicious: School Rules” by Victoria Kann. This pack is just $7!! I can’t wait for one of you to delight the pink fanatic at your house!! Good luck and happy reading!!

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  1. My daughter’s favorite color is yellow but she LOVES this story so I’m pretty sure she would choose to turn pink like Pinkalicious! By the way, Barnes and Noble Online Storytime has this story on their website. That is where we discovered it and my little girl asks to watch it all the time!

  2. The girls here also love Pinkalicious….especially the unicorn pet!

    But my oldest daughter would probably be Purplicious if she could!

  3. My granddaughter loves this story! She loves yellow, but I think she would be happy turning pink. As for myself, I love purple. I would love to give this book to her for her birthday in August!

  4. I definitely have a redalicious child – she gets very cross if somebody else takes the red game piece, lol

  5. I have a rainbowlicious child–she like’s em all at the same time!

  6. My oldest would go Purple and my two younger would both choose bright green.

  7. Definitely pink! She is definitely a girly girl who thinks pink is THE color of all colors! Thank you so much for providing this wonderful giveaway!!

  8. My daughter would choose pink and my son red.

  9. My girl would be happy with pink or purple ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. My youngest daughter adores pink, and my oldest loves purple. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  11. My sweet daughter would turn purple

  12. my daughter loves the color orange. She wants everything orange

  13. My Grandaughter is “Pinkalicious” because from the start her Mommy did… & my grandson is “Greenalicious”, he loves Turtles, Frogs & Lizards!!! Thanks for the chance….

  14. My son would be green. My daughter probably pink or purple!

  15. my daughter would love to turn pink!

  16. No specific color, but probably something loud, garish, or neon – kiddo’s at that age where the more irritating something is, the better.

  17. My daughter would choose blue! She loves robins nest blue (as do I). But she loves these books also!

  18. Definitely purple

  19. My daughter is crazy about pink and purple!

  20. My daughter is usually in a shade of violet or navy. Both colors really make her blue eyes pop. They also hide stains very well. ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. I have a pinkalicous daughter and a purplicous daughter. Thank you for the giveaway.

  22. My son wants to be brown because his daddy is brown. ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. I think I would be Purplicious!

  24. Purplicious

  25. My 5 year old is all about the pink, but my 2 year old would be redalicious. ๐Ÿ™‚

  26. let see a limeolicuous a blueolicuous and a redoliciuos

  27. My sons would be blue, and my daughter pink.

  28. Not sure what my daughter’s favorite color is yet…we will see

  29. It would be pink or purple or rainbow ๐Ÿ™‚

  30. My daughter would turn blualicious!

  31. My 3 year old is definitely pinkalicious!!

  32. I know my daughter would love to turn pink, purple and red … although when shes mad she blushes and turns red and when she is cold she turns

  33. my niece would choose purple! she loves this book.

  34. My nieces would love to be pinkalicious–it’s their favorite color because they are such girly-girls!

  35. I think Mia would like to be purpleicious. Me too. *LOL* kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  36. My daughter would love to turn Purplicious!

  37. my daughter loves lavender.

  38. I have to go with the crowd…my daughter would be purplicious too!

  39. My grandaughter, Lydia is PINK, Pink, Pink, no doubt about it.

  40. Purple ๐Ÿ™‚

  41. Purplicious and greenicious!

  42. Blue!!

  43. purplicious girl

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net


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