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Fancy Nancy by Jane O'Connor
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Oct 12, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2011, children-s, picture
Read in October, 2011

There's a lot to love about Fancy Nancy, even if some of us are getting a bit tired of her. Fancy Nancy really wants life to be fancy. She learns French words, uses 'fancy' words such as posh, and dresses with the fanciest accessories she can find. She even convinces her family to add some fancy to their lives.

One of the things I like about this book is that the 'fancy' vocabulary is accessible, clearly explained, and actually kind of fancy. Other books in the series aren't quite as strong on this particular point.

Recommended for grades 1 - 2. Fancy girls eat this one up in my elementary school library.

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