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Daffodil by Emily Jenkins
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Nov 20, 08

bookshelves: picture-book-easy
Read in April, 2005

A very cute story about triplets. Mommy sometimes has a hard time telling her daughters apart, so when they go to fancy parties, she dresses them in colors that match their names—
Violet gets a purple dress, Rose has a pink dress, and Daffodil has a yellow dress. But Daffodil HATES her dress, and one day explodes that she’s never going to wear it again!
This leads the other two sisters to say they actually hate their dresses, too, so Mommy agrees to let them do whatever they choose, even if she can’t tell them apart. This book is
perfect for siblings who want to state their independence, especially twins or triplets. The illustrations are colorful and bright. The faces are a little bizarre, and the page layouts leave a little to be desired, but overall, this is a well done book.

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