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Madeline's Tea Party
In this story, Madeline hosts a fabulously dainty tea party. Her naughty friend Pepito makes an appearance as well, and havoc ensues! This easy-to-read book is written in rhyme, and there are full-color illustrations throughout in the same charming style as the original Madeline books.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 24th 2012 by Penguin Young Readers
(first published September 1st 2011)
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This story is about 12 properly poised girls who comes to the fancy Madeline's tea party. Madeline is the youngest of the 12 girls and all are dressed up very formally to attend the tea party. Invited to the tea party also is a boy named Pepito who comes and nearly ruins the party with his rudeness and magic tricks. Later in the story, he feels bad for messing up the tea party but is later greeted by Madeline again with an extra slice of pie for him. This story reflects on being kind to others r ...more
Ludwig Bemelmans published his first Madeline book in 1939. Since then, she has become an unwavering icon of children's literature. With these new easy readers, Bemelmans' grandson John Bemelmans Marciano is appealing to younger readers. In Madeline's Tea Party the tiny Parisian hosts a tea party. One guest, Pepito, is terribly rude from the moment he arrives (nearly an hour late). Pepito spits out the tea, breaks the dishes, and just laughs about it. An angry Madeline orders him to leave, and h ...more
A great book to learn about manners. And the standardized way of starting a Madeline story (from the original Ludwig Bemelmans books) does offer familiarity to a toddler. My boy loves this story and he would ask me to read it over and over. Although this is a level 2 book, there is a metaphor on feeling down, ie "cloud of gloom" and the accompanied by the illustration of a dark cloud over Pepito's head, which might be too advanced for very young kids. However, this is also an interesting way to ...more
Madeline hosts a tea party in which the Bad Hat comes and spoils things. She is still Madeline though, meaning she forgives by the end of the story and shows her usual sunny spirit and bright way of handling things. Cute story, not the best in the series but still fun.
John Bemelmans Marciano carries on the legacy begun by his grandfather, Ludwig Bemelmans, author and illustrator of the Madeline books, with stunning watercolor artwork and playful, energetic storytelling.
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