Fancy Nancy: Stellar Stargazer! Hardcover – Apr 29 2011
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About the Author
Jane O'Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser are the author and illustrator of the #1New York Timesbestselling Fancy Nancy series. Jane lives with her family in New York City. Robin lives with her family in Southern California.
Desde la publicacion deNancy la Elegante, el closet de Jane O'Connor cuenta con tantas boas, coronas y atuendos brillantes que a veces sus amigas no la reconocen por la calle. Aun reside (esa es una palabra elegante para decir que vive) en la ciudad de Nueva York con su familia y su companero canino, Arrow.
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From the inside flap:
"Fancy Nancy thinks that everything in the sky is simply stellar, from the sun and the moon to the stars and their constellations (that's a fancy word for the shapes the stars make!). So nothing could make her happier than a special sleepover under the stars with her dad and little sister JoJo. Together Nancy and JoJo wish on stars, moon bathe, and even eat astronaut ice cream! But when rain clouds cover up the stars, what's a stellar stargazer to do?"
Fancy Nancy is one of my all time favorite picture book characters. Glasser's illustrations are absolutely beautiful and so detailed. O'Connor tells an entertaining story (sometimes with a lesson) that keeps young readers coming back for more.
In this installment, Nancy, her sister JoJo and the reader learn about stars. O'Connor includes "Stellar Facts" among the illustrations, making this an excellent supplement to a lesson on stars and planets.
Recommended for Kindergarten through 2nd Grade (though older fans of Fancy Nancy would also enjoy this book.)
Mrs. Archer's rating: 5 of 5!
My only minor complaint is that they state very concretely that there are no aliens (which seems like an out of place comment since they are just talking about the moon and stars in this book). I think this is very open to debate, it seems odd that they say this in here like it's a fact. I'm just saying, the universe is a huge place, the probability of lifeforms elsewhere in it is pretty high. Anyway, when I read this book I add "on the moon" when I read that "there aren't any aliens"--that's much more accurate and has actually been scientifically proven.
The book also shows Nancy and Jo Jo playing together a lot--it's nice seeing a kids book with siblings getting along, rather than just arguing all the time for low-brow comedic effect.
Finally, the cover glows in the dark! Yes, this actually was a big selling point, kids love things that glow in the dark.
The book does a good job of teaching (in a fun way) a lot of cool stuff about the stars and moon etc.
A decent library checkout. Not bookshelf worthy.
Also, the glow in the dark is only on the outside paper, not the actual book cover.
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