Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Fancy Nancy at the Museum by Jane O'Conner

Fancy Nancy at the Museum by Jane O'Conner

Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser and Ted Enik

Abstract: Although excited at the prospect of a fancy class trip to the art museum, the bumpy bus ride to get there leaves Nancy feeling anything but fancy.

Harper Collins, 2008.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jamie at TUFW: This bookn is creatively illistrated with surprises on every page. The text does a great job at explaning what different and seemingly complicated words mean while in the context of a fun story that any child can identify with. Nancy is a girl that I think many children would love to get to know.

Brittany H said...

This book is a nice read that would be enjoyed by a beginning reader. It’s a good choice for silent reading time or for students to include on a book list. It is unlikely to become a high-demand classic, but not every book on a classroom’s bookshelf has to be.