It is little Molly Sue's first day of pre-kindergarten, and she is dressed to impress in her pretty princess nightgown, tiara, and pink lip gloss. Molly Sue even feels like a princess! She makes a new friend on the bus, named Julie, and the teachers tell her how nice she looks. But there's a little problem with her princess dress; there's a strict dress code at Molly Sue's new school, and she can't walk around in her nightgown. The teacher has to call Molly Sue's dad to bring her some new clothes, and Molly Sue is embarrassed and scared that her daddy will be angry. What will her father say about her princess dress? And will the other kids still like her, even if she isn't royalty? qPre-K Princessq proves that looks aren't everything. We can be loved for exactly who we are, no matter what we're wearing. It's a scary lesson to learn, but it's also very important!What will her father say about her princess dress? And will the other kids still like her, even if she isna#39;t royalty? aquot;Pre-K Princessaquot; proves that looks arena#39;t everything.
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2010-11|