Published by: Zonderkidz
By: Jeanna Young and Jacqueline Johnson
Illustrated by: Omar Aranda
This book tells about a group of sisters, princesses, who are on their way to an Easter celebration. The girls are racing a group of boys, but they are slowed down when they come across a little girl who has lost her family. The girls take the time to help the little girl rather than worrying about winning the race.
The pictures in this book are colorful and fun.
How strong is the book?
Who the book is for:
The back of this book says that it is for ages 4 through 8, and I think that that is pretty appropriate.
What I liked:
I like the sparkly cover - yes, maybe my niece gets her love of glitter from me. :)
I like the fact that this is a book about a group of sisters - and a big family.
The pictures are fun and the idea behind the story is kind of cute.
What I didn’t like:
The story is a bit scattered and random, and a bit long.
Overall, I thought that this was an okay read.
I give A Royal Easter Story 3 out of 5 stars.
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