Olivia and the Fairy Princesses
In this picture book starring the world’s most imaginative pig, Olivia embarks upon a quest for identity with very lofty goals—and being a princess is NOT one of them!Olivia is having an identity crisis! There are too many ruffly, sparkly princesses around these days, and Olivia has had quite... show more
In this picture book starring the world’s most imaginative pig, Olivia embarks upon a quest for identity with very lofty goals—and being a princess is NOT one of them!Olivia is having an identity crisis! There are too many ruffly, sparkly princesses around these days, and Olivia has had quite enough. She needs to stand out! She has to be special! She wants to do more than just fit in! So what will she be? Join Olivia on a hilarious quest for individuality, and rest assured, you won’t find THIS pig pleased to be in pink!
Publish date: August 28th 2012
Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 40
Edition language: English
Olivia!! taratara Olivia! taratara Oliiiiiiiiiivia!(Lo mejor que hay en la tele para chicos -después de ZAMBA. El único dibujito que soporto ver con mi hijo. Voy a conseguir los libros como sea!!)
October 3, 2012Falconer offers something else to all the girls who don't want to be sucked into the princess industry. Both my daughters and I give it two thumbs up. Or, you know, hooves, if that's more appropriate. (Trotters?) We love feisty, difficult, but ultimately fascinating Olivia.Library cop...
This book had such promise! The voice and Olivia's interesting and odd choices were so funny throughout the book. I laughed out loud when she said, 'Just the part where everyone gets eaten.' Then at the end when she made her final decision, it was so anti-climactic I wished Falconer had just put 'th...
The ending is abrupt, but how can you not like Olivia?
It has been previously mentioned once or twice that Olivia is my favorite. It is true. Olivia rules.In this one, my particularly favorite part, other than the end, which is awesome, is the Martha Graham page. Also, good use of the words "corporate malfeasance." And Ian Falconer's drawings are, a...