Kids (even princesses) have moments of being brave every day. Often it goes unnoticed, even to them.
In Princess Ruby’s Make-Up Ballet Class, Princess Ruby tackles a new and seemingly scary situation and learns what it really means to be brave in everyday life.
– A great way to help children gain a healthy perspective on things that are new and uncomfortable.
– Newly added Glossary Of Dance Terms used by this princess ballerina.
– Inspired and happy ending that leaves your little princess (or prince) in a great place for sleep!
I gave this to Buggy to read. I didn’t think Buddy would care much about it being that it focused on a girl and ballet class, so I let Buggy read this one just to herself.
It took her a little longer to read which I liked because it meant she couldn’t fly through it within minutes and be done. I think it took her longer because some of the words were a little tougher for her since they were ballet terms, but it gave me a good giggle listening to her read her “ball-et” book (yes, she pronounced the ‘t’).
When she finished she shared that she really liked the book – something I knew she would. She’s a little girl (just like Princess Ruby) and it was about ballet (which Buggy enjoys). I am not sure she quite the “moral” of the story, but I know she enjoyed the book and will read it again.
I personally enjoyed the colorful illustrations. On the kindle, the pages were a little silly so one sentence tends to be on the next page, but it really isn’t a big deal and does not affect the story in any way.
I must thank the author for provided me the Queen’s name in the very beginning. Without it, I could only imagine the things Buggy and I would have called her! And the definitions at the end helped Buggy grasp the words she was saying as well by putting a meaning to them!
Overall, we really liked this book and I found it suitable for my 7 year old daughter.
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