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Emeraldalicious

Emeraldalicious

Geschrieben von Victoria Kann

Erzählt von Kathleen McInerney


Emeraldalicious

Geschrieben von Victoria Kann

Erzählt von Kathleen McInerney

Bewertungen:
4.5/5 (62 Bewertungen)
Länge:
10 Minuten
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jan 29, 2013
ISBN:
9780062224521
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Everyone's favorite pink-loving gal returns in Emeraldalicious, the imaginative, glitterlicious sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling Pinkalicious!

Pinkalicious combines magic, love, and imagination to turn an ordinary place into an Emeraldalicious world.

Pinkalicious and Peter visit their favorite park, but on the way Pinkalicious's wand breaks. She isn't worried at all, because she knows just what to do. She takes a stick, some vines, and a very special flower to make a magical wand.

When Pinkalicious and Peter finally arrive at the park it's covered in stinky trash! But never fear, Pinkalicious is here with her magical wand, lots of love, and pinktastic rhymes to turn the trash into an Emeraldalicious paradise.

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jan 29, 2013
ISBN:
9780062224521
Format:
Hörbuch


Über den Autor

Victoria Kann is the author-artist of the New York Times bestseller Peterrific, and four #1 New York Times bestselling books Aqualicious, Emeraldalicious, Silverlicious, and Goldilicous. She is the artist and coauthor of the New York Times bestsellers Pinkalicious and Purplicious. In addition, Victoria cowrote Pinkalicious: The Musical which premiered in New York City to sold-out audiences and continues to be performed across the country. Victoria is the co-executive producer of Pinkalicious & Peterrific on PBS Kids. Her award-winning artwork has graced the covers and pages of many magazines, newspapers, and books. She lives with her husband and two daughters. Readers can follow Pinkalicious on Facebook and Twitter. For more Pinkalicious and Peterrific fun, visit www.thinkpinkalicious.com.

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  • (5/5)

    1 Person fand dies hilfreich

    I think its good because I love magic and it has magic in it so I like this story.
    ~Charmy~
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  • (3/5)
    Part of me wonders why I am still reading these. I hate Pinkalicious. In this one she breaks her wand and makes a new one. But she is demanding and snotty. I know the message at the end is supposed to be a good on, but it didn't work for me. They cleaned up the park with “magic” and “love”. Show what it really takes will ya.
  • (5/5)
    I love it.
  • (1/5)

    1 Person fand dies hilfreich

    When Pinkalicious and her brother Peter go walking in their favorite park, they discover that someone has turned it into a trash dump. Undaunted, they use the magic wand that Pinkalicious has just discovered, as well as some rhyming enchantments, to transform the trash and the garden, making everything "Emeraldalicious."The fifth book in author/artist Victoria Kann's best-selling picture-book series about Pinkalicious and her adventures, Emeraldalicious is a thoroughly unappealing book, and (much like its predecessors) had me at a loss to understand its popularity. The artwork is flat and uninteresting, the story poorly thought out, and the heroine obnoxious. I do appreciate the intended message about trying to undo the damage we have done to the environment, but the story simply didn't work. It felt almost as if the real problem for the pink-loving heroine was that she was confronted with something ugly and un-pink, rather than that harm had been done to the natural world. This was also possibly the worst-written of the entire series - something of an achievement, really - with awkward rhymes and poor word choices. The haphazard-feeling "spells" used by the two children - "Television, towel, and a tassel. / I'm a prince who loves his castle. / Please make me one without a hassle!" - really had me wincing. If it weren't for the fact that I'm reading the entire series as part of a project, I probably wouldn't have progressed beyond the initial title. Not recommended.

    1 Person fand dies hilfreich

  • (5/5)
    It was awesome and I need seeds
    if I don't need seeds what do I need
  • (3/5)

    1 Person fand dies hilfreich

    Pinkalicious goes to the park with her brother to discover that it has been trashed. With the help of a magic wand and some rhyming words Pinkalicious and her brother are able to repurpose some of the garbage to make wonderful new things and clean up the park.

    It's a fun read that regular Pinkalicious fans will enjoy with a nice message for April.

    1 Person fand dies hilfreich

  • (5/5)
    This is a story about another adventure that the beloved Pinkalicious goes on with her the brother. They both go for a walk in a park and through their walk they find a park that has been destroyed but trash that they then learn how to recycle and learn how to make things beautiful with plants and love.Its great for children especially towards young girls with this book to learn about how important it is to litter and how recycling can help make the world into a better place. This would be great to help teach students and other young children a lesson about recycling and why it is important. Such a cute and fun read!
  • (4/5)
    Highly Recommended Pinkalicious is back in her 5th hardcover book. Readers will quickly recognize author/illustrator Victoria Kann’s mixed media style and quirky writing. Pinkalicious is in the park with her brother, Peter, looking at all the pink things. Her wand breaks and they find themselves in their favorite park that has turned into a garbage dump. Pinkalicious makes a new wand and cape from leaves and flowers. It turns into magic and helps them to clean up the mess in the park. The garbage is recycled into new things, flowers start growing and steampunk-esque things emerge in the illustrations. Pinkalicious and Peter work hard to transform their space into a “greenatastic garden!”No doubt the little ones will be thrilled see a new Pinkalicious book. This one is perfect for Green Week at school or Earth Day. It would make a great read aloud to K-4 Girl Scouts working on a Journey project on caring for the earth or recycling. This would also be a good fit for elementary schools that have Green Teams. A perfect choice for a story to start a meeting. This would be good on any book display dealing with recycling or Earth Day. Most students who like AR will be pleased to know that this has a corresponding AR quiz. The message is relevant for today’s children and the words are fun read. This would make a good addition to a school library.
  • (4/5)
    Emeraldalicious by Victoria Kann is the fifth of the Pinkalicious picture books and the second one written and illustrated solely by Victoria Kann.Peter and Pink discover that the local dump has expanded into the old field where they have played and picnicked with their parents. Using a magic wand made from a stick and the pieces of Pink's broken wand, the children transform the dump into a luscious, flowering garden as well as playground — with a castle made from old junk.The timing of the release of Emeraldilicious couldn't be more perfect with spring just around the corner. At home my daughter and I have been busy transforming our back balcony into a butterfly garden — a process that is still on-going. Like Pink and Peter, we had to remove some old things and reuse some others. Our magic wands, though, were shovels and spades.Somewhere along in the picture books, the original theme of unintended consequences (too much pink food turning one pink), into something where magic (unicorns, wands and whatnot) is real. Here, it's a magic wand — or rather — an enchanted stick repurposed as a magic wand. Along with the greater emphasis on magic, comes a change in the style of the illustrations — from bold collages (with samples of text and other patterns clearly visible), to an abundance of sparkles. I prefer the older style illustrations of Pinkalicious and Purplicious but my daughter seems taken with the sparkles.