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by Jennifer Liberts Weinberg,Francesco Legramandi
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Jennifer Liberts Weinberg,Francesco Legramandi
  • ISBN:
    0736481206
  • ISBN13:
    978-0736481205
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  • Publisher:
    RH/Disney (December 26, 2012)
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1544 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
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Jennifer Liberts Weinberg has written numerous books for young readers, mainly for Random House Children’s . Francesco Legramandi is a children’s book artist and illustrator

Jennifer Liberts Weinberg has written numerous books for young readers, mainly for Random House Children’s Books behind several licensed properties, including Disney and Barbie, as well as several Step into Reading titles. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Francesco Legramandi is a children’s book artist and illustrator. He began working with Disney in the 1990s, and has also illustrated for Marvel and DC Comics. His works include All Dressed Up, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Ariel’s Wavy Curls.

Francesco Legramandi is a children’s book artist and illustrator.

Jennifer Liberts Weinberg has written numerous books for young readers, mainly for Random House Children’s .

Written by Jennifer Liberts Weinberg Illustrated by Francesco Legramandi. Princess Hearts is a part of the Step into Reading Step into Reading®(Step 1) Disney Princess collections

Written by Jennifer Liberts Weinberg Illustrated by Francesco Legramandi. EPUB FXL CPB Trade Paperback. Princess Hearts is a part of the Step into Reading Step into Reading®(Step 1) Disney Princess collections. Cinderella, Rapunzel, Aurora, Belle, Snow White, Tiana, Ariel, and Jasmine celebrate love in many different ways. This Step 1 reader features all the Disney princesses, as well as the princes and friends who love them. Young children ages 4 to 6 who are just starting to read will embrace this book about love. Makes a great Valentine’s Day gift!

About the Author: Jennifer Liberts Weinberg has written numerous books for young readers, mainly for Random . Francesco Legramandi is a children’s book artist and illustrator

About the Author: Jennifer Liberts Weinberg has written numerous books for young readers, mainly for Random House Children’s Books behind several licensed properties, including Disney and Barbie, as well as several Step into Reading titles. Your reader may also like.

This Step 1 reader features all the Disney princesses, as well as the princes and friends who love them

This Step 1 reader features all the Disney princesses, as well as the princes and friends who love them. Young girls ages 4 to 6 who are just starting to read will embrace this book about love. We borrowed this book from the library and I read it to my 3yr old. After a bit, she started to "read" on her own. Of course she was missing words here and there (she is just starting to speak in sentences), but the book was easy to follow. By picture association, easy sentences, and rhymes, she started to read it to me :) of course she is very into disney princesses at this moment so this is the perfect book for her.

Jennifer Liberts Weinberg, Francesco Legramandi. Makes a great Valentine's Day gift! show more.

Cinderella, Rapunzel, Aurora, Belle, Snow White, Tiana, Ariel, and Jasmine celebrate love in many different ways. This Step 1 reader features all the Disney princesses, as well as the princes and friends who love them. Young girls ages 4 to 6 who are just starting to read will embrace this book about love. Makes a great Valentine's Day gift! 

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We borrowed this book from the library and I read it to my 3yr old. After a bit, she started to "read" on her own. Of course she was missing words here and there (she is just starting to speak in sentences), but the book was easy to follow. By picture association, easy sentences, and rhymes, she started to read it to me :) of course she is very into disney princesses at this moment so this is the perfect book for her. I also purchased other step into reading level 1 books for her and she loves them as we'll. only thing is that I did not read carefully...this is a paperback. One of the pages loosened out if the binding and it is starting to look a little worn after several days (she takes it to bed with her). I duct taped it up but I will look for hardcover next time!
TheSuspect
Sounds odd, I know, that someone would say that of a Level-1 "Step Into Reading" book, but as usual with books where the illustrations are the main feature--they're what makes this really interesting. And they are gorgeous! Being a fanatical dog lover and Disneyphile, the cover attracted me immediately. Finally, the Scottish Deerhounds from Brave get some recognition!! Excellent. I had to see the other princess' dogs. Oddly enough, the cover shows Rapunzel holding a puppy who isn't featured in the book at all. S/he resembles Cinderella's new one, so, perhaps a littermate.

As it turns out, the Palace Pets game/toy line really should have been more realistic like some of these canines.

The following princesses either own or simply encounter a variety of dogs in this easy-reader:

Jasmine observes a little stray brown/tan mutt balancing a bone on his nose in the middle of the bazaar. Whether or not she adopts him or finds him a home is not addressed, but he at least looks happy enough with his life of street performing for food.

Tiana meets a plump little red mixed-breed pup (probably part Cocker spaniel?) while out shopping. S/he tugs at her dress, then takes a nap in her lap. Again, we don't know whether the dog winds up being Tiana's or what, but she certainly looks very taken with him/her ("it" from now on, since genders aren't revealed.) The most traditional ways for a princess to obtain pets, it seems, is either to randomly find and adopt a stray, or to receive one as a present--typically from her prince/husband.

Ariel's is an example of the latter. Taking a cue from Jim Dear, Eric gifts her a puppy in a ribbon-tied box. Clearly he bred Max to a female Old English Sheepdog, because this puppy is Max's spittin' image. Adorable! I wonder what she named it. (That goes for all of them. If only this were a Level-5 or something with more detail.)

On the cover, Merida's got two lovely Deerhound puppies--probably either Fergus' two hounds when they were young, or the offspring or one or both of them. My headcanon gives Merida a Deerhound pup named Grady, born of the two adults (Rhona and Evander), as well as an Irish Water Spaniel named Bedelia. So, in the book, Merida and Angus come upon a pup rolling in a mud puddle, and she takes him inside for a bath.

The dwarfs return home to find Snow White tickling a surprise new pet--a brown/tan little mixed-breed pup.

Adam/Beast is looking beastlier than ever these days. He must be taking a page out of Gaston's book and eating five dozen eggs a day, approaching the size of a barge. Gaston just wasn't huge enough for Belle's taste. Anyhow, he has another awesome surprise for her. Some dude is giving away his three Pug puppies, and she gets to choose one. The other two appear to be adopted by an older Chip and one of his sisters. I had imagined her getting one of the loads of French breeds, but somehow a Pug suits her. Mulan and Pocahontas would be thrilled for her.

Rapunzel discovers a "fluffy" (but it's not very fluffy) white puppy in a patch of flowers, and returns it to its apparently stray (collar-free) parents and littermates, who're living on a patch of straw beside some building in town. Because she's got the flower-embellished, braided-up magical infinite blonde hair instead of her true brown, we know that this happened during the "in town" scene in the film. So at that point, she definitely wasn't able to adopt the family, and I doubt there was a local animal shelter. But in happy little books like this, the strays all look happy and in good shape, and are likely treated well by most people in the area. These puppies are a mix of numerous breeds I've guessed at based upon the parents' appearances, which are quite cool.

My favorite entry in this book besides Merida's Deerhounds is Aurora's. By some logic or random selection, she now has two Whippets. (Well, since they're referred to as puppies, I suppose they could be young Greyhounds, but they really look like Whippets. Maybe they're 11 months old or something.) These delightful sighthounds enjoy romping in the grass with her woodland-critter friends and chasing sticks. Awesome.

Prince Charmin' further charms his Cindy with a new little pal for Bruno--a fawn-colored, "colorpoint"-patterned mix.

It's just a shame that Elsa and Anna are still too new to be included in a lot of the princess stuff; I'd have LOVED to see them get some palace pooches.
Landaron
Purchased this book as a gift for my neighbors daughter. When I asked her what she wanted, her reply was, "A PUPPY"! Knowing I couldn't buy her an actual dog, I set out to find books regarding puppies for her. She immediately started reading & flipping through the pages. Excellent book for any princess or puppy fans.
Mala
Good beginner book
Coiron
Great starter book!
Qusserel
I guess it is my fault. I did not look at the number of pages before I bought it. it is not something I would order again. Also I could not get my Kindle Fire HDX to read it.
Jazu
I bought this for my niece and she loves it. She really wants to read and this book is helping. I've shown her how to recognize certain words to pictures on the page and she can now identify on her own. She is just about able to read a full page without help.
These read aloud books with the themes they are interested in are amazing for new readers