Silverlicious

Book Giveaway! Leave a Comment

Pinkalicious learns a valuable lesson in this book. She loses a tooth, which happens to be her sweet tooth. She can taste nothing sweet. She is disappointed and unhappy when her tooth fairy is too busy to come and help and sends some other interesting guests to help with the problem. She also learns a very valuable lesson on how her attitude may effect how her day goes. This is a fun little book and has very bright and vivid illustrations. Little girls that love princesses will love Silverlicious.

Review by Cindy Dunn, Granite School District Library Media Dept.
Rating: 5 Stars
Interest Level: Grades K-3

Pinkalicious – Official Website
Victoria Kann – Official Website

Silverlicious
Written and Illustrated by Victoria Kann
HarperCollins Children’s Books

Release Date: Feb. 1, 2011
ISBN: 9780061781230

Tags:
, , , , , ,

14 thoughts on “Silverlicious”

  1. This sounds like a very cute book from a very popular series. I can’t wait to get this one in our library!

  2. Terrie Bishop

    I actually bought this book for the library and read it aloud. The kids LOVE it. another copy would be great since there are about 400 kids who ask me for it every week. So creative!

  3. Susan Wilkerson

    I have so many little girls here that love princess books. I will be looking for this one to buy unless of course Cindy lets me have this one.

  4. I purchased some of the other books in this series and the kids love them. They would be so excited if this title was also added to your library.

  5. I am glad there are so many colors in our world. Hopefully that translates to more “color-icious” books from Victoria Kann. Her three previous books have been a favorite in our library. I plan to add “Silverlicious” and Ms. Kann’s future books to our library.

  6. Colorful and pink is just what young people love. It sounds like an interesting
    take on a tooth fairy book. Should be a hit in any elementary library.

  7. This series is so loved by the little girls at our school. This one sounds like a treasure. I can’t wait to read it!!

  8. My little girls love the “Licious” books.. this could be so fun to add to our collection — thanks

  9. One of our male teachers loves to read this series to his class. I can’t wait to read Silverlicious and share it with our students.

  10. The young girls in our school love the “Pinkalicious” books, including each color that has come out. I know they’ll love this one as well.

  11. Nancy Jenkins

    I have loved all of the previous books in this series. The children keep reading them over and over. Storylines are great and so are the illustrations

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top