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Pinkalicious: Dragon to the Rescue

Pinkalicious: Dragon to the Rescue

Escrito por Victoria Kann

Narrado por Clara Young


Pinkalicious: Dragon to the Rescue

Escrito por Victoria Kann

Narrado por Clara Young

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4/5 (51 avaliações)
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7 minutos
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Lançado em:
Aug 11, 2020
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9780063027206
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Readers can watch Pinkalicious and Peterrific on the funtastic PBS Kids TV series Pinkalicious & Peterrific!

Pinkalicious and her friends have s’more fun in this new Pinkalicious I Can Read adventure brought to young readers by #1 New York Times bestselling author Victoria Kann.

When Pinkalicious and her friends want to roast marshmallows at a backyard camping party, it’s too windy to keep the campfire lit! Luckily, Pinkalicious has a friend who can help. It’s Gertie the dragon to the rescue!

Pinkalicious: Dragon to the Rescue is a Level One I Can Read, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

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Sobre o 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)
    It's creative and magical just.....just perfecto that's all to say Thanks!
  • (4/5)
    My DD LOVES this book - she has it memorized. It is very cute and teaches a wonderful lesson!
  • (1/5)
    A young girl who is obsessed with all things pink finds herself turning her favorite color, after eating one too many pink cupcakes. Her parents are horrified, and rush her to the doctor, who diagnoses a case of Pinkitis, and recommends a healthy dose of vegetables. The girl herself isn't convinced that being pink is a bad thing, but when continued cupcake eating turns her a deep shade of red, she realizes that being herself is best...The first of a best-selling series of picture-books about this girl and her color-related adventures, Pinkalicious is utterly unappealing, and I find myself at a complete loss to understand its success. The artwork is flat and formulaic, the main character obnoxious, and the story unsatisfying. I disliked the fact that eating vegetables was described in such a viscerally negative way in the story - don't we have enough of a problem getting children to make healthy food choices? - and wasn't thrilled at the way the heroine's bad behavior (lying, stealing) was addressed, mostly because it wasn't. I'm in the midst of a project at work to read through our picture-book section, so I will (unfortunately) be picking up more of these books, but I don't really recommend this one. I understand that the sparkly cover, prominence of pink, and presence of cupcakes might hold great appeal, especially for young girls, but there are better series out there - the Fancy Nancy books, the stories about Tallulah the ballerina - that fit the bill. Try one of those instead!
  • (3/5)
    I know these books are incredibly popular and maintain their popularity with a tv show, but after reading the first book, I’m not sure I get it. All i see is a whiny child that does not like to listen, and turns herself pink in the process. Then red. She doesn’t do what she is told, and only does so under protest, and then complains. I don’t get it. But on to the next on.
  • (5/5)
    I had to read this to my child 20,000 times. based on only that, this merits 5 stars.
  • (3/5)
    This story has a cute premise. It is rhythmical and full of wordplay that I thought was fun. There are a lot of words that can incorporate the word pink! And the pictures have a lot of color, which was nice. However, this isn't my favorite book. The main character is incredibly bratty and hasn't really learned her lesson by the end of the story. I'm not worried about kids taking that the wrong way, though. They know what's bad and what's good behavior. From personal experience, they recognize that the girl isn't behaving like she should. But I personally like to have a strong lesson in children's books, and this one just doesn't fulfill that. I would have liked to see more consequences of the little girl staying pink, since there is only one time that it really backfires on her.Like I said, this is a cute story. Children who love the color pink will especially like it. But be warned, they will most definitely beg you for pink cupcakes by the end of the book.
  • (4/5)
    Pinkalicious is a little girl who is obsessed with the color pink. Pinkalicious only wears pink things, plays with pink things, draws with pink things, and her room is all pink. When Pinkaliicious goes to school other the other girls make fun of her for liking the color pink and Pinkalicious goes home and cries. She decides to no longer like pink because she wants to fit in. She even gets vanilla ice cream instead of her favorite Plum Pink Perfection. One day Pinkalicious goes to school and notices a girl drawing a blue cake. She goes to talk to the girl and suggest she adds pink. She learns the girl also likes pink. Pinkalicious learns everyone likes different things but that's what makes everyone unique. Pinkalicious returns to loving pink.
  • (5/5)
    A young girl loves the color pink. One day her mom was making cupcakes and wanted the little girl to help pick out what color to choose. She chooses pink of course, her favorite color. After consuming way too many pink cupcakes she wakes up all pink. After visiting the doctor her mother feeds her only green things to eat. She pretends to eat the green vegetables. Later on she sneaks into the kitchen and eats another cupcake, soon after she turns red. Not wanting to be red she eats nothing but green things and returns to her normal color. In the classroom: story time, listening skills
  • (5/5)
    My granddaughter, Cora, loves this book!
  • (3/5)
    A little girl eats so many of the pink cupcakes she and her mother bake on a rainy day, that she turns pink. At first she enjoys being pink and tries not to change back, but then she takes it too far and ends up RED. This wont do so she eats her greens so she can turn back into a normal girl.

    It's a fun, silly book that definitely has a lesson about over indulging here. The book is as vibrantly colored as it sounds like it should be and overall extremely enjoyable.
  • (4/5)
    Pinkalicious by Elizabeth and Victoria ConnAudio book. Little girl is obsessed with the color pink. Rainy and too wet to go outside so they make pink cupcakes.She has her mom add more pink coloring. They also frost them with pink frosting.I lost track after 6 how many she ate and she wants more. Dad says she's had enough. Problem is when she woke up she had turned pink...A bath didn't take the pink out of her hair or skin. The doctor might have the solution....but she doesn't quite do what he says.... and her brother does not either...I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).
  • (4/5)
    made pink cupcakes, little girl turned pink from eating too many. Got pinkatitous. helps kids learn to eat healthy.
  • (4/5)
    I liked this book because I thought it was very cute. The main character and her mother bake pink cupcakes and the little girls eats a lot of them and then she turns pink! I think many young girls would love this book because it would make them laugh. However, I do not see many young boys wanting to read this book. The little girl’s parents tell her not to eat too many or else she will turn pink, but she did not listen to them. The message of the story is to listen to your parents because they know what is best for you. I like this message for young students because this is when students can start not wanting to do everything their parents tell them to do. Overall I thought this book was good, but the concept did not strike me as well as some other books did.
  • (4/5)
    I liked "Pinkalicious" by author and illustrator Victoria Kann and author Elizabeth Kann. I liked the illustrators use of mixed media that built detail into places like Pink's Mothers kitchen and the vivid use of colors like and pinks and purples that emphasized the consequences of Pinks inability to control her impulses. I thought the story was clever and enjoyed the restatement of the Mother's cry of "you get what you get and you don't get upset" which seemed to emphasize the theme of the story that Pink's decisions lead to her getting exactly what she wants only to find that it may not be worth it. I liked that this was the big idea of this story, and that we see the consequences in comic and exaggerated outcomes.
  • (4/5)
    Summary of book: Pinkalicious is about a little girl who loves the color pink. She paints in pink, has a pink dress, and her entire room is filled with pink things. There are tons of kids at her school whom try to discourage her from liking the color pink, so she becomes sad and tries not to like the color pink. One day a girl in her class painted a blue cake, but decided she needed to add some pink to her cake to make the color purple. Pinkalicious realized just how important the color pick really is, and she also made a new friend. Personal Reflection: I personally do not the color pink very much either, but it is sad when peer pressure affects the way people live their lives. Mixing colors and experimenting on paper is important for children to experience to express themselves. Pink may not be my favorite color, but I wouldn't want someone making fun of me for liking the color purple. Extension of Book: My first extension idea would be to paint two pictures, one of items in our bedrooms that have our favorite colors, and another picture where we mix our favorite color with our neighbors favorite color to see what color is made. My second extension idea is to have show and tell where the day before the kids bring in their favorite colored toy from their house.
  • (5/5)
    Great story especially for those girls who love pink - I'm renewing this book at the Library!
  • (4/5)
    This book is about a young girl who loves the color pink, especially pink cupcakes. When she eats too many of them, she ends up turning pink! The doctor tells her to stop eating the cupcakes and start eating green things, such as vegetables. This story helps readers to learn about a healthy diet and healthy foods to eat instead of junk food and desserts.
  • (1/5)
    This book teaches kids that it is alright to whine to get what you want, to get upset when your parents tell you "no," and to disobey your parents if they don't let you do what you want. It promotes eating healthy as a gross, "icky," negative thing, where one needs to plug their nose and choke down vegetables. All in all it teaches children horrible manners.
  • (2/5)
    Everything pink!!!
  • (4/5)
    So girls will check out this book because it is pink and glittery and the little girl is rude to her parents, eats too much sugar, hangs from the chandelier and finally turns bright pink! (Her punishment for being greedy) Wow! Great storyline (insert sarcasm here). The illustrations are awesome though, they totally make the book. Can you say "Bad Case of Stripes"?
  • (4/5)
    Genre: Fantasy because Pinkalicious physically turns pink from eating too many pink foods. She is told if she eats green food, she will turn back to normal. It is obvious this is not possible in reality.
  • (2/5)
    I didn't particularly care for the storyline or illustrations.
  • (5/5)
    I thought this book was really cute. I read it because it's a favorite among the 3rd grade girls at the school I work at. I can definitely see why. It's avery girly story about a girl who eats too many pink cupcakes and turns pink. She loves pink and loves being pink. Then she goes to the park and is attacked by bees and birds and bugs because they think she's a flower. Then she decides to sneak one last pink cupcake and wakes up red the next morning. She doesn't want to be red so she follows the doctors' orders and eats a lot of green food and turns normal again. She realizes she is beautiful just the way she is, without being pink. The story itself is a lot of fun and the illustrations are a huge complement. They are fabulous - very colorful, lots of pink, and lots of different techniques. The people in the story aren't realistic, but some of the details like the clothes, accessories, furniture are very realistic. The birds and butterflies have patterns like they've been cut out of a magazine. Overall, great story and I think it's a great book for a read aloud.
  • (2/5)
    Between this and Double Pink by Kate Feiffer, that makes TWO books in 2006 about little girls that turn pink. I don't love this one. The text seems longer than it needs to be and silly, but not in a good way.
  • (4/5)
    Can you guess what this book is about? A little girl who loves PINK! She wants to only eat pink candy and then she begins to turn pink! She is brought to the doctor by her parents and he suggests she eat GREEN vegetables which she finds gross! She sneaks another pink treat, and becomes dark pink (almost red!) She ultimately comes to the conclusion that vegetables aren't all that bad! One problem.. her little brother now loves pink food... Uh oh!
  • (4/5)
    Another popular book with little girls, this one involves a girl who eats a few too many pink cupcakes. Not quite Fancy Nancy in my book, but still very cute!
  • (2/5)
    Kind of a spoiled brat book, very girlie book
  • (5/5)
    A little girl and her mother bake delicious pink cupcakes with pink icing. The little girl eats so many cupcakes that she turns pink. Her mother takes her to the doctorhoping for a diagnosis. The doctor said to only eat things that are green, but he pink little girl did not listen. When she ate another cupcake, the turned so pink she was red. Then she decides that she does not want to be that color and takes the doctors advice.
  • (4/5)
    Pinkalicious is a great story about the effects of over-indulgence. The story is about a little girl named Pinkalicious who is in love with the color pink, eats way too many pink cupcakes, and ends up with “Pinkitis”—which turns her skin pink! After visiting the doctor, Pinkalicious is told she must no longer eat anything pink, but after refusing to bide by the doctor’s warnings, she ends up eating another pink cupcake and turns an even deeper shade of pink. Pinkalicious finally decides she wants to go back to normal, so she takes the doctors advice and eats lots of greens. The story ends with a cute surprise twist that you’ll just have to wait to read to find out. This book is great for lower-elementary students and provides the opportunity to discuss exerting discipline and not always indulging in everything we want.
  • (5/5)
    Yes, Pinkalicious is a complete brat, but she learns a hard lesson from not listening to her parents and being sneaky. I read this out loud to numerous classes and even the boys enjoyed the story. (she does have a brother in the story) It does enjoy healthy eating after her over indulgence of yummy pink cupcakes. Fun read for those little girls in love with the color pink!