Princess Rosie's Rainbows
What makes you happy? Although, Princess Rosie could have anything, the only thing she wanted was rainbows. "I wish I could have a rainbow all the time," Princess Rosie often sighed. Although her parents tried, they met with no success. Would the young Princess ever be happy? Did anyone know the secret to making Princess Rosie smile?
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Bette Killion is a writer of children's picture books,poems, stories, and articles for children. She has had 800 of her children's poems, stories, and articles published in well-known juvenile magazines such as Jack and Jill, Highlights, Ranger Rick, Turtle, and Hopscotch. She is known for her rewriting of classic fairy tales such as Rapunzel, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin. In addition to having built a successful writing career, Bette has also worked as a children's librarian and as a substitute teacher. She has nine grandchildren and lives in Greencastle, IN.
Kim Jacobs has been a children's book illustrator and professional artist for over thirty years, while her popular stationery products have sold in the millions throughout the world. Her art has appeared in children's books such as Cottage Cats: My Companions on the Path to Joy and Glad You are My Friend, as well as on a wide array of gifts, toys, puzzles, fine art prints, and greeting cards. Her bestselling calendar, The Cobblestone Way, is now into its twenty-sixth year. Kim lives with her husband Bob in Brooks, ME, in a home powered by the sun.
This was a great book for young girls. It was about a princess and her kingdom. I was so happy that her parents were alive, which is so different from other stories out there. This Princess, Rosie, wants to see rainbows everyday. She soon realizes that she has everything she needs to make herself feel the rainbows do. Maybe she doesn't need the rainbows after all. At the end there is also instructions on how to find a rainbow science lesson. I can not wait to try it out with the kiddos. I am giving this book a 5/5. I was given a copy to review, however all opinions are my own.