"Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."
Posey takes on boys (and bullying) in the eighth book in this charming chapter book series for first grade readers!
Will Posey ever be able to get along with boys? Probably not. They barely ever sit still, they make lots of rude noises, and they are just plain annoying. But when Posey teases Henry for being a "weirdo," Miss Lee tells her that she's being a (gasp!) bully. Only by calling on the help of the Pink Princess can Posey step back and see that boys have feelings as well. And maybe, in the end, she can be friends with the boys too.
Stephanie Greene (stephaniegreenebooks.com) is the author of many acclaimed books for young people. She meets pink, purple, green and blue princesses everywhere she goes.
"Greene proves herself yet again to be an adept chronicler of the ups and downs of the first year of school, and her simple, straightforward prose gives just the right amount of emotional heft to these mini- dramas, neither exaggerating nor reducing Posey’s situation. . . . Posey continues to be a winning protagonist, and her escapades are a series worth having on hand." --The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
Praise for Princess Posey
"Greene doesn’t miss a step. Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus Reviews"Greene’s simple writing style and straightforward plot is ideal for advanced first graders or beginning second-grade readers."—School Library Journal