On our bookshelf: Fancy Nancy

Fancy Nancy, by Jane O’Connor, Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser

Nancy is a little girl who loves everything fancy: feather boas, high heels, words like exquisite and exceptional, and of course, anything spoken in French. Her life’s lessons come from a family who is not as outwardly fancy as herself, but she learns that “I love you” is fancy in itself.

Fancy Nancy, Bonjour Butterfly

Fancy Nancy and the Posh Puppy

If you have little girls in your home, then Fancy Nancy is a must read. The Ant Bug and I have enjoyed each of these delightful stories.

Here she is one afternoon, dressed to the nines like Fancy Nancy, complete with her own posh puppy.

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2 thoughts to “On our bookshelf: Fancy Nancy”

  1. We finally found a Fancy Nancy book to check out at the library last week. I sure hope they have the others (you never know with our little library here)!

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