Little Miss Molly

Melissa M. Williams
Long Tale Publishing (2013)
ISBN 9780985470517

Reviewed by Ciara (age 7), Alyvia (age 4) & Eliana Summers (age 2) and Mom for Reader Views (6/13)

All girls love to dress like a princess, especially Molly who only wears what princesses wear. I like Molly because she dresses the way she wants to and doesn’t care what other people think.  She does learn that princesses don’t always have to wear pink to be special, and that anyone can be a princess if they want to. I like to look at the pictures and find the things the author is writing about.  Molly also has a cute dragonfly for a pet. I really liked this book and I am going to buy a pink dress to wear whenever I read this book, so I can be a princess too.

Parents Comments:

My girls really enjoyed “Little Miss Molly”. The story is well written and children learn it is always good to try something different. The illustrations kept my girls attention and had them searching for the items as I was reading the story.  Molly is a typical little girl who loves to dress like a princess and only thinks princesses should wear pink. Her mom tries to get her to try a different color of dresses but Molly will wear nothing but pink, until a mishap in the wash turns her favorite dress purple. Molly then learns that she doesn’t have to wear pink all the time to feel like a princess.  She also learns that anyone can be a princess if they want too. This is one of those books that you see on the book shelve and you know  if you have girls like mine that love ANYTHING to do with a princess, then this book is for you. “Little Miss Molly” will definitely be a favorite book in our home, and it even has a cute bookmark to go with it.

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