Pinkalicious: School Rules!

Pinkalicious School Rules When Pinkalicious brings her imaginary unicorn Goldie to class one day she learns that with her companion by her side school rules

  • Title: Pinkalicious: School Rules!
  • Author: Victoria Kann
  • ISBN: 9780061928857
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Pinkalicious brings her imaginary unicorn, Goldie, to class one day, she learns that with her companion by her side, school rules

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    1 thought on “Pinkalicious: School Rules!”

    1. A book my 6 yr old loved, a little old for my preschoolers. A solid reading level 1 book, this reader has a good amount of advanced vocabulary words, but not so long that it discourages a new reader. Used it for his read out loud book, which was perfect. It took about 5 mins for him to read and had just enough new vocabulary words to make it challenging. Also, it was a fun and interesting story he could get into. He liked it so much, he asked for more by this author. Great reading book!

    2. I would love to read this book in the beginning of the school year so my students and I can go over the class rules in a fun way. I would follow up this book with a class expectations activity to set the tone for the rest of the year. I think this book would be perfect for younger primary students because they do have imaginary friends at times and can relate to Pinkalicious. She decides to bring her pet unicorn with her to school, but is chastised by her teacher. They agree that Goldilicious ca [...]

    3. I enjoyed this quote "Rules are something I do not love about school." I like it because it relates to me and how I don't love all the rules schools have either. If school didn't have so many rules I would love school a lot more. I like Mr. Pushkin. I liked him because he allowed Pinkalicious to bring Goldie to school. By him letting her bring Goldie to school it let her have a lot more fun at school. One theme I noticed while reading this book is that you should always find something you love a [...]

    4. "Pinkalicious: School Rules!" is an absolutely adorable tale about the wonderful and vivacious Pinkalicious! This little girl is happy and full of life, always staying one step ahead of everyone around her as she enjoys her day and whatever would happen to come her way. In this most recent tale, Pinkalicious is not enjoying her school day for her 'imaginary' unicorn is not with her. Maybe, just maybe, her teacher can help her overcome her sadness to be able to enjoy her day through it all. I wil [...]

    5. a book to be read to young kids not by them. has a nice story about imaginary unicorn friends and how it helps her make real friends.

    6. I've been reading this book for at least the past week to my girls at bedtime. they love pinkalicious. my daughter is quite obsessed with unicorns and horses so this is great for a 4 year old.

    7. It might just be me, but I don't like the Pinkalicious books starring Goldilicious as much as the normal ones.--------- Also, it seems that, when we changed over into thepart of thethat the voice for Pinkilicious is different. While this voice is pretty suiting to the character, I did like the other voice for her alot better myself.-------- Pinkalicious takes Goldie to school, where Goldie eats the teacher's apple. The noise makes the teacher think she herself ate it, but she explains that Goldi [...]

    8. I like this one. It reminds me of another book I've read (and I cannot quite remember it right now) about taking your imaginary friend to school on the first day. It has a neat approach and a response from the teacher which I did not expect. It's a good conversation and transition book. This one is included in the Pinkalicious: Pink-a-rama box set and Pinkalicious: The Princess of Pink Treasury.

    9. 2.5 - I think this is the only I Can Read Pinkalicious book we've read so far. And if I remember correctly I found it by accident at the library last time. Julia's not far enough along in her reading that she could handle this alone so I read some and she read some.The story is simple, Pinkalicious tells how she really likes school, her teacher, her new friends, but she just misses her unicorn, Goldilicious so much."Goldilicious" has some problems with her manners when she first arrives at schoo [...]

    10. This is a story about a little girl who decides to bring her imaginary unicorn to school with her. Her unicorn is well behaved and throughout the story Pinkalicious realizes that she has friends and enjoys school.This would be a good fit for Kindergarten or first grade. This is a simple book with colorful drawings. I believe its part of a series of books (which I happen to like). I would read this book at the beginning of the school year when we go over the classroom rules maybe as a book to bre [...]

    11. This is a cute story about a sweet little girl named Pinkalicious who brings her trusty imaginary unicorn to school one day. Eventually the teacher has a talk with Pinkalicious about rules and her unicorn can stay with her just for the day, but she must teach her the rules of school! The genre of this book included: fantasy, comedy, and children's literature. I rated this book a 5 because I thought it was a cute way to talk about the rules at school. The illustration was awesome and my daughter [...]

    12. Pinkalicious wishes her imaginary pet unicorn, Goldilicious, could come to school too. After promising her teacher that she will behave herself, Goldilicious is allowed to visit school and they have a wonderful day. Categorized as a Level 1 book by publisher Harper, School Rules's simple sentences and straightforward story is appropriate for beginning readers. Unfortunately, although the vibrant illustrations are sure to appeal to reluctant readers, they are for decorative purposes only and do n [...]

    13. This is a fun story about a determined little girl and a very patient teacher who humors Pinkalicious with her imaginary unicorn. The story is simple and the illustrations are cute, typical of the series. The Pinkalicious franchise has lost its charm for me, but our youngest still loves it.

    14. Ugh. Literally everything in pinkalicious' books is pink. She goes on silly adventures and has a family to who sickeningly sweet. But for a little girl who loves pink, these early readers might be just the thing.

    15. My favorite part was when (view spoiler)[ Pinkalicious brought her unicorn to school, and her teacher said, "your unicorn needs to stay home." But Pinkalicious didn't like that and her teacher let her have the unicorn at school for just that day, which made everyone very happy. (hide spoiler)]

    16. Pinkalicious brings her imaginary unicorn to school. When she is at school with her unicorn she discovers how cool school really is. This is a very easy book to read. I would recommend this to a beginning level reader. This would be a great book to have in a kindergarten/first grade classroom.

    17. Pinkalicious are often funny, and fun stories to read. This one delivers. My 3 year old really likes the pinkalicious stories, and seems to really find it amusing when Pinkalicious gets herself into a jam.

    18. This one's about Pinkalicious taking her imaginary unicorn, Goldie to school. It's cute.

    19. This was a cute book. I think it's one that captures every little girls attention. The pictures are pretty and vivid and the story is just as nice.

    20. Little story of a girl who takes her unicorn to school. Pinkalicious, goldilicious tickle the tongue when you read this story aloud.

    21. If you ever wanted a unicorn as an imaginary friend, then this is the book to read. I have to give props to any book that encourages little girls to read.

    22. three year old loves to make up all kinds of different scenarios. loves goldilicious and the apple and the teacher

    23. Cute enough, but I can't say I like the illustrations. Still, I know the kids love Pinkalicious -- is it that name?

    24. When Pinkalicious brings her imaginary unicorn, Goldie, to class one day, she learns that with her companion by her side, school rules!

    25. Meh. An okay ER, but remarkably boring in spite of the unicorn. Lifeless illustrations. Not recommended, but has high appeal. Ages 5-7.

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