Princess Posey And The Next-door Dog by Stephanie GreenePrincess Posey And The Next-door Dog by Stephanie Greene

Princess Posey And The Next-door Dog

byStephanie GreeneIllustratorStephanie Roth Sisson

Paperback | September 15, 2011

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Princess Posey is back with the third story in this chapter book series for first grade readers!

After hearing about her classmate's new puppy, Posey wants a dog of her own even though she's a little bit scared of dogs. When a new neighbor moves in with a dog that has a very big bark, Posey tries not to be afraid. Will her special pink tutu give her the courage to befriend the next-door dog?

"Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl."—Kirkus Reviews
Stephanie Greene is a long time fan of princesses. She admires their tutus and glittery veils and necklaces - the works! She is happy that reviewers think Posey is “charming” and “sparkly” and hopes her readers will love all of the new Posey books, too. Stephanie Greene lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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Title:Princess Posey And The Next-door DogFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 7.75 × 5.13 × 0.25 inPublished:September 15, 2011Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0142419397

ISBN - 13:9780142419397

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"This Posey book is an especially winning tale. . . . Storytelling in a book for newly independent readers can seem stiff, but Greene doesn’t miss a step. Posey is the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl." --Kirkus ReviewsPraise for Princess Posey"Greene’s simple writing style and straightforward plot is ideal for advanced first graders or beginning second-grade readers."—School Library Journal "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