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Silverlicious (Pinkalicious) por Victoria…
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Silverlicious (Pinkalicious) (edição 2011)

por Victoria Kann (Autor), Victoria Kann (Ilustrador)

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When Pinkalicious loses her sweet tooth she turns to the Tooth Fairy for help.
Título:Silverlicious (Pinkalicious)
Autores:Victoria Kann (Autor)
Outros autores:Victoria Kann (Ilustrador)
Informação:HarperCollins (2011), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
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The only thing that saves this book is the ending. The reader gets a full dose of bratty, whiny, spoiled, selfish Pinkalicious. She has lost a sweet took and various childhood deities come to visit and make her feel better, but she is rude and annoying. She does get her sense of sweet back, but only once she realizes she was making things sour all along. The message is there, but I think it’s lacking. ( )
  LibrarianRyan | Jul 31, 2019 |
This book was wonderful. I really enjoyed just about everything in this book. More specifically I really enjoyed the story line of the book and how the author chose to write it. For example, I liked that the readers could see the notes that Pinkalicious wrote for the Easter bunny, Elf, and Cupid. I enjoyed this because the author made sure to change the font so that it made it look more like handwriting, it made the story more relatable. Illustrations are always really important to me when it comes to a picture book, because if you are having trouble understanding what the story is saying most of the times the pictures can help you out. In this case, I thought the illustrations were great, they had detail and they were neatly done. I also like that there was always a lot going on in the pictures but it was not so much that it was overwhelming. What I liked most about the illustrations was when it would be a new holiday the illustrator made sure to include key pictures to make sure the reader knew what holiday it was without the author explicitly saying it. Overall, I think the big idea of this book is that it is important to be grateful for the things that you have, and that when you are nice to other people the other people will be nice to you in return. ( )
  DowellCourtney | Mar 5, 2018 |
Pinkalicious returns in this fourth picture-book devoted to her adventures, following upon the eponymous Pinkalicious and its two sequels, Purplicious and Goldilicious. When she loses her sweet tooth, and all ability to taste and appreciate sweetness, our heroine writes a pleading note to the tooth fairy, only to find that her missive is answered by Cupid instead. Unsatisfied with his gift, Pinkilicious tries again, and then again, only to find her notes answered by the Easter Bunny and then by one of Santa's elves. When Tootheetina finally does respond, it is to inform Pinkilicious that in order to appreciate the sweetness of the world, she must find the sweetness within...

Like its three predecessors, I was distinctly unimpressed with author/artist Victoria Kann's Silverlicious, finding the art flat and unappealing, the story meandering and unsatisfying, and the heroine obnoxious. Although I did appreciate the fact that Kann addressed her heroine's bad behavior in the end - something singularly lacking in previous titles - the story resolution felt insincere, as if Pinkilicious were using "sweetness" in a manipulative way, rather than as the result of a sincere change of heart. It's getting a little repetitive, my negative responses to the books in this series, but as I've committed to reading all of them, as part of a project, I suppose I'll just have to carry on. Like the others, this one is not recommended. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Feb 20, 2018 |
When Pinkalicious loses her sweet tooth. she turns to the Tooth Fairy for help.
  CECC9 | Jan 16, 2018 |
I liked this book because it teaches its audience a good lesson about being kind to others. In the book, Pinkalicious looses a tooth and all of a sudden all sweets that she eats taste disgusting! She's lost her sweet tooth!! That night, she leaves a note for the Tooth Fairy to please give her something sweet so that she can taste sweets again. When Pinkalicious wakes up the next morning, there is a note from Cupid that the Tooth Fairy had an emergency in New Zealand so she asked him to visit Pinkalicious. Pinkalicious was very upset that the Tooth Fairy didn't come and was even more upset when she discovered that the candy hearts he'd left her were hot tamales. That night she left Cupid a note under her pillow explaining how she really needs the Tooth Fairy to come giver her something sweet and that the candy hearts he gave her were "disgusting." That night Pinkalicious decided to stay up all night to try and take a picture or Cupid, but she wound up falling asleep. When she woke up the next morning, there was a note from the Easter Bunny explaining that the Tooth Fairy had to help an elephant in India who has a toothache but that she asked him to come. Once again, Pinkalicious was upset and left the Easter Bunny a note saying that she needs the Tooth Fairy and that the jelly beans had "no flavor." The next morning Pinkalicious woke up to three candy canes from Elf #351. He left her a nice note that said he hopes she enjoys the candy canes. Pinkalicious was very upset that the Tooth Fairy still hadn't come. Before bed that night, she left Elf #351 a note thanking him for the candy canes but that "they tasted bad." She also asked him to please send the Tooth Fairy. Finally, the next morning Pinkalicious woke up to three silver coins and a note from the Tooth Fairy. She wrote to Pinkalicious that sweetness comes from within. Pinkalicious thought about what that meant and thought about how she'd treated everyone who left her treats this week. She decided to share her chocolate coins with her brother and then she could taste sweets agains! The main idea of this story is to be kind to others. I liked the illustrations in this book. The letters that each of the characters wrote looked like they came from the character. For example, the Easter Bunny's letter was in the shape of an egg and the writing was in pastel colors. I think this book does push the readers to think about broader topics. After a child reads this book they may think about how they treat others and if they are truly "sweet" on the inside. ( )
  ejones35 | Nov 22, 2016 |
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