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Princess Cupcake Jones and the Missing Tutu Book Review


Follow Princess Cupcake Jones in her first book, Princess Cupcake Jones and the Missing Tutu. In this adventure, when her beloved tutu goes missing, Cupcake learns the importance of tidying up and putting things in their proper place. Join Princess Cupcake Jones as she searches her palace in hopes of finding her tutu and discovers hidden treasures along the way.


My Thoughts:  I absolutely adored this story and loved the author's story even more.  Author Ylleya Fields wrote this book after she noticed the limited number of children's book featuring African American characters.  Using her daughter's image and personality, she created the fabulous Cupcake Jones.  Cupcake's vibrant personality shines throughout this wonderful tale and the book is in one word ADORABLE...absolutely adorable.

The story is great full of colorful images echoing the personality of this little princess.  The rhythmic text grooves throughout the story from the very first page to the last.  Does Princess Cupcake find her tutu?  Well, you'll have to read the book to find out.  

For More Info:
Be sure to check out http://princesscupcakejones.com/ for more info on the book and printables and shop for all things Princess Cupcake.

Princess Cupcake Jones and the Missing Tutu is available wherever books are sold including Amazon.

Oh, one more thing CONGRATULATIONS to Ylleya Fields on winning a 2013 Family Choice Award on October 31.  What an honor for such a great book and such a wonderfully illustrated work as well!










Disclosure: Many thanks to the publisher for the opportunity to review this book. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review. The thoughts expressed above are mine. Visit http://threeboysandanoldlady.blogspot.com/2010/01/advertisecontact.html for the complete Disclosure Policy of Three Boys and an Old Lady blog.

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