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PreSchool-Grade 2-Pinkalicious eats such a lot of pink cupcakes that she wakes up the next morning with pink skin and hair. The color just would possibly not wash off, and the doctor diagnoses her with Pinkititis and tells her to eat green food to get well. Still, when her parents are not having a look, she sneaks just one more treat-and turns red. Startled, she starts to choke down her veggies and after all returns to normal. When the whole lot seems okay, Daddy asks what happened to the other cupcakes, and Pinkalicious’s little brother bounds into the room with one in hand, happily showing off his new pink skin. The final Pink-a-boo! is sure to garner smiles. The computer-generated collage pictures are bold and appealing and will draw readers into the story. Despite the fact that the main character is a bit obnoxious, children can be amused by her obsession with pink sweets. Harking back to David Shannon’s A Bad Case of Stripes (Scholastic, 1998), Kann’s lighter confection is a pink lover’s dream come true.
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