Princess Cupcake Jones is a girlie girl and loves her Tutu. She is a modern-day princess who not only loves her tutu but all of her toys. Cupcake is trying to get ready for a family portrait with the King and Queen. You know her parents. She can not find her tutu and that is a disaster!
Cupcake searches the palace from top to bottom and can not find her tutu. She is so upset and sad. That is her favorite tutu. Where oh where could it be. While looking around the palace she discovers that if she would just pick up her toys and clothes and put them back where they belong, she could find them easier. While looking all over she discovers so many treasures that she had forgotten about. I love how Cupcake shares learning these valuable life lessons with the readers in a style the I not only love but so greatly appreciate. She shares her lessons in a gentle, rhyming cadence that my granddaughter loves and so do I! Plus her brothers do too – even if they don’t want to admit reading the book.
The princess finally finds her tutu – all the time straightening up her toys and clothes as she finds them. A very cute book that enforces the value of cleaning up behind themselves and putting everything where they belong. Which is a very good lesson for kids. I like characters like the Princess encouraging my grandchildren to do the right things. That way they don’t think I am just fussing at them. The family portrait is beautiful!
The Princess Cupcake Jones is a series that we are definitely going to keep up with. The second book in this series is about not wanting to go to school. Which happens so often with kids. Me and my grandchildren ( boys included ) love Princess Cupcake Jones and we know you will too!!!!