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This Fancy Nancy book has listening as a theme It starts at school when Nancy is too busy daydreaming about cupcakes to listen to her teacher To her credit, she apologizes after class At home, Nancy and her mom bake cupcakes for the school bake sale When they re done, she takes some over to her neighbour Her mom tells her to make sure not to put the cupcakes where Frenchy the dog can reach them But Nancy s listening skills are a bit lacking, and you can guess what happens next The fa This Fancy Nancy book has listening as a theme It starts at school when Nancy is too busy daydreaming about cupcakes to listen to her teacher To her credit, she apologizes after class At home, Nancy and her mom bake cupcakes for the school bake sale When they re done, she takes some over to her neighbour Her mom tells her to make sure not to put the cupcakes where Frenchy the dog can reach them But Nancy s listening skills are a bit lacking, and you can guess what happens next The family ends up having to bake another batch, which is probably for the best The first batch had JoJo sticking her fingers in the batter, and Frenchy sniffing at the preparations with her paws on the counter I don t know how bake sales are even legal Where s the health department when you need them This book has some fun fancy words, like delectable , exhausted , and velvet all of which are potentially important for fancy little kids I liked the emphasis on being a good listener in this one, and the pictures are cute, as always.Quotable moment It is quite misleading to have this book, with words like exhausted and delectable , labeled as a level 1 beginning reader. More Fancy Nancy fun This time, she is baking some FANCY cupcakes for a school library fundraiser worthy cause, yay But, when things go amiss, how will they get the cupcakes ready in time This was going to be only three stars for me as it s not Glasser s own illustrations and also I do at times get a little annoyed at the sometimes awkward insertion of Nancy s fancy words and their definitions a bit of a stumble in the flow of the text, IMO but I loved the message about the importance More Fancy Nancy fun This time, she is baking some FANCY cupcakes for a school library fundraiser worthy cause, yay But, when things go amiss, how will they get the cupcakes ready in time This was going to be only three stars for me as it s not Glasser s own illustrations and also I do at times get a little annoyed at the sometimes awkward insertion of Nancy s fancy words and their definitions a bit of a stumble in the flow of the text, IMO but I loved the message about the importance of listening and of making the best of things and it was just so warm and humorous, I cant t help myself four stars Oh, and I want a cupcake We adored this book Adore to really, really like something I think that my 2 year old daughter and I like this bookthan maybe we would have if we were not cupcake fans We just made a cake together for her birthday so she recognized some of the steps in baking I think this would be a fun book to read and to make cupcakes in the same day Even better a great book for your child s first bake sale The message here is a good one, teaching about being a good listener. It s ok Also, I thought the mom was a brunette. If you like a good batch of cupcakes then this is the book you ll want. Dear Readers that like Fancy Nancy,Do you like to read books that have characters that usually make mistakes Well, I do If you do, then I prefer you to read the book, Fancy Nancy and the delectable cupcakes, because Fancy Nancy makes mistakes In this book, the problem is Frenchy Fancy Nancy s puppy ate up all the cupcakes Will they have time to bake , or will the bake sale be ruined Find out in the book whether the bake sale is ruined or they baked another batch I think the author s Dear Readers that like Fancy Nancy,Do you like to read books that have characters that usually make mistakes Well, I do If you do, then I prefer you to read the book, Fancy Nancy and the delectable cupcakes, because Fancy Nancy makes mistakes In this book, the problem is Frenchy Fancy Nancy s puppy ate up all the cupcakes Will they have time to bake , or will the bake sale be ruined Find out in the book whether the bake sale is ruined or they baked another batch I think the author s message is to listen to your family or friends Fancy Nancy and I both learned to listen to your family and friends I like how Jane O Connor put fancy words in a lot of describing sentences She makes a lot of things in French because Fancy Nancy likes to speak French.I like the pictures because Robin Glasser makes everything extra fancy When he draws, he changes the feelings on their faces.There are many other books in this series by the same author and the illustrator I hope you read Fancy Nancy and the Delectable Cupcakes Sincerely,Tiffany &Read Ebook ☠ Fancy Nancy and the Delectable Cupcakes ⇫ An I Can Read story from New York Times bestselling duo Jane O Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser Yummy, cupcakes are scrumptious that s fancy for tasty Nancy is thrilled to be making cupcakes for the bake sale But will she remember to follow all of Mom s directions Fancy Nancy and the Delectable Cupcakes, a Level One I Can Read adventure, is carefully crafted using short sentences, familiar words, and simple concepts for children eager to read on their own Contains a glossary of Fancy Nancy s fancy words TitleFancy Nancy and the Delectable Cupcakes I Can Read Level 1 Author Jane O ConnorIllustrator Based on the art of Robin Preiss GlasserGenre Early Reader, I Can Read , Beginner Reader Theme s Listening Fiction, Vocabulary Fiction, Baking FictionOpening line sentence I adore school Brief Book Summary Nancy is a whimsical and fun young girl who loves anything fancy, glittery, and bursting with color, but Nancy is also not a great listener She decides to bake cupcakes for her school TitleFancy Nancy and the Delectable Cupcakes I Can Read Level 1 Author Jane O ConnorIllustrator Based on the art of Robin Preiss GlasserGenre Early Reader, I Can Read , Beginner Reader Theme s Listening Fiction, Vocabulary Fiction, Baking FictionOpening line sentence I adore school Brief Book Summary Nancy is a whimsical and fun young girl who loves anything fancy, glittery, and bursting with color, but Nancy is also not a great listener She decides to bake cupcakes for her school s bake sale but when she doesn t listen, disaster strikes Luckily her dad doesn t listen either and saves the day, bringing homeingredients The bake sale was a success and Nancy s cupcakes were a hit Professional Recommendation Review 1 Nancy Baumann Children s Literature Excited to raise money for the school library, Nancy decides to bake scrumptious cupcakes to sell at the bake sale Scrumptious means very delicious Shopping for baking supplies, Nancy reminds Mom not to forget the sprinkles and candy toppings No plain cupcakes for this girl The homey scene of a family baking together is charming Little sister is sampling the batter, mom looks frazzled, and Nancy is in decorating heaven Disaster strikes as Frenchy, the dog, demolishes the cupcakes since Nancy didn t listen to Mom about putting the cupcakes in a safe place Then Dad comes home carrying a bag of baking supplies for guess what Cupcakes Apparently nobody listens in this family since Mom and Dad both thought the other was to purchase cupcake ingredients A new batch of cupcakes is baked and is a big seller at the bake sale Readers will want a sweet treat by the time they finish reading Gaudy illustrations will appeal to beginning readers who will delight in this latest installment of the Fancy Nancy Series A glossary of fancy words is provided for readers for vocabulary enrichment 2010, Harper HarperCollins Publishers, 16.99 Ages 4 to 8 PUBLISHER Harper New York , PUBLISHED c2010 Professional Recommendation Review 2 Leta Tillman The Lorgnette Heart of Texas Reviews Vol 23, No 2 Fancy Nancy is having another adventure and we get to be a part of it It seems that Nancy is having trouble paying attention in class But she does hear the teacher tell about the big bake sale that the school is having the next day Nancy has big plans to make a batch of delectable cupcakes as soon as she gets home from school On their way home, Nancy and her mom go by the market and buy all that they need including lots of sprinkles and candy to decorate the cupcakes Nancy is very careful to listen as her mom helps her to make the batter and get it ready to put in the oven Once the cupcakes are baked and cooled the fun begins The frosting and sprinkles and candy go on top of the cupcakes to make them absolutely amazing When she leaves the plate of cupcakes on the table to go to the phone to call her friend, the family dog checks out the platter of cupcakes and a big mess awaits her return Nancy had failed to hear her mother remind her to put the plate somewhere safe from the dog Her father comes to her rescue when he brings in a big sack of new supplies to makecupcakes It seems that her father has trouble listening too because her mother told him that she would get the supplies After dinner everyone helps to make another batch of cupcakes and they are just as good as the first The bake sale is a big success and all of the cupcakes are sold except for one that Nancy s mother saved for Nancy O Connor s and Glasser s jovial depictions of the favorite little Nancy are a sure winner for the young readers who have become fans They are bright and happy drawings of a very energetic little girl Everything is full of curls, ruffles, and bright clothing Nancy s outfits are just as fancy as her words The list of Fancy Nancy s Fancy Words at the end of the story will help the readers to reinforce their new words learned through the story This is a great book for girls and boys alike to enjoy and learn the importance of listening and some new words as well Add this book to your already owned books about Fancy Nancy and it will join the ranks of well used books I Can Read Fiction Grades K 3 2010, Harper, Unpaged., 16.99 Ages 5 to 9 PUBLISHER Harper New York , PUBLISHED c2010 Response to Two Professional Reviews As mentioned in both reviews, Nancy and her adventures are depicted with whimsical, colorful illustrations that will no doubt engage young readers A great feature, the book uses parentheses and a glossary to help young readers learn new and fancy words The theme of listening is discussed in a cute and enjoyable way, that will delight early readers and parents alike Evaluation of Literary Elements This is an outstanding representation of an early reader The words and sentences are not dull or painfully simple, yet are challenging and exciting Nancy loves to use fancy words, and readers will love learning to use them too Parentheses providing definitions, as well as the a glossary in the back of the book, are helpful tools to aid in comprehension of the fancy words The illustrations are whimsical, engaging, and representational of the words on the page They will also aid in comprehension as young children learn to read Not your traditional early reader, Fancy Nancy has easily readable fonts, few sentences per page that never roll over to the next, and has a plot that is appealing to young boys and girls Consideration of Instructional Application Doesn t making a fancy cupcake sound like fun A potential instructional application for this whimsical early reader is to have students create their own fancy cupcakes Students can use multiple mediums, like playdough, stickers, crayons, paper, etc., to create their own playful cupcakes Students will also practice using their listening skills, just like Nancy does, while the teacher gives directions for the activity Reading Log 3 Early ReaderTitle Fancy Nancy and the Delectable CupcakesAuthor Jane O ConnorIllustrator Robin Preiss Glasser Genre Early Reader, Children s Literature, and Picture BookTheme s Following directions, Not giving upOpening line sentence I adore school.Brief Book Summary This book in the Fancy Nancy series is about Nancy being so excited to bake for her schools bake sale The bake sale is to raise money for library books Nancy wants to make the cupcakes extremely pretty She wor Reading Log 3 Early ReaderTitle Fancy Nancy and the Delectable CupcakesAuthor Jane O ConnorIllustrator Robin Preiss Glasser Genre Early Reader, Children s Literature, and Picture BookTheme s Following directions, Not giving upOpening line sentence I adore school.Brief Book Summary This book in the Fancy Nancy series is about Nancy being so excited to bake for her schools bake sale The bake sale is to raise money for library books Nancy wants to make the cupcakes extremely pretty She works very hard to follow the directions in order where she knows her teacher will love Her neighbor loves the cupcakes she made All of the sudden her dog eats the cupcakes and they are all missing Her dad has ingredients because he thought he was supposed to buy them too She makes the new cupcakes by herself and they become a hit at the bake sale Professional Recommendation Review 1 Nancy Baumann Children s Literature Excited to raise money for the school library, Nancy decides to bake scrumptious cupcakes to sell at the bake sale Scrumptious means very delicious Shopping for baking supplies, Nancy reminds Mom not to forget the sprinkles and candy toppings No plain cupcakes for this girl The homey scene of a family baking together is charming Little sister is sampling the batter, mom looks frazzled, and Nancy is in decorating heaven Disaster strikes as Frenchy, the dog, demolishes the cupcakes since Nancy didn t listen to Mom about putting the cupcakes in a safe place Then Dad comes home carrying a bag of baking supplies for guess what Cupcakes Apparently nobody listens in this family since Mom and Dad both thought the other was to purchase cupcake ingredients A new batch of cupcakes is baked and is a big seller at the bake sale Readers will want a sweet treat by the time they finish reading Gaudy illustrations will appeal to beginning readers who will delight in this latest installment of the Fancy Nancy Series A glossary of fancy words is provided for readers for vocabulary enrichmentProfessional Recommendation Review 2 Leta Tillman The Lorgnette Heart of Texas Reviews Vol 23, No 2 Fancy Nancy is having another adventure and we get to be a part of it It seems that Nancy is having trouble paying attention in class But she does hear the teacher tell about the big bake sale that the school is having the next day Nancy has big plans to make a batch of delectable cupcakes as soon as she gets home from school On their way home, Nancy and her mom go by the market and buy all that they need including lots of sprinkles and candy to decorate the cupcakes Nancy is very careful to listen as her mom helps her to make the batter and get it ready to put in the oven Once the cupcakes are baked and cooled the fun begins The frosting and sprinkles and candy go on top of the cupcakes to make them absolutely amazing When she leaves the plate of cupcakes on the table to go to the phone to call her friend, the family dog checks out the platter of cupcakes and a big mess awaits her return Nancy had failed to hear her mother remind her to put the plate somewhere safe from the dog Her father comes to her rescue when he brings in a big sack of new supplies to makecupcakes It seems that her father has trouble listening too because her mother told him that she would get the supplies After dinner everyone helps to make another batch of cupcakes and they are just as good as the first The bake sale is a big success and all of the cupcakes are sold except for one that Nancy s mother saved for Nancy O Connor s and Glasser s jovial depictions of the favorite little Nancy are a sure winner for the young readers who have become fans They are bright and happy drawings of a very energetic little girl Everything is full of curls, ruffles, and bright clothing Nancy s outfits are just as fancy as her words The list of Fancy Nancy s Fancy Words at the end of the story will help the readers to reinforce their new words learned through the story This is a great book for girls and boys alike to enjoy and learn the importance of listening and some new words as well Add this book to your already owned books about Fancy Nancy and it will join the ranks of well used books I Can Read Response to Two Professional ReviewsI found these two reviews to be a great reflection on the Fancy Nancy book For this book being an early reader and not having a lot of elements, each review was very thought out and explained the main idea of this book I also liked for the first review that it talked about the vivid illustrations that readers will love seeing while reading the words Also, I liked that it highlighted on Nancy s advanced fancy vocabulary She speaks very fancy for a young girl and this is a common trend in all of her books that readers love seeing For the second review they gave an extremely descripted response to the plot of the story I like that it brought up that boys will even like the importance of listening to this story, because many people would assume boys wouldn t like this book However, it is a fun and suspenseful read for young kids that it doesn t matter about gender After reading this review it made me appreciate the value of this early reader where it would be essential in a young child s classroom Evaluation of Literary Elements Fancy Nancy and the Delectable Cupcakes is a great early reader for students who are beginning to read on their own There are minimal words to a page and it is on a topic about a bake sale that children will enjoy In addition, the plot is very straight forward with a great lesson that things don t always go smoothly, but don t give up This is very realistic to young children and they will appreciate this story line Children will feel confident when they understand many of these simple words, but might struggle on some of Nancy s fancy terms However, if they read it with a parent, classmate, or teacher they could easily understand these words and feel confident when reading this story.Consideration of Instructional Application Fancy Nancy has become a phenomenon in recent years Starting as a young children s book it has became a movie, early readers, chapter books, toys, and manyThis is something that is so big in children s literature It could be controversial because people think that there isn t really a point to it However, it has become so well liked in recent years that it would be a good addition at some point in the school year There are many Fancy Nancy early readers that children from the grades Kindergarten second should have access on in the classroom As a teacher I would bring in many of these early readers and have the children during independent reading time read whichever one they want The teacher will have many copies of all of these books While the child is working independently, the teacher will pull aside children individually and will assess their reading These early readers are great ways to assess how a child is doing with independently reading From there this will show the child s ability and what to do to improve