Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Pinkalicious and the Pink Drink

Who knew making a "pink drink" could inspire so much creativity!

Kann, Victoria.
Pinkalicious and the Pink Drink.
May 2010.
Review copy provided courtesy of publisher.

Pinkalicious returns in Pinkalicious and the Pink Drink! This charming little girl, intrigued by all things pink, once again sets out on an adventure, brought about by the desire to purchase pink bubblegum after spending a hot afternoon blowing bubbles in the shade. Upon discovering her piggy bank was empty, Pinkalicious is determined to earn some quarters and therefore, Mom suggests a lemonade stand. I'm sure you can only imagine what color the lemonade must be! And Pinkalicous is off - determined to turn that lemonade pink, using all things pink from the refrigerator!

Learning/Reading Activities:
  • Reinforce mathematical skills in your child this summer, by having him/her host a neighborhood lemonade stand some hot, sunny afternoon. Children can participate in measuring activities, as well as counting money. To really make your child's lemonade stand the most unique, choose from the following recipes and signs for your child's lemonade stand!
  • Blualicious' Lemonade Stand - Blueberry-Blackberry Lemonade
  • Pinkalicious' Lemonade Stand - Watermelon Lemonade
  • Purplicious' Lemonade Stand - Grape Lemonade
  • Orangalicious' Lemonade Stand - Orange Lemonade
  • Redalicious' Lemonade Stand -Cherry Lemonade
  • Yellowicious' Lemonade Stand - Sparkling Pineapple Lemonade
  • Greenalicious' Limeade Stand - Homemade Limeade

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style='clear: both;' Brimful Curiosities said...

I didn't realize there was another pinkalicious book out this May. My daughter will want to read this one!