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Pinkalicious – 2019


A booklist for: Pinkalicious (2019)

Production dates: March 1-10, 2019

This is a booklist created by Gere Branch library staff to accompany the stage production of Pinkalicious at Gere’s neighbor, The Lincoln Community Playhouse.

Pinkalicious is a stage musical based on the series of popular children’s books by Victoria Kann, with book and lyrics by Victoria Kann and Elizabeth Kann, and music and lyrics by John Gregor. Pinkalicious can’t stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. Her pink indulgence lands her at the doctor’s office with Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe – a dream come true for this pink loving enthusiast. But when her hue goes too far, only Pinkalicious can figure out a way to get out of this predicament.

You can also see this as a one-page PDF as it originally appeared on the Lincoln Community Playhouse blog.

Reading Recommendations for fans of Pinkalicious

by Victoria Kann [jP Kann]

Pinkalicious loves all things pink. From fairy dresses to cotton candy to bubblegum. Most importantly she loves eating pink cupcakes. Mommy and Daddy warn her not to eat too many, but Pinkalicious can’t help herself. They’re just too good! But when Pinkalicious eats one too many, she turns pink herself! What will she do?

by Victoria Kann [jP Kann]

Pinkalicious and her family go on a trip to the beach for a day of sun, fun, and sand castles! The day gets even more exciting when Pinkalicious finds a mini-mermaid named Aqua while she’s collecting shells. Aqua wants to find her way home, and Pinkalicious and Peter decide to help–after they show her all of the pinkamazing things to do at the seashore!

Fancy Nancy Storybook Treasury
by Jane O’Connor [jF O’Connor]

This beautiful hardcover treasury edition includes six Fancy Nancy beginning reader classics by the New York Times bestselling team Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser. From class trips to book reports, Nancy always knows just the right way to make the ordinary extraordinary! Perfect for Fancy Nancy fans old and new, this treasury includes the complete text and art for: Fancy Nancy and the Late, Late, LATE Night Fancy Nancy: Pajama Day Fancy Nancy Sees Stars Fancy Nancy and the Delectable Cupcakes Fancy Nancy: The Show Must Go On Fancy Nancy: The Dazzling Book Report. No one does fancy quite like Nancy!

by Victoria Kann [jP Kann]

While everyone knows Pinkalicious’s favorite color is pink, the bullies at her new school don’t agree. All the girls are wearing black, painting in black, and making fun of Pinkalicious for loving pink. “Pink is for babies and stinks!” they tell her. Pinkalicious feels left out until she learns that pink can be a powerful color, and that the most important thing is to be yourself.

The Disney Princess Cookbook
by Cindy A. Littlefield [j641.5 Lit]

From Rapunzel’s Frying Pan Eggs to Ariel’s Sea Turtle Cupcakes, this beautiful cookbook is filled with delicious recipes inspired by the Princesses’ many adventures. With simple step-by-step instructions, mouth-watering photos of each dish, and helpful tips from the Princesses themselves, this cookbook makes it easy to whip up some kitchen magic.

Pink Princess Cookbook
by Barbara Beery [j641.86 Bee]

Expert cooking instructor and cookbook author Barbara Beery has created a book that will delight girls around the world! Perfect for tea parties, rainy days, themed birthday parties and other celebrations, or any creative afternoon playtime, the Pink Princess Cookbook features treats such as the signature Pink Princess Cake, Chocolate Chip-Peppermint Scones, Enchanted Unicorn Horns, and Fairy Berry Tea. These recipes are simple to make, have just a few ingredients, and teach children valuable kitchen skills while engaging their imaginations.

Pinkalicious and Planet Pink
by Victoria Kann [jF Kann]

When Pinkalicious learns about Planet Pink, she has fun imagining life as a Pinktonian alien living on the pinkest planet in the universe! But what would happen if the Pinktonians paid her a visit? Beginning readers will love the close encounters in this space-themed Pinkalicious I Can Read adventure! This is a Level One I Can Read book that is perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

Fancy Nancy
by Jane O’Connor [jP O’Connor]

Meet Nancy, who believes that more is ALWAYS better when it comes to being fancy. From the top of her tiara down to her sparkly studded shoes, Nancy is determined to teach her family a thing or two about being fancy and using fancy words. How Nancy transforms her parents and little sister for one enchanted evening makes for a story that is funny and warm–with or without the frills.

Pinkalicious and the Sick Day
by Victoria Kann [jF Kann]

Pinkalicious gets to be Principal for a Day because she has perfect attendance! Pinkalicious can’t wait to be in charge, but when she wakes up sick on the big day, will her dreams of being Principal Pinkalicious be–ACHOO!–blown away? Beginning readers will love seeing how Pinkalicious turns a sick day into a special day in this I Can Read adventure!

by Victoria Kann [jP Kann]

Peter, Pinkalicious’s brother, loves to build with his blocks. He decides to build a tower out of blocks high enough to reach the stars and the moon all by himself. But once he’s up there, he realizes that he’s all alone and he has no way of getting down easily.

Created in partnership with the Lincoln Community Playhouse by ka/Gere Branch March 2019 | Modified for use on BookGuide by sdc/bmpl