Silverlicious

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Silverlicious When Pinkalicious loses a tooth it s not just any tooth it s her sweet tooth Suddenly candy no longer tastes sweet With her pinkatastic pen Pinkalicious writes a note to the Tooth Fairy and tucks it

  • Title: Silverlicious
  • Author: Victoria Kann
  • ISBN: 9780061781230
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Pinkalicious loses a tooth, it s not just any tooth it s her sweet tooth Suddenly candy no longer tastes sweet With her pinkatastic pen, Pinkalicious writes a note to the Tooth Fairy and tucks it under her pillow only to hear from Cupid, the Easter Bunny, and a Christmas elf instead It is not until the Tooth Fairy finally responds and works some magic that PinkaWhen Pinkalicious loses a tooth, it s not just any tooth it s her sweet tooth Suddenly candy no longer tastes sweet With her pinkatastic pen, Pinkalicious writes a note to the Tooth Fairy and tucks it under her pillow only to hear from Cupid, the Easter Bunny, and a Christmas elf instead It is not until the Tooth Fairy finally responds and works some magic that Pinkalicious discovers where sweetness really comes from.

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    1. Polly on said:

      Not having been a particularly girly girl, I find this whole series pretty revolting. And this one is especially lame.

    2. Katelyn on said:

      Another book in the Pinkalicious series that I was not very impressed with. Again, I thought the main character acted like a spoiled brat. In this story she gets all kinds of nice surprises from the Easter Bunny to one of Santa's elf and she hardly shows any gratitude. All she does is complain about the candy they leave her how it doesn't taste right. She finally gets a few manners in the end and realizes she needs to be more grateful, but I thought the story spent too much time showing her bad [...]

    3. Sophie Riggsby / allthingsequilateral on said:

      Posted onMundie Kids.My Kindergartner and I love the Pinkalicious series and we eagerly await each release day. It's a bit of an event for the two of us and because she's my youngest, I think I enjoy it even more. We were excited to head over to our favorite bookstore to attend their Silverlicious release party but instead we ended up huddled in a corner reading the book. Yes, it's that good!In Silverlicious, Victoria introduces an important rite of passage in a child's life -- the loss of that [...]

    4. Vanda on said:

      OK, it may be sad that I'm this excited about a kid's book, but I'm really excited about this book coming out! We are Pinkalicious-pink-a-holics in our family.

    5. Lynda on said:

      "Silverlicious made me feel good. I liked that Pinkalicious lost a tooth and had all the special visitors. I LOVE jelly beans. This is a good story for kids to read because it's about candy and about being nice." - V, age 4

    6. Diane on said:

      What little girl does not like the colors pink, or purple? In Silverlicious, a little girl named Pickalicious, loses her tooth -- not just any tooth, but her sweet tooth, and Pinkalicious loves sweets. She decides to leave the tooth fairy a note, along with her tooth, asking her to bring her something sweet to eat until her new sweet tooth grows in. For several nights in a row, she gets a visit while she is asleep, not from the tooth fairy Tootheetina, but from Carlos Cupid, Edgar Easter Bunny a [...]

    7. Allyson Sparks on said:

      Silverlicious, part of the Pinkalicious series, was published on February 1, 2011 and has won the hearts of young girls everywhere. In the story, Pinkalicious loses her sweet tooth, but she loves sweets. She leaves the tooth fairy a note with her tooth and asks her to bring her something sweet to eat until a new sweet tooth grows back. Instead of getting a visit from the tooth fairy Tootheetina, she gets a visit from Carlos Cupid, Edgar Easter Bunny and Elf #351. They all leave her three pieces [...]

    8. Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance on said:

      The pictures in this book, like the pictures in the rest of the Pinkalicious series, are so beautiful and, well, PINK, that it doesn’t really matter that the story doesn’t make much sense. Our main character loses her tooth and it turns out that it is her sweet tooth. The Tooth Fairy must come soon and replace this tooth, she pleads; nothing sweet tastes good to her. Instead of the Tooth Fairy, in rapid succession appear Cupid, the Easter Bunny, and a Christmas elf, all of whom decorate her [...]

    9. Holly Letson on said:

      Pinkilicious has lost a tooth. But, it's not just any toothIt's her "sweet tooth". But, she lost it from eating a cookie stolen from a friend. She, then, cannot taste the sweetness in anything sweet. We learn this, as many holiday mascots show up to give her wonderful sweets while she sleeps, leaving her sad because she cannot taste the sweetness. Pinkilicious keeps requesting that her personal tooth fairy, Toothie Tina, come give her "good" sweets, but Tina is always busy. When Tina does come, [...]

    10. Lynetta on said:

      The art in this work and this series is just terrific. The pages in this library book have creases in them obviously created by children. In this work her tooth has been wiggling and when it comes out Pinkalicious realizes it was her sweet tooth! She writes a letter to the tooth fairy, but the reply is from Carlos Cupid, because "Tootheetina, your personal tooth fairy, was busy last night." With the next letter to Mr. Cupid and Edgar Easter Bunny (who replies Tootheetina is in India helping an e [...]

    11. Carrie on said:

      This is my favorite of all the Pinkalicious books we have read so far. And we've read a lot of them. In Silverlicious, Pinkalicious loses her tooth. Unfortunately it's her sweet tooth. She leaves a note for the tooth fairy asking her to bring her something sweet to eat until a new sweet tooth grows back. Instead of getting a visit from the tooth fairy she gets a visit from Carlos Cupid, Edgar Easter Bunny and Elf #351. They all leave her candy but none of them taste sweet to her. Eventually, Pin [...]

    12. Davonni on said:

      Silverlicious is a great read! Like the rest of the pinkalicious series the pictures are very detailed and colorful. In Silverlicous, Pinkalicious loses her tooth and is worried she lost her sweet tooth as well. She is devastated that she might not ever be able to taste sweet things again. She begins to write the tooth fairy on her quest to get her sweet tooth back. I would use this book inside my classroom when it comes to teaching students how to write letters. This book is a fun way to see wh [...]

    13. Cindy on said:

      Pinkalicious learns a valuable lesson in this book. She looses her a tooth, which happens to be sweet tooth. She can taste nothing sweet. She is disappointed and unhappy when her tooth fairy is to busy to come and help and sends some other interesting guest to help with the problem. She also learns a very valuable lesson on how her attitude may effect how her day goes. This is a fun little book and has very bright and vivid illustrations. Little girls that love princesses will love Silverlicious [...]

    14. Laima on said:

      Very colourful illustrations. That's the only good thing about this book.I have no idea why this series is even popular. I would not recommend it for little girls unless you don't mind them aspiring to be barbie doll type clones. The main character is a greedy and spoiled little girl who is not happy unless she gets what she wants. I find the story silly and insulting to females.Library copy

    15. Laurie on said:

      My daughter and I are enjoying some great books this Summer. Silverlicious has been one of our favorite reads. It's entertaining for me to read to her and she enjoys the story. We've read this entire series. It's so cute and fun. Looking forward to reading more from this author. Laurie Kozlowski

    16. Mike Smith on said:

      A cute story with a fun little brother, and an imaginative interpretation of a sweet tooth. I liked the aftermath of each evening visitor, but never felt especially moved. I suppose I just didn't like the un-heroine who finally learns her lesson.

    17. Holly on said:

      This was was so much fun with the different holiday characters!!! A fun read with Carson.

    18. Betsy on said:

      Although I found this book a bit painful, I did appreciate the cute illustrations. The fact that the notes from various characters do not appear as the main text but rather as part of the illustrations gets students used to the idea of looking at other text features for additional information. I also see many little girls in my class reading books of this series and loving them. If this book makes kids excited to read, then I'm all for it.

    19. Antoinette Scully on said:

      Pinkalicious loses her “sweet tooth.” Where is the tooth fairy when you need her the most? ••• I’m pretty neutral with this book series but this one I think was the worst so far. It spends a lot of time on her bratty qualities and not as much on her nicer, improved qualities. I wasn’t a fan.

    20. Hazel on said:

      Haha I read this as a child a million times and I love it 😂😂 definitely a good kids book 👍

    21. Ashley on said:

      Pinkalicious looses her sweet tooth! She is visited by everyone but the tooth fairy in her quest to find something sweet.

    22. Melissa Namba on said:

      good thing there was a moral to the story about being nice because I was getting annoyed with her behavior. glad this series doesn't treat bad behavior as a form of precociousness.

    23. Mosley Allen on said:

      Probably my favorite one from this series. It's got a great fun story teaching kids to be respectful and grateful and the pages are eye catching. Not your typical tooth fairy story!

    24. Christine Ann on said:

      Absolutely cute book series! Love these books and love the illustrations! Cute story about a little girl in a silver world!

    25. Kim Mccutcheon on said:

      Book Title: Silverlicious by Victoria KannShort description of book: Pinkalicious loses her sweet tooth in this cute story. Throughout the story, she is in search of getting her sweet tooth back and is visited by cupid, the easter bunny and an elf. She is ungrateful and just wants her tooth fairy to visit. The story has letters from all these characters. At the end, Pinkalicious finally realizes that sweetness comes from the inside (from her tooth fairy’s letter). Finally, she writes a note to [...]

    26. Johna Brown on said:

      First, I would like to say that I enjoy ALL of Pinkalicious books. I would use this story to teach students how to make predictions. I would demonstrate this by reading the title and making a prediction about the book based on the title and illustration on the front cover. I would explain to my students that predictions require making new connections using prior knowledge. Silverlicious is about Pinkalicious losing her sweet tooth. She had written the tooth fairy a letter asking for something sw [...]

    27. Paige Green on said:

      The story Silverlicious was written and illustrated by Victoria Kann. This book series has three other books that all follow the obsession a little girl has with colors. This story, however, is about the little girl losing her tooth and worried that she lost her sweet tooth. Pinkalicous first leaves a note for her tooth fairy to bring her something sweet and is astonished the next morning when the wrong visitor drops by. Between Cupid, the Easter Bunny, and a Christmas Elf, the little girl is no [...]

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