Fancy Nancy and the Posh Puppy
When Nancy decides to get a dog, she is certain that with the right dog, she can be fancier than ever. After all, a small, delicate, fluffy dog is the ultimate accessory for a fancy girl. But her family has other ideas. They want a large, plain dog. How unglamorous!
But Nancy soon learns that there’s nothing fancier than the unconditional love of a canine companion.
Perfect for fans of the Eloise and Olivia books. From the dazzling New York Times bestselling duo Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser!
This entry in the popular Fancy Nancy series is once more focused on all that glitters, starting with its sequined cover. The little girl with the Marie Antoinette updo (and a tiara perched upon an “Ace Plumbing” baseball cap) is ecstatic that her family is considering getting a puppy. Nancy wants the fanciest possible puppy and puppy-sits her posh neighbor Mrs. DeVine’s papillon to convince her family. A series of comic mishaps ensues, with the little dog too fussy even for Nancy. The family finally picks out a big dog from a shelter, with Nancy concluding that “unique” may be better than “fancy.” Preschool-Grade 1. --Connie Fletcher --This text refers to the Audible Audio Edition edition. Fancy Nancy is back!And when her family decides to get a dog, she's certain she can be fancier than ever. After all, a papillon—a small, delicate, fluffy dog—is the ultimate accessory. But her family wants a large, plain dog. How unglamorous! --This text refers to the Audible Audio Edition edition.
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