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The Adventures Of Pajama Girl and the Coronation of the Cupcake Queen
by Sandra Hagee Parker
This is such a sweet story about a very imaginative girl and her little sister. Pajama girl goes on an adventure every night because what ever is on her magical pjs is in her dreams. In this story her and her little sister travel to a land of sweet treats. There they embark on a quest to help retrieve the missing sprinkles for the Cupcake Queen’s coronation. In the process of saving the day they young girls learn wonderful life lessons and build a bond of sisterly love.
I can see resemblances of the characters in the book in my own two little dreamers. They love the book for it’s cute art and the fun adventure. I love the book because when I am reading it to them it isn’t hard at all to see my own children as these two little girls. My oldest is bright, funny, and very imaginative and I could see her going on adventures all night long in her pajamas. My youngest is crazy, wild, free and looks up to her sister as her inspiration. They have a very close bond together and love each other very much. Books like this that endorse that sister bond are so nice for them to share together. We all want to see more of these books.
About the book:
Hardcover; 32 pages
A cute, illustrated story about a girl’s imagination and her magical pajamas. In this adventure, Ellie’s cupcake pajamas pave the way for she and her Sis to take a journey to a land filled with all kinds of sweet treats. Their journey quickly turns into an adventure to help the Cupcake Queen find the missing sprinkles needed for her coronation ceremony. In searching for the missing sprinkles, Ellie and Sis uncover a life lesson that is important for every child to learn.
About the author:
Sandra Hagee Parker lives in San Antonio, Texas with her husband, Ryan, and their daughters, Olivia and Elliana — the original pajama girls. A practicing attorney, Sandy is also a part of the music ministry at Cornerstone Church where she and her husband are leaders.
When not working or writing, Sandy enjoys traveling with her family and mastering the art of making Pancakes à la Pajama Girl with her two girls.