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Flower Girl World Review


Is it great to be a flower girl? Lots of girls think so and author Lynelle Woolley has captured this excitement in a series of children’s books called Flower Girl World. However, the appeal of these stories goes further than flower girls participating in weddings. The main theme of the books is friendship, and learning that differences can be a good thing. Flower Girl World, a club of sorts, has the makings of The Babysitter’s Club or the American Girl series by bringing together multiethnic characters, each with a unique point of view and their own story to tell.

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Rosie and the Wedding Day Rescue – Rosie never wanted to be a flower girl, but she accepts the request from Greta, her former babysitter anyway. She doesn’t like the idea of shopping for a dress, not to mention wearing one. She also doesn’t like the idea of spending an entire day away from doing what she loves best - being a detective. However, when she walks into the chaos in the bridal party suite, it’s not long before the bride is in tears and the wedding is delayed. In order to save the day, the flower girls all have to help in the best way they know how and for Rosie that means using her special detective skills fast!

Camellia the Fabulous Flower Girl – Camellia Azalea Gardenia Bloom wants to be the best flower girl in the whole world. She always practices her flower girl moves, her flower girl smile and has even started a special Flower Girl World club. The only thing is, she has never had a chance to put all her special flower girl know-how to work. She knows that one day she will be in a wedding and she will be the best flower girl ever! Then she gets her chance when Aunt Bella asks her to do the special honors at her upcoming wedding. Camellia is the happiest she’s ever been until she realizes that she isn’t the only flower girl! How is she supposed to share such a special day with two other girls? Camellia wants to teach them how to be a fabulous flower girl like her, but instead they teach her there’s more than one way to be fabulous!

Flower Girl World Celebration Kit – What do you do when you want to make your flower girl feel special? Get them the complete Flower Girl World Celebration Kit. It makes for a great thank you gift from the bride or just a special something parents/adults can give to help the new flower girl celebrate her role in an upcoming wedding. The kit includes Camellia the Fabulous Flower Girl (a paperback early reader chapter book), Rosie and the Wedding Day Rescue (a hardback picture book ages 4 & up), glitter flower stickers, wedding day activity book, memory scrapbook, crayons, 6 collectible character bookmarks, practice petals, mini felt basket and official Flower Girl World certificate.





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