Fancy Nancy and the Boy from Paris

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Turtleback Books, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
33 Reviews
There's a new boy in Nancy's class who has just moved from Paris. Nancy can't wait to share her fanciness with someone who will appreciate it, but this Parisian might not be quite as fancy as Nancy expects. Full color.

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Cute with a fun surprise ending. - Goodreads
The illustrations were bright and very busy. - Goodreads
A cute story with a surprise ending! - Goodreads
This book has a nice surprise ending. - Goodreads
It has a very funny and unexpected ending. - Goodreads

Review: Fancy Nancy and the Boy from Paris (Fancy Nancy)

User Review  - Edward Creter - Goodreads

Nancy is intro'd to what she thinks is a boy from Paris, France...but boy is she in for le shock! Cute and surprising story. Read full review

Review: Fancy Nancy and the Boy from Paris (Fancy Nancy)

User Review  - Julia - Goodreads

A great children's book for girls 3 to 7. The Fancy Nancy series has to make every little girl scream when a new one comes out. This one in particular is my favorite. It has a very funny and unexpected ending. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Jane O'Connor was born in New York City in 1947. She received a bachelor's degree in English literature from Smith College in 1969. In 1971, she began her publishing career by working in the editorial department of Hastings House Publishers. From 1977 to 1983, she was an editor at Scholastic, Inc.; then she moved to Random House, where she became editor-in-chief of children's books. In 1989, she moved to Grosset and Dunlap. Her first novel, Yours Till Niagara Falls, Abby, was published in 1979. Since then she has written more than 30 children's books including the Nina, Nina Ballerina stories, the Fancy Nancy series and the adult novels Dangerous Admissions and Almost True Confessions. She has won numerous awards including the New York Academy of Sciences Honor book in 1981 for Magic in the Movies: The Story of Special Effects, with Katy Hall; Golden Sower Award, Nebraska Library Association in 1982 for Yours Till Niagara Falls, Abby; and the Quill Award for Best Picture Book in 2007 for Fancy Nancy. She is vice-president and editor-at-large for Penguin Books for Young Readers.

Robin Preiss Glasser has illustrated numerous children's books including America: A Patriotic Primer, A is for Abigail, and Our Fifty States by Lynne Cheney, Daddy's Girl by Garrison Keillor, Tea for Ruby by Sarah Ferguson, and the Fancy Nancy picture books by Jane O'Connor.

Ted Enik has illustrated "Love and Kisses, Eloise" and books based on "The Magic School Bus." He lives in New York City.

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