Thursday, April 13, 2017

VAMPIRINA AT THE BEACH by Anne Marie Pace / Book Review & Giveaway #VampirinaBallerina


By: Anne Marie Pace
Illustrated by: LeUyen Pham
Published by: Disney
Released on: April 4th, 2017
Ages: 2 & up 
Purchase from: Amazon | B&N
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Rating: 4 Owlets
A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for my honest review

When the summer moon is full, a beach trip is an epic way to spend the night.

With her signature poise, Vampirina and her clan gear up for a festive time at the beach. Keeping her ballet lessons in mind, Vampirina demi-pliés on a surfboard, leaps for a volleyball, and finishes each competition with style, even if she doesn't always come out on top.

Fans of Vampirina Ballerina will love her new adventure. When you combine fun characters, Vampirina, and trip to the beach, you're in a for a fun surprise! 

The best way to spend time at the beach is with friends and family. Vampirina's moonlight trip to the beach is full of fun, dancing, catching the waves, and playing games. This wouldn't be a Vampirina book without dancing! 

Whether you're a new fan to this lovable character and her book series, or a long time fan, the newest Vampirina book is one you'll be sure to love. This is one unforgettable beach trip readers will enjoy going on. 

ABOUT THE SERIES

Vampirina Ballerina
Oh, to be a ballerina! It’s a challenge for any little girl, but even more so if you happen to be a vampire like VampirinaFirst of all, you have to find a class that meets at night. Then you have to figure out how to perfect your form when you can’t see yourself in the mirror?  And then there’s wearing pink (not the most flattering of colors if you happen to be undead) and that nagging urge to take a little nip out of the other dancers. And worse of all… STAGE FRIGHT!!!

Vampirina Ballerina Hosts a Sleepover

Before Vampirina can host her very first sleepover there are a few things she must keep in mind: be polite and offer her guests food (like blood pudding); plan some games like scavenger hunt (but keep the clues simple so no one gets lost); and don’t forget to dance! Vampirina may be a little nervous at first, but by following a few simple rules she will host the Best Sleepover Ever.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anne Marie Pace (www.annemariepace.com) is the author of Vampirina Ballerina and Vampirina Hosts a Sleepover, and has had stories, poems, and articles for kids published in such magazines as Highlights for Children, My Friend, Wee Ones, and On the Line. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with her husband and four teenagers.

ENTER TO WIN


Thank you to Disney-Hyperion for teaming up with us to host this awesome giveaway! One winner receives:


  • Vampirina Ballerina 
  • Vampirina Ballerina Hosts a Sleepover
  • Vampirina at the Beach
  • plus a branded beach ball and tumbler!

Open to US addresses only.
Prizing and samples provided by Disney-Hyperion.

Be on the look out for more/new Vampirina adventures with the premiere of the 'Vampirina' TV series coming to Disney Junior in '17.

13 comments:

  1. I always make sure I take plenty of water (drinking water) with me. Its no fun to get dehydrated.

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  2. Whenever you go to the beach you must take an umbrella!

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  3. Sunscreen! We are a super pale family lol

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  4. I would bring a beach towel and a good book!

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  5. I make sure to always bring sunscreen and and wireless speaker

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  6. We always make sure we bring a big beach blanket and some sand toys!

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  7. We always take sunscreen and towels when we go to the beach!!

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  8. Sunscreen. An. Lots of liquida an hand santizer

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