Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Book Review / Giveaway / Tour: Team Time With Sophie Grace & Rosie

By: Sophie Grace Brownless & Rosie McClelland
Illustrated by: Shelagh McNicholas
Published by: Scholastic
Released on: February 1st, 2013
Source: book from publisher to review
4 Stars: We Enjoyed It!
Purchase from: Amazon

TEA TIME WITH SOPHIA GRACE AND ROSIE is the perfect book for you and your daughter to share!  Sophia Grace and Rosie share all the proper tips for hosting the perfect princess tea party!   The totally sweet book is based on the adorable cousins who quickly became YouTube sensations after appearing on the ELLEN show numerous times.  Sophia Grace and Rosie have resonated with large audiences by dressing up in pink tutus and living out young girls' princess fantasies!

The is a cute picture book/story for young readers who are fans of Princess's, pink, friendship and tea parties. Tea Time with Sophie Grace and Rosie is a cute story with real life The Ellen show stars, Sophie Grace and Rosie. These two, young adorable cousins, and friends have quickly found their way into the hearts of Ellen fans. Now they have a book out. While I'm normally not a fan of picking up books based on TV personalities, this book was too cute to pass up when I was asked if I'd like to review it. I'm glad I read it. It's one my little girl enjoyed.

Outside of the story of friendship, I loved the cute illustrations, and Sophie Grace and Rosie's Tea Time Tips, which you can see below:

This is one Tea Time you don't want to miss! I'd recommend picking up Team Time with Sophie Grace and Rosie today. If you haven't yet, check out Sophie Grace and Rosie's appearances on Ellen before.

Meet Sophie Grace & Rosie! Check out their clips from The Ellen DeGeneres Show 

The Giveaway:

Thank you to Scholastic, I have 2 copies of the Tea Time with Sophia Grace and Rosie. To enter, please leave a comment telling me Who You'd Like to a Tea Party With, along with your email address (US residents only). Good luck! *standard MK giveaway rules apply*
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