Fancy Nancy Pajama Day

fancy-nancy2Do you like to wear fancy pajamas? If you do, you would like to read Fancy Nancy Pajama Day. This book is by Jane O’Conner. I think Nancy is annoyed. For example, she really wanted to be with Bree. But Clara took over. I believe Clara is a rude girl. I also think Nancy is annoyed because it looks like it in the pictures. Nancy is also kind of elegant because she wears a lot of fancy clothes.

Fancy Nancy is a little girl who really wanted to wear her new night gown to pajama day. A girl named Bree called Nancy to see if she wants to wear the same pajamas as her. Nancy says “no”. Will Nancy have a good pajama day? Read this book to find out.

I really enjoyed this book because I loved the fancy language. For example, these are words Nancy said like, Unison means altogether, excluded means left out and immature means babyish. I also enjoyed this book because it has sweet, mean and fancy characters.  One character is Bree she is sweet.  For example, she asked Nancy do you want to wear your pajamas with pink hearts and Polk a dots. If you do we can be twins! Nancy didn’t want to.  Bree got it. She knew how much Nancy loved to be fancy. I think Bree is sweet that way because asking someone to me is sweet. Another character is Clara. She only wanted to be with Bree and Nancy felt left out. The last reason why I like this book is because it can teach you a lesson. The lesson is that you should never ever leave someone out. I recommend this book to someone who loves pajama day. That’s because this book is all about pajama day. I also recommend this book to people who leave others out because they could learn their lesson; to be kind and play with Nancy. I give this book 5 stars because I loved all the fancy words like these .Dilemma means problem, elegant means fancy, and unique means one of a kind. One more word is reply. That means answer. I also give these book 5 stars because I liked all the characters. For example, Bree is sweet. Nancy is fancy. And Clara is a little mean.

Sincerely,

Emma

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