Will Itty get along with Prince Puppy of Wagmire? Find out in this third adorable book in the Itty Bitty Princess Kitty chapter book series!
The royal family of Wagmire is visiting Lollyland! Itty is excited to meet Prince Puppy for the first time. So why doesn’t Prince Puppy seem very excited to meet her? Itty tries to show him all the fun things to do in Lollyland—Starfish Falls! Riding on clouds!—but he turns up his little dog nose at everything. Can the prince and princess ever become friends, or are cats and dogs just too different?
With easy-to-read language and illustrations on every page, the Itty Bitty Princess Kitty chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.
Chapter 1: The Announcement Dragon
The Announcement Dragon
Itty Bitty Princess Kitty was concentrating very hard. Her legs twitched as she focused on the platform across from her. It was so far away! But she’d seen her parents, the Queen and King of Lollyland, make this jump many times.
You can do this, Itty told herself.
Just then, something outside the window caught her eye. She blinked hard.
Was that… a dragon?
Itty leaped down and raced out of the climbing room. She skidded to a stop in the grand hall, where her parents were standing in front of the palace doors.
“Mom! Dad!” Itty took a deep breath. “There’s a DRAGON outside! Run!”
Queen Kitty smiled. “Yes, darling,” she purred. “No need to worry—or run. It’s an announcement dragon from Wagmire!”
“An announcement dragon?” Itty squeaked. In Lollyland, announcements were made by fairies. Tiny fairies who blew miniature trumpets and did not like to be kept waiting.
Melody Mews is a children’s book writer who lives in New York City with her husband and their two cats. Neither of her cats are of royal descent, like Itty Bitty Princess Kitty is, but don’t tell them that because they definitely think they are!
Ellen Stubbings is a children’s book illustrator and comic artist based in York, UK. She works in a tiny studio, often accompanied by her large tuxedo cat, Fig. Ellen is obsessed with all things cute and this is reflected in her illustrations.
Publisher: Little Simon (May 5, 2020)
Length: 128 pages
Grades: K - 4
Ages: 5 - 9
Lexile ® 600L
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Fountas & Pinnell™ K
These books have been officially leveled by using the F&P Text Level Gradient™ Leveling System