A young girl is overjoyed when she's asked to be the flower girl at her older sister's wedding. But she starts to worry that she'll mess up - can her lucky ring save the day?
About the Author
Gail Herman has written many books for Penguin Young Readers, including Flower Girl and Lucky Goes to School.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A very good beginning chapter book. Main character narrates her way through her older sisters wedding where she is the flower girl. Conflict of the story is that Donna, the bride, does not like her little sister's lucky ring and makes her take it off for the wedding. She hides it in her flower basket because she could not leave it at home. The groom leaves the ring at home and the girl saves the day with her lucky ring. Good short chapter book for a little girl
My twin children, girl & boy, are in Kindergarten and this book was great for them. The words used are perfect, sight & frequently used words, giving them a nice reading experience.