The blockbuster picture book series by Victoria Kann has brought us such faves as Pinkalicious and the Pink Drink, Pinkalicious: Tickled Pink and Purplicious.
But the newest addition to the lineup is Silverlicious (Pinkalicious). Pinkalicious has a wiggly tooth she's been wiggling for days. When she takes a bite of her brother's chocolicious cookie, her tooth finally comes out, but it wasn't just any tooth--it was her sweet tooth! All of a sudden the cookie tastes like dirt. So Pinkalicious writes a letter to the tooth fairy and asks for something sweet to eat until a new tooth grows in. She's determined to finally see the tooth fairy, but instead she falls asleep and hears from Cupid, the Easter Bunny, and a Christmas elf. When she finally receives a letter from the tooth fairy, Pinkalicious learns that sweetness comes from the inside and perhaps she wasn't as nice as she should have been to her brother, Cupid, the Easter Bunny and the Christmas elf.
Any fan of Pinkalicious will love this latest installment. Not only are the illustrations bright and colorful, but the story is just as delightful as the silver coin chocolate Pinkalicious dubs "Silverlicious."
Reading level: Ages 4-8
Hardcover: 40 pages
Publisher: HarperCollins (February 1, 2011)
Source of review copy: Publisher