Tea Time with Sophia Grace and Rosie Children’s Book

Tea Time with Sophia Grace and Rosie Children’s Book

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When I first saw Sophia Grace on Ellen, I knew she was going to be a British singing sensation. She is an ultra bubbly, beautiful eight year old who is super outgoing with a personality to boot. Sophia caught Ellen’s attention when she posted a YouTube video, along with her cousin Rosie, singing ”Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj. Unable to contain her excitement about her singing idols and the color pink, Sophia is a bright and talkative superstar on the rise – a stark contrast to the more quiet Rosie. But, Sophia says Rosie is her biggest support and together they make a team that will have you applauding and smiling.

 
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This adorable duo have another talent… they are authors! Their new book Tea Time with Sophia Grace and Rosie.

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!

Here are a few tea party tips from Sophia Grace & Rosie…
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Haven’t seen the the video of the girls on Ellen? This is their first appearance where Sophia Grace belts out Super Bass.

Here’s another video of the girls visiting Ellen on set introducing their book…

I read this book to both Emma and Ethan and we fell head over heels for it. The storyline is beyond cute, both girls are inviting one party guest. During the book they describe the one guest they are inviting… how special they are, what they love, etc. The ending of the story made me “ahhhh” and I loved the moral of the story that my children had just listened to.

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Comments

  1. Jan Lee says:

    I learned that they have a Parent and Child Newsletter 🙂

  2. Kris B says:

    They have a summer reading program called My Books Summer! The program has a variety of resources so your child doesn’t forget what they learned during the school year in the area of reading and writing!

  3. I like the storia app

  4. I love that they feature games on their web-site.

  5. joanne major says:

    didnt know about this. like the books and newletter and the kids like games

  6. tina m says:

    the games, my daughter loves them

  7. Scholastic helps spark a child’s imagination in learning. They have many resources to learn from.

  8. the games my niece would love them. thankyou, ken

  9. Colleen Maurina says:

    I like their I SPY a Funny Frog book.

  10. jamie braun says:

    im lovin the Alphatales

  11. Megan Parsons says:

    I’d like to have the I SPY Super/Extreme Challenger! book for my kids

  12. Scholastic is more than books. They something for the parent and teacher. Check it out!

  13. melissa williams says:

    I like the magic school bus books. I think my daughter would get a kick out of them.

  14. Tammy R. says:

    Love the great selection of books available. Reading is So important, and isn’t being stressed enough in school on a daily basis.

  15. nicole krutz says:

    i like storia

  16. Jessica G says:

    I like the various things you can download through storia.

  17. Bo says:

    The Five Bouncing Bunnies book is adorable and would be so perfect for Easter!

  18. Stephanie Larison says:

    The newsletter for parent/child.

  19. nannypanpan says:

    i learned they have a whole section on their site for librarians

  20. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I like the Activities and Printables section

  21. Maryann says:

    I like the Cliffords Pals read A Long Book

  22. bonnye sensenig says:

    Scholastic Magic School Bus: Takes a Dive DVD

  23. I like that they have a parents section and free printables for kids.

  24. Kristy Thiel says:

    I love the catalogs they send out to the schools!

  25. Danielle Papsis says:

    I like the Storia E-Reading app.

  26. Cindy Ray says:

    My son is just getting into reading and I would love to get him the Magic Tree House Boxed Set: Books 1-28

  27. I have loved scholastics since I was a child. They are a company that is helpful to teach children through games, books, and their newsletter!

  28. Christine Uniejewski says:

    I like the summer reading program and my son likes the games on their website.

  29. Kathy S says:

    Scholastic now as ebooks via Storia.

  30. lisa says:

    the games

  31. polly says:

    Clifford’s big dig looks like a cute book

  32. Darlene Ysaguirre says:

    They have school book clubs every order helps earn new books for your school

  33. I learned that every book I order from the Scholastic book club helps my school get new books.

  34. Nicole says:

    I love the scholastic website and use it often. I like that they break down their flyers by age.

  35. amy rouse says:

    When the Butterflies Came by Kimberley Griffiths Little looks like a good book!

  36. Rebecca Peters says:

    My kids would like the Magic Pickle and the Creature from the Black Legume

  37. nadya kotik says:

    i like the book Moving Dayby Meg Cabot

  38. Priscilla Benavides says:

    I would love the Harry Potter books for my boys!
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  39. vickie couturier says:

    I learned that they have different apps to try

  40. susan smoaks says:

    i like the harry potter series!

  41. Amber L. says:

    I really like their Clifford printables that you can print for free

  42. I learned they have resources for teachers and games for kids.

  43. Laurie Emerson says:

    I learned that you can build a home library on their site with recommendations and age groups.

  44. Vikki Billings says:

    My grandson loves Cliffords big dig

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