Presenting...Tallulah

Presenting Tallulah Don t get dirty Don t talk loudly Don t wear jeans like all the other kids All her life Tallulah has heard DON T She knows plenty about what she can t do and what she shouldn t do and all about what

  • Title: Presenting...Tallulah
  • Author: Tori Spelling Hilary Liftin Vanessa Brantley-Newton
  • ISBN: 9781416994046
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Don t get dirty Don t talk loudly Don t wear jeans like all the other kids All her life, Tallulah has heard DON T She knows plenty about what she can t do and what she shouldn t do, and all about what kind of girl she isn t Now she needs to find out what kind of girl she is In her picture book debut, New York Times bestselling author Tori Spelling teams up with illuDon t get dirty Don t talk loudly Don t wear jeans like all the other kids All her life, Tallulah has heard DON T She knows plenty about what she can t do and what she shouldn t do, and all about what kind of girl she isn t Now she needs to find out what kind of girl she is In her picture book debut, New York Times bestselling author Tori Spelling teams up with illustrator Vanessa Brantley Newton to bring us the uplifting story of a spunky little girl who, with the help of some special friends, is able to discover her true self and to let her spirit shine.

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    1. Tori Spelling Hilary Liftin Vanessa Brantley-Newton

      Victoria Davey Tori Spelling is an American actress She is known for being Aaron Spelling s daughter and for her role as Donna Martin in the 1990s teen soap opera Beverly Hills, 90210.

    803 thoughts on “Presenting...Tallulah”

    1. Tallulah is not supposed to get dirty. Or talk loudly. Or make a mess. She isn't that kind of girl. Tallulah can't wear jeans or sneakers to school or keep her hair down or do any of the other things that the other kids do every day.According to her parents, Tallulah is special and that makes her different. But Tallulah doesn't want to be different. It's hard to have fun or make friends when everyone is busy telling you the things you can do because you're different.When Max, the new boy in scho [...]


    2. For more info and reviews please visit my Book Review Blog here - A Life Bound By BooksPresenting… Tallulah is a cute story with fabulous illustrations about a little girl who is told everything that she’s not supposed to do because she’s “Special” or “Not that kind of girl”. It’s as she makes her way through life at home and school that she starts to come out from behind all those “don’ts. She doesn’t want to be special; she just wants to be like all the other kids. It’s [...]


    3. Date: September 7th, 2014Author: Tori Spelling; Illustrations by Vanessa Brantley NewtonTitle: PresentingTallulahPlot: Tallulah is a privileged little girl who is not allowed to get dirty, talk loudly or make messes. The problem is Tallulah wants to be like any other kid that goes to her school. Setting: Tallulah's home; Tallulah's schoolCharacters: Tallulah, MaxPoint-of-View: Third-PersonTheme: Kindness, Individuality, Original, Style: Narrative, Third-PersonCopyright: 2010Notes: To be honest, [...]


    4. For a "princess-y" book, this one was pretty good. Plus, ever since watching Cool Runnings, I've loved the name Tallulah. I even had a sock puppet named Tallulah.Tallulah is different. She can't get dirty or make messes, because she is "not that kind of girl." Her parents remind her of this often. The kids at school makes fun of her because she is different there, too: she arrives to school in a limo, wears fancy dresses and pretty shoes. One day, she meets a new boy, Max, who was "different" to [...]


    5. First I will confess that I am a Tori Spelling fan. I watch her reality TV show and follow her on Twitter. And she's a delightful and very down to earth person. Normally I hate celebrity books, but this one is actually cute and not pedantic or self-serving. It's a simple a sweet tale of a poor little rich girl who really wants to get dirty and have fun and be like normal kids. I also love pugs and know that Tori's beloved pug was named "mimi" so that's a sweet touch. A nice story about being you [...]


    6. This was a cute little book written by Tori Spelling. I can't help but wonder if it was about her life as a child. It shows an interesting perspective because Tallulah has the life you would think every girl would want, but she's still treated differently and kids aren't very nice to her at school because of it. In the end, Tallulah ends up standing up to her family and the kids at school to show them who she really is, and she is much happier because of it.


    7. This is a great book to talk about individuality. We can talk about how its important to be yourself and not follow what everyone else is doing. I would also use this book to talk about how important it is for students to accept who they are and where they come from. Sara Boone Read Alound


    8. A cute story for little girls. I can definitely see a parallel between Tori Spelling's childhood and Tallulah, not to mention Mimi! I really enjoyed this story and the way it shows that children will be who they are inside, no matter what anyone tries to tell them. It's a great lesson to be yourself no matter what others think.


    9. This was a really cute book with a great message about being yourself, even if you're a rich girl who isn't supposed to get dirty. The illustrations are great for this short story and was fun to read. My favorite part about reading this book aloud is saying the name Tallulah.


    10. This is a book that I can use to guide and promote social emotioanal skills in the classroom. Help children identify who they are.LE. Each child will have a cues of a picture of a body and each child will draw or write something that they like to wear or use.


    11. this was an ok kids book. the girl wasn't supposed to do anything a normal kid would do and gets yelled at by her parents if she does and gets made fun of by her classmates if she doesn't. you can take this book or leave it. the illustrations were very good though.


    12. No matter what you may think of Tori Spelling, I actually found this to be a cute book. And my daughter liked it, too. I could find lots of similarities between Tallulah & Tori herself.





    13. This was a cute book to read with my little girl. She loved the pictures. It was a fun read with a simple message for parents to listen to their kids.




    14. Blech. I gave it an extra star because I did like the illustrations but the storyckluster to say the least.









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