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ISBN:1442460334
Author: Bruce Ingman,Kate Feiffer
ISBN13: 978-1442460331
Title: Double Pink
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books; Reprint edition (January 1, 2013)
Pages: 32

Double Pink by Bruce Ingman,Kate Feiffer



Double Pink by Kate Feiffer - In this happy picture book, Madison loves pink to the limit!Madison loves pink  . Illustrated by Bruce Ingman. Hardcover Enhanced eBook.

Kate Feiffer (Author), Bruce Ingman (Illustrator). However, after reading the book myself I was quite disappointed. The book describes how a little girl that loves pink gets whatever her heart desires (dress, tights, headband, sunglasses, painted room & ceiling, bedding, rug, toys, birthday party, gifts, etc. all in pink, of course) until her mom can't find her in all of the pink. Only then does the little girl miss some other colors. But this is only one page of the book, after page after page of all these things she wants and gets in pink. At the end, when the mother finds her she gets a big red kiss, and it ends with "Madison.

Double Pink is a book about a girl who wants her entire life pink. Honestly, the book was very repetitive and kind of boring. Madison, the main character, is super spoiled and she asks her mom for something and she immediately gets it. I think this book would be fun for a girl who is really into the color pink, but I don't think I would necessarily read it to a classroom. Kate Feiffer is the author of several children’s books, including Double Pink, illustrated by Bruce Ingman; President Pennybaker and My Mom Is Trying to Ruin My Life, both illustrated by Diane Goode; The Problem with Puddles, illustrated by Tricia Tusa; and Henry the Dog with No tail, illustrated by her dad, Jules Feiffer. She lives on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. Books by Kate Feiffer. Mor. rivia About Double Pink.

by Kate Feiffer & illustrated by Bruce Ingman. Ingman’s acrylic-and-ink illustrations use a minimalist style, with outlined details in black and liberal doses of the brightest neon pink to create Madison’s monochrome world.

DOUBLE PINK By Kate Feiffer. A Paula Wiseman Book/ Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. Ages 3 to 6) THE INVISIBLE MISTAKECASE Written and illustrated by Charise Mericle Harper. Houghton Mifflin Company. Obsession is the fuel for "Double Pink," sparely written by Kate Feiffer, and deliriously illustrated by Bruce Ingman in hot acrylic paint and delicate ink. Feiffer's tale is about a little girl named Madison who loves pink with a single-minded passion, and to the exclusion of every other color. Parents may recognize the all-too-familiar story, when a cute affinity becomes a tedious fetish to which the whole family must slavishly adhere. Feiffer, a filmmaker and mom of Madeline, a lover of pink, according to her book jacket, clearly has some experience in these matters.

My first book, Double Pink, illustrated by Bruce Ingman, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2005. Four of my books have been illustrated by my father, Jules Feiffer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist and children's book author and illustrator. Our dog Henry, who inspired the book Henry the dog with no tail, passed away in October of 2016. you can find more help in the help center anytime.

Kate Feiffer is a published author of children's books. The site is updated daily with information about every book, author, illustrator, and publisher in the children's, young adult book industry. Join now (it's free).

Kate Feiffer is a writer, a filmmaker, and a mother. The New York Times Book Rev"iew heralded Ms. Feiffer ?economy of style and understated wit? in her debut picture book "Double Pink", illustrated by Bruce Ingman

In this happy picture book, Madison loves pink to the limit!Madison loves pink. In fact, “pink” was her very first word, so it was no surprise to anyone when she grew up to embrace pink with a passion: her room, her clothes, even the mashed potatoes at her birthday dinner were all pink, pink, pink. But then Madison realizes that she has taken her love for pink a bit too far. What about her favorite brown bear, her red truck, her green balloon? Pink is great—it really is—but it needs the other colors to shine, and so does Madison! With simple, relatable text and playful illustrations, this kindly cautionary tale will charm enthusiasts of all colors of the rainbow.
Reviews: 7
Cordanius
My daughter loves this book! Arrived as described. Because I purchased paperback, was bent when it arrived in the mail but cannot beat the price so no complaints.
Snowskin
Very cute book, my 5 year old loves this book and it is always checked out at the library so i decided to buy it for her, we read it all the time.
Kifer
Granddaughter has really enjoyed this book. Great!
Bu
My daughter loved this book!
Gianni_Giant
My 3 girls love this book and all that is pink.

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Doomblade
I was initially very excited about this book after reading other reviews, knowing my pink-loving 3 year old would be excited, too. However, after reading the book myself I was quite disappointed. The book describes how a little girl that loves pink gets whatever her heart desires (dress, tights, headband, sunglasses, painted room & ceiling, bedding, rug, toys, birthday party, gifts, etc. all in pink, of course) until her mom can't find her in all of the pink. Only then does the little girl miss some other colors. But this is only one page of the book, after page after page of all these things she wants and gets in pink. At the end, when the mother finds her she gets a big red kiss, and it ends with "Madison loved red...", as if to indicate the whole scenario all over again. Does she then love red so much that she gets whatever she wants in red? Seems to me the author missed another important lesson. Besides the fact that there are other colors in the world to enjoy besides your favorite, there also could have been a lesson about getting whatever you want (like everything pink) isn't always a good thing. I'm not even sure I want to read this book to my daughter for fear that she'll think it's ok to have everything she wants (pink or otherwise.)
Adorardana
I don't want to repeat other reviewers here who agree this book is not worthwhile because they've already summed up the important (negative) points about this book.

The book might as well just be a list of things the girl asks for and then gets, no questions asked.

I hid this book from my kids after we read it once.
We've had this book for about a year now and it is still in regular rotation when we have story time. It can be a little monotonous after a while but we have found that by changing the words from Double Pink to Double Purple or Orange or whatever catches the attention of my daughter and us as parents since we have to think of how to make it different. My daughter always giggles when she catches us reading it "wrong". Ultimately she shouts for us to "read it the right way mommy" and we settle down to see Madison figure out a little bit about life. It's a fun book even after a year.