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Bonjour, Bookseller! There’s a little bit of Fancy Nancy in all of us, which is why the new and glorious Fancy Nancy picture book by Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser has waltzed right to the top of the New York Times bestseller list. So how about throwing a fancy fete in your store? To help you host the ultimate fancy soirée, we present to you this Fancy Nancy Event Kit, full of in-store event ideas and reproducible activities, including special name tags and bookplates. Invite girls and parents to accessorize with their most glamorous finery to celebrate their inner Nancy and get the fancy party started!

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STEP 1: Calling all fancy girls (and their families, who may need some fancy training!) Create invitations to hand out to your customers. After all, they can’t attend a party without a proper invite! Print out your invitations on pink paper to make them extra fancy.

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Step 2: Preparations must be made!

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Bonjour my name is . . . Print out the name tags and bookplates provided. This way the girls will know each other’s name and can personalize their own copies of Fancy Nancy. Just print them out on Avery Laser 6874 (3” x 33⁄4”) labels for the perfect party giveaway.

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Proper posture is an important part of being fancy. But a girl can’t practice with a book and wear a tiara at the same time. The obvious solution is to use a banana instead. Have attendees balance bananas on their heads while walking around the store. (It doesn’t hurt to teach them to wave like the Queen while practicing being proper.)



Ribbons and bows! One bookseller or volunteer should arrive not dressed fancy. With ribbons and self-adhesive bows, the girls at the event can transform this plain girl into a fancy girl!



Pinkies out! Cookies with a hole in the middle are perfect for snacking—and for practicing eating with your pinky out, as Nancy suggests. Hand out cookies and show the girls how to use the cookie as a pinky ring. Serve juice and show them how to drink with their proper pinkies out.



Fuchsia is the new black! Fuchsia (that’s a fancy word for purple) is Nancy’s all-time favorite color. Give the girls purple pens and crayons for writing on their name tags, bookplates, and working on their activities. Decorate your store with pink and purple ribbons and glittery streamers. And remember: A party space can never be too fancy!



Get busy! In the following pages you will find fun activities for your guests to complete at the party or take home as party favors. Make sure you have plenty of markers, crayons, and colored pencils on hand.

Step 3: Enjoy the soirée and celebrate the Fancy Nancy in you!

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Nancy likes to make everything fancy! Help Nancy make her room fancy by adding decorations!

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Nancy likes to call things by their fancy names. Match these fancy words to the pictures.

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Give Nancy some color and show off how fancy you can be!

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REPRODUCIBLE NAME TAGS Print on Avery Laser 6874 (3” x 33⁄4”)

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REPRODUCIBLE BOOKPLATES Print on Avery Laser 6874 (3” x 33⁄4”)

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