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  • 100 Stories Before School,The Early Literacy Journey,

    Fancy Nancy Ideas Fancy Nancy series by Jane O Connor, Harper Collins.

  • S. Clark

    "Fancy Nancy" by Jane O'Connor. A cute picture book about an average little girl (Nancy) with a love of fabulous (and French) things! Amazing illustrations, and the occasional "fancy" word to broaden the mind of your young reader. Now part of a series.

  • Anna Myhre

    Fancy Nancy first appeared on store shelves in 2005 has been a popular childrens book series ever since. Nancy Clancy is the main character.

  • Brynn Parker

    One of the best kids books ever!

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