Ooh la la, Nancy is overjoyed (her fancy word for happy) that her class is taking a trip to the museum in the book by Jane O’connor, Fancy Nancy at the Museum. What could be more fun than that, with all the fancy things to see, and the special way she will be even fancier than ever, as she prepares for the trip with the other kids in her class. There is one small problem though, Nancy begins to not feel very well during the bus ride.
Dressed up fancy, using fancy words, and trying to bring a look and feel of fancy to everything she does and everyone she knows, Fancy Nancy at the Museum will amuse and delight you and your children. When Fancy Nancy tells her teacher about how she is feeling, the tricks Ms. Glass knows to help make her feel better may not be extremely fancy, but they do work.
Now, feeling better and looking fancy, Nancy is ready to take on the Museum and all it has to offer her. Now, with her fancy accessories, her special way of making the ordinary seem extraordinary, and an attitude that proves Nancy is determined to make this trip to the Museum ‘magnifique’, Nancy’s fancy French word for ‘great’, a fun time is sure to be had by Nancy and her entire class. Fancy Nancy at the Museum is one of the children’s books that you will want to share with your family, over and over again.