Itty helps fix the mixed-up wishes of Lollyland in this fourth Itty Bitty Princess Kitty chapter book.
A star shower is a once-in-a-lifetime event for the animals and creatures of Lollyland! As Itty Bitty Princess Kitty learns, a star shower means that everyone has the chance to wish upon a star and release it back into the sky. Then their wish is granted! But things go very wrong when a huge gust of wind causes all the wishes to get mixed up! Will Itty be able to help fix the problem? And will Lollyland’s wishes ever come true?
With easy-to-read language and illustrations on every page, the Itty Bitty Princess Kitty chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.
Chapter 1: The Missing Tiara chapter 1 The Missing Tiara Knock-knock-knock.
Someone was knocking on Itty Bitty Princess Kitty’s bedroom door. It was the Queen of Lollyland, also known as Itty’s mother.
“I came to remind you to tidy up your closet, but I see you beat me to it!” Queen Kitty said with a smile.
“Almost done!” Itty exclaimed.
“I’ll see you soon for breakfast then, darling,” the Queen replied.
Even though Itty was the princess of Lollyland, she still had to do chores, like tidying up her closet when it was messy.
And her closet was definitely messy after Itty’s friend Luna Unicorn left yesterday. The girls had played dress-up, and most of Itty’s clothes had landed on the floor. But now everything was back where it belonged.
Something still isn’t right, Itty thought. She looked more closely. Her dresses were on hangers, and her shoes were neatly stacked on the shoe rack.
What can it be? Itty wondered. And then she realized exactly what it was. Her tiara. It was gone!
The tiara usually sat on a velvet pillow on the center shelf of her closet. The pillow was there, but the tiara wasn’t.
Itty remembered taking the tiara down while playing dress-up. And she remembered Luna handing it back after she wore it. She just couldn’t remember where she had put it after that.
Itty felt a pang in her tummy. Was her tiara truly missing?
Melody Mews is a children’s book writer who lives in New York City with her husband and their two cats. Neither of her cats are of royal descent, like Itty Bitty Princess Kitty is, but don’t tell them that because they definitely think they are!
Ellen Stubbings is a children’s book illustrator and comic artist based in York, UK. She works in a tiny studio, often accompanied by her large tuxedo cat, Fig. Ellen is obsessed with all things cute and this is reflected in her illustrations.