Don’t Drink the Pink
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B.C.R. Fegan    Illustrated by:  Lenny Wen

  Don’t Drink the Pink

is the latest book by B.C.R. Fegan the man who brought us Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 and once again he is joined by illustrator Lenny Wen.
We all have memories and ‘Don’t Drink the Pink’ a picture book for young readers written by the group B.C.R. Fegan and drawn by Lenny Wen .It shares the story of a little girl named Madeline from her various birthdays that each had a special gift given to her.  This is a picture book that will bring about various emotions for any readers from joy to sadness to happiness.
B.C.R. FeganTeachers and parents could use this children’s picture book to teach numbers and colors and how to deal with a very special happening that we all have to learn sometime living our lives.  The pictures were whimsical to ‘read’ along with the words that read like a lyrical poem for the rhythm of the words flow with each turn of the page.  Each birthday has an adventure of such as Madeline has a birthday twist to look forward.
My favorite part of the story was the last birthday when what she wasn’t suppose to do and we all remember that we gave in and did that thing at various times of our lives.  This is a very human story as all readers will learn.
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Follow the special relationship between Madeline and her Grandfather as they both grow and share in the most magical birthday experiences. Filled with secrets to uncover and brimming with imagination, Don’t Drink the Pink explores a number of basic concepts including colors, numbers and the reality of growing older.

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