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    Heads Up: Fancy Nancy Does Family History

    Fancy Nancy: My Family History (I Can Read Book 1) Now that I have four adorable nieces, I have become a BIG fan of the young girls’ book series, Fancy Nancy, featuring a little girl with a very BIG vocabulary. Maybe you are a fan too?

    And as the designated family historian I am really excited about the forthcoming Fancy Nancy My Family History. The promotional copy on Amazon notes,

    Nancy wants to do an interesting school report on her ancestor. (That's fancy for a family member who lived long ago.) But will she remember to stick to the plain truth?

    The best thing about Fancy Nancy is her whole-hearted enthusiasm with every new adventure she encounters. I can imagine a bit of most new genealogists in this book and am anxious to see where the story leads.

    I look forward to ordering a few copies of this book for the little girls on my birthday and holiday list. Maybe we can spark an interest in a new Family Curator!

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    Reader Comments (3)

    Oh! My 5-year-old is going to be THRILLED. I just pre-ordered. Thanks for the heads up!

    August 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterKerry Scott

    Looks like one for my daughter's collection! We haven't started reading "Fancy Nancy" but will definitely look into it now!

    August 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterElizabeth O'Neal

    Get ready, Moms! Fancy Nancy wears some pretty "fancy" gear, rarely matching, mostly VERY VERY fun. My niece put together a unique Halloween outfit last year, complete with feather boa.

    I can't wait to see how Nancy discovers her ancestors.

    August 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDenise Levenick

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