Fuchsia Fierce

Fuchsia Fierce Fuchsia Fierce is a bold name for a bold girl but she wasn t always so brave Thanks to her parents her camp counselor and her friends Fuchsia finally learns how to live up to her name This vibrant

  • Title: Fuchsia Fierce
  • Author: Christianne C. Jones Kelly Canby
  • ISBN: 9781623707866
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fuchsia Fierce is a bold name for a bold girl, but she wasn t always so brave Thanks to her parents, her camp counselor, and her friends, Fuchsia finally learns how to live up to her name This vibrant picture book will teach every reader the importance of self confidence a priceless lesson.

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    1. I like how she was scared but she did stand up and she learned a couple of things. Good job for being strong Fuchsia for being fierce.

    2. Fuchsia Fierce by Christianne Jones is a picturebook that is currently scheduled for release on September 1 2016.Fuchsia Fierce is a bold name for a bold girl, but she does not feel brave. Her parents send her to camp where she tries new things and finds confidence in herself. Thanks to her camp counselor, and her friends, Fuchsia finally learns how to live up to her name.Fuchsia Fierce is a picturebook about breaking out of your shell and trying new things even though it is scary. I like that F [...]

    3. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The art really stood out with the colors. Kelly Canby did a good job of illustrating the different activities that Fuchsia was initially missing out on and what she learned to enjoy after her revelation.The story was a simple one about finding your self confidence. I'm a little suspicious of how easy it was for Fuchsia to resolve her core problem so quickly, but it's also difficult to tell how much time passes at [...]

    4. As someone who didn't like volunteering for new things as a child, I appreciated this book. Fuchsia has a bold name, but is rather shy, and doesn't like trying new things. Her parents enroll her in "Camp Confidence" but she comes up with every excuse in the book to not participate. Then, she saw how much fun everyone else was having and decided to start giving new things a try. She learned about what she didn't like, and what she liked, and "with each new activity, Fuchia's confidence grew." Wha [...]

    5. Fuchsia Fierce is nothing like her name; she's quiet, shy, tiny and timid and does not like trying anything new. So her parents send her to summer camp which she hates, coming up with excuse and after excuse to get out of doing or trying anything. But then she realises that everyone else is having fun so she takes a deep breath and A story about accepting who you are and trying your best, even if you might fail. The cover is very pink but don't let that put you off, this isn't about a stereoty [...]

    6. This book is amazing. The best part: "But she learned to be brave and strong and fearless, too. She learned to believe in herself."Definitely an all-star storytime addition!

    7. Fuchsia Fierce is a bold name for a bold girl, but she wasn't always so brave. Thanks to her parents, her camp counselor, and her friends, Fuchsia finally learns how to live up to her name.

    8. I get that there is probably a need for self-esteem books out there. Kids have to be encouraged to participate in group activities, and learn to get along, and stuff like that. But forcing an already shy kid to go to camp and be forced to participate in group activities? I can see nothing but problems ahead.Glad it all worked out for Fuchsia, but I would hate to have a kid that was shy and didn't want to do group activities read the book and say, well, she did it, I should too, and then find the [...]

    9. Fuchsia Fierce is the story of a shy girl who learns to be bold. She does not want to try anything and makes excuses all the time. Her parents want to help her so they send her the Camp Confidence. The first week, nothing changed. She continued to make excuses so she would not have to try new things. After the first week, she realized everyone was having fun except her. She decides to try something different. Nobody laughed at her and she was not embarrassed. After her success the first time, sh [...]

    10. Fuchsia Fierce is about a little girl who is afraid to try new things and goes to a summer camp (Camp Confidence) where she finally tries some new shenanigans and ends up enjoying herself and finding a bit of fierceness in her after all. This is one of those short children's books written with a nice moral packaged inside but it also manages to be a really cute book that my daughters would love. I don't often enjoy children's books like this but I know my little girls would gobble it up and it w [...]

    11. As someone who didn't like volunteering for new things as a child, I appreciated this book. Fuchsia has a bold name, but is rather shy, and doesn't like trying new things. Her parents enroll her in "Camp Confidence" but she comes up with every excuse in the book to not participate. Then, she saw how much fun everyone else was having and decided to give things a try. She learned about what she didn't like, and what she liked, and "with each new activity, Fuchia's confidence grew." What a good les [...]

    12. Fuchsia Fierce may have a bold name, but that doesn't mean she lives up to it. In fact, Fuchsia is the opposite of fierce, and she definitely does not want to try anything new. With a nudge from her parents, a camp counselor, and herself, Fuchsia takes a bold step and discovers an important lesson about believing in yourself. Maybe Fuchsia is fierce after all. A great lesson and story for children!*A copy of this book was provided free of charge for an honest review.

    13. A great book for a classroom read aloud or to keep in the classroom library to help those students who are scared of trying new things. The message that you should try everything even though you may not like or be good at some of those things is spot on and easy for children to understand. A lovely addition to any child's bookshelf.I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley for an unbiased review.

    14. Thank you Netgalley for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review. I have to mention the cover caught my attention on Netgalley, it was pink! Fuchsia Fierce teaches children about having self confidence. She's a shy little girl who keeps to herself, but she shows courage and self-development. Great book for teaching self-esteem issues. Highly recommended!! The illustrations are awesome!

    15. This is a great story to teach children that it is ok to be afraid to try new things but if they will summon up the courage then they will find that new experiences are not so scary. I love the main character, Fuchsia Fierce, she is what I imagine many children feel like when faced with something out of their comfort zone.

    16. Fuchsia Fierce is a great story for 4-7 year olds about a girl overcoming her fears to truly learn to enjoy new experiences and to take risks. All of us could benefit from Camp Confidence sometimes. The book is an ode to girl power. The illustrations are quirky and the ARC copy I viewed has quirky fonts galore. To

    17. Fuchsia is not fierce, until her parents send her to Camp Confidence. A cute but overly pink book. It was also so simplified that I’m not sure it will get its intended message of “believe in yourself” across.

    18. Young Fuchsia has a bold, fierce name, but she is "quiet, shy, tiny, and timid." She is also very afraid to try new things or stand out. What she really excels at is making up excuses as to why she can't do new things. Her parents send her to camp confidence and she finally gives in and tries something new. She learns how great it is to try new things and that it is okay to mess up and not be perfect. Best of all, she learned to believe in herself. Kids will have a lot of fun with the colorful i [...]

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