Fancy Nancy’s Family History – Book Review 1

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If you are a kid, or you are a parent reading this blog, you may have heard of Fancy Nancy. Fancy Nancy is a series of children’s books written by Jane O’Connor. The books are Level 1 Readers, perfect for new readers.

I love Fancy Nancy because she is spectacular and uses big fancy words. After she uses a big fancy word, she will tell you what it means. For example, in the book Fancy Nancy My Family History, Nancy talks about her ancestors and says “All of mine are deceased. That’s fancy for dead.” I also love Fancy Nancy because I have all boys and she is such a girly girl with her cool colorful clothes, sparkly accessories, and fabulous attitude. She is so different from my boys. Sometimes I wish I was more like Fancy Nancy and was sparkly.

In this story, Fancy Nancy has to write a story about one of her ancestors (that’s fancy for family members who lived a long time ago) and then present it to her class. She talks to her grandpa over email about her family and he sends her a picture of his father, her great-grandfather. He tells her about him and Nancy decides to write her story about this man.

The book is short, sweet, and spectacular (that’s a fancy word for great). Check it out if you are looking for a younger kid-friendly book about explaining family history.

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About Jennifer Holik

Jennifer Holik is a genealogical research professional, lecturer, author, and the owner of Generations. For clients, Jennifer specializes in Chicago Italians and writing family histories. Jennifer published a set of genealogy textbooks for kids, adults, genealogy societies and libraries in 2012. Jennifer is available for lectures in the Chicagoland area. Jennifer is the author of many featured articles including the Kids’ Korner feature on The In-Depth Genealogist.

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