2013 Sakura Medal Books

Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew by Maryann Cocca-Leffler


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Author: dontflop

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10 thoughts on “Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew by Maryann Cocca-Leffler

  1. it all starts with a tiny lie than….

  2. I like the part when Kim said
    the truth to her Grandma.
    I really like that book but I didn’t
    When she lied to her Friends and her

  3. This book is so funny! It started with a teeny,tiny lie and it grew and grew until Kim had to tell the truth that she’s not really a princess.

  4. This book is very funny and it is a good book because it teaches you a lesson. I think it is good for Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade.

  5. Mia,
    Could you please tell me a little about what lesson one can learn from reading this book? Also, do you think that even middle school students could learn anything from reading the book?

  6. I thought this book was trying that don’t lie and be honest with everybody!!!!!!!!!!

  7. I liked how Kim’s lie grew bigger and bigger.I thought her grandmother did the right thing to help her grandmother.

  8. I liked this book because in the first place Kim wasn’t liked from the other people and she told a lie to let everyone like her

  9. I liked when Kim lied to everyone that she was princess. I also liked when one boy played with with her even he knew she was lieing.

  10. I loved this book! I didn’t like the part when she lied to all the people in the school. I liked the part when she was spending time with her grandma. I also liked the part when she told the truth to everyone at her school. This might be my favourite book!

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