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I bought this book for my little Baby Ruby for Christmas and read it and LOVED it I loved the illustrations and the story was darling Since Baby Ruby is named after Grandma Ruby, I m going to buy Grandma the book for Christmas. This book first off has amazing illustrations The amount of detail in it is just beautiful This book sends such a good lesson on manners and how to act Ruby gets a letter inviting her to tea with the Queen at the end of the week Everyone throughout the week reminds her what she should do or not do while having tea with the Queen She needs to learn how to act like royalty This book teaches children how to act and treat each other and adults The Queen ends up being her grandma at the end of This book first off has amazing illustrations The amount of detail in it is just beautiful This book sends such a good lesson on manners and how to act Ruby gets a letter inviting her to tea with the Queen at the end of the week Everyone throughout the week reminds her what she should do or not do while having tea with the Queen She needs to learn how to act like royalty This book teaches children how to act and treat each other and adults The Queen ends up being her grandma at the end of the book But she still needs to use her manners with her grandma too.This book is intended for little kiddos, probably pre k to first grade They could learn their manners and how to act in school Every so often Cheerios includes a free book in the box of cereal We got our copy of Tea for Ruby by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York that way As it s illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser, the illustrator of the Fancy Nancy books, the author s name didn t register when I first started reading it to Harriet.Ruby, who appears to be a normal suburban child who one day receives a invitation to have tea with the Queen Her family reminds her of her manners and she practices so she ll be ready Tea wi Every so often Cheerios includes a free book in the box of cereal We got our copy of Tea for Ruby by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York that way As it s illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser, the illustrator of the Fancy Nancy books, the author s name didn t register when I first started reading it to Harriet.Ruby, who appears to be a normal suburban child who one day receives a invitation to have tea with the Queen Her family reminds her of her manners and she practices so she ll be ready Tea with the Queen ends up being tea with her grandmother Now the grandmother in the book is drawn like any generic grandmother but it was on this page that things clicked into place.See Harriet asked how it was the grandmother could possibly be a queen And I blurted out something like, the pictures are wrong I gleefully explained or tried who the author was and how her two daughters are in fact princess and have a queen for a grandmother I showed her a picture of Queen Elizabeth II The funny thing, she didn t believe me My princess obsessed daughter doesn t believe they actually exist A little girl gets an invitation to have tea with the Queen, and she can hardly hold in her excitement She frequently daydreams about what it will be like Others keep reminding Ruby that she ll need to mind her manners with the Queen, a reminder that seems much needed Ruby and the Queen aka Grandma end up having a spectacular time.I picked this up out of our Elementary Media Center thinking it was a Fancy Nancy book I haven t read, and then realized while the artist is the same it is actual A little girl gets an invitation to have tea with the Queen, and she can hardly hold in her excitement She frequently daydreams about what it will be like Others keep reminding Ruby that she ll need to mind her manners with the Queen, a reminder that seems much needed Ruby and the Queen aka Grandma end up having a spectacular time.I picked this up out of our Elementary Media Center thinking it was a Fancy Nancy book I haven t read, and then realized while the artist is the same it is actually written by Sarah Ferguson of all people I almost didn t read it, but it turned out to be cute and a nice lesson on manners One does wonder if there isn t a political commentary in here somewhere since Ferguson s daughters Grandmother really is an honest to goodness Queen of Englanddid they stress out over manners before visiting Grandma Whatever the motives and or back story, the resulting picture book is surprisingly fun and a good choice for younger girls Tea for Ruby, written by Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York and illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser, is an adorable story of a manners and imagination.Continue reading on Examiner.com Tea for Ruby a book review about a special tea party San Francisco fiction Examiner.com Tea for Ruby, written by Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York and illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser, is an adorable story of a manners and imagination.Continue reading on Examiner.com Tea for Ruby a book review about a special tea party San Francisco fiction Examiner.com this delightful story about manners is best done with two readers For extra fun, follow up with this little action verse This works very well with babies on laps.Here Sits the Duchess Here sits the Duchess gently touch the forehead Here sit her two friends touch the eyebrows Here sits the flamingo touch one cheek Here sits the queen touch the other cheek Here sits the hedgehog touch the nose Here he runs in touch the mouth Under your chinny chin, chinny chin, chin tickle gently This book was too cute, and it was really about manners, I liked that the ending was kind of surprising and not what you expected Reading it to children though I would definitely give them a little background history on the author and who she is, and how this book would relate Very simple light reading but the pictures are fantastic &FREE BOOK ☞ Tea for Ruby ☚ That Ruby Wherever she goes, table cloths accidentally pull dishes to the floor, flowers get trampled and spaghetti somehow end up in her hair You can t take Ruby anywhere One sunny morning, the postman brings Ruby an amazing invitation to have tea with the Queen Ruby had better polish her manners and quickly Will Ruby really be ready in time Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser, illustrator of the Fancy Nancy series My mom gave this book to my 9 year old for her birthday and we ve loved reading it The pictures are gorgeous and so clever And it s sweet and about having tea with grandma in a house that reminds my daughter of her grandma s house Not to mention, this book even tackles manners as well It s really quite a delightful little book. I think this is one of myfavorite princessy books It teaches manners And the princess in my house loves it Definitely the same artist as Fancy Nancy My husband was certain it was Fancy Nancy and I had to try to convince him that they were slightly different The attitude is better, although I don t mind Fancy Nancy s attitude One I consider adding to our library.