I Can Build It! (Princess Truly #3)

by Kelly Greenawalt (Author) Amariah Rauscher (Illustrator)

I Can Build It! (Princess Truly #3)
Reading Level: K − 1st Grade
Series: Princess Truly

Princess Truly is a great inventor! With her magic, sparkling curls, she can build anything from a Brushy-Brush machine to a super-cool, turbo-boosted racing bike for her little brother. But when Truly and her sidekick pug Sir Noodles discover that the animal shelter is all out of treats, it's time for their biggest invention yet... the Super Snack Machine!

These rhyming, funny, and empowering short stories with full-color artwork and easy-to-read text throughout are perfect for new readers!

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Review quotes

"The perfect choice for youngsters from pre-K to second grade." — Essence

"No task is too small or too big for Princess Truly, who is every little girl in the world." — Texas Magazine

Kelly Greenawalt
KELLY GREENAWALT is a children's book author, wife, and mother of seven living just outside Houston, Texas. Princess Truly was inspired by her daughters, Calista and Kaia, who are smart, spunky, and have magical curls of their own.

AMARIAH RAUSCHER is an artist and illustrator specializing in luminous watercolor illustration. She lives with her husband and children in Illinois, where she enjoys drawing, painting, and bringing Princess Truly's newest journeys to life.

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Guided Reading Level
Scholastic Inc.
Publication date
March 03, 2020
Princess Truly
BISAC categories
JUV039140 - Juvenile Fiction | Social Themes | Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance
JUV011010 - Juvenile Fiction | People & Places | United States - African-American
JUV057000 - Juvenile Fiction | Stories in Verse (see also Poetry)
JUV014000 - Juvenile Fiction | Girls & Women
JUV034000 - Juvenile Fiction | Royalty (kings queens princes princesses knights etc.)
JUV043000 - Juvenile Fiction | Readers | Beginner
JUV071000 - Juvenile Fiction | Superheroes
JUV036020 - Juvenile Fiction | Technology | Inventions
Library of Congress categories
Brothers and sisters
African Americans
Stories in rhyme
African American children

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