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Tea Time with Sophia Grace and Rosie

By Sophia Grace Brownlee   and Rosie McClelland   Illustrated by Shelagh McNicholas   

Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9780545502146 Hardcover
40 Pages | 9.28" x 11.29" | Ages 3 to 5

The precocious cousins from the Ellen show host a princess tea party!

Following their breakout performance of Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" on the Ellen show, Sophia Grace and Rosie became YouTube sensations. After appearing numerous times on Ellen, Sophia Grace and Rosie have resonated with large audiences by dressing up in pink tutus and living out young girls' princess fantasies!

These precocious cousins, ages 9 and 5, have charmed Ellen, her studio audiences, and millions of YouTube viewers with their British accents, delightful banter, princess dresses, singing and dancing talents, tea parties, and more!

In Tea Time with Sophia Grace and Rosie, the cousins plan a tea party with lots of pink, glitter, chocolate, and cotton candy. Each one is allowed to invite one guest — and they invite each other! Ultimately, the most fun part of the tea party is sitting around eating sweets and having girl talk. The book will feature photos of the girls as well as dazzling illustrations by Shelagh McNicholas. Plus, young girls will love the tips for how to host a tea party!

Raves & reviews:

Praise for Sophia Grace and Rosie

"There has been no one and nothing quite like Sophia Grace Brownlee. It may be early days, but I suspect the precocious and hilarious eight-year-old from Harlow, Essex, will be the breakout internet sensation of the year... There is something irresistible about her innocence, her hearty joy in everything she does, her cute 'gor blimey' accent, her girly pink dress and her lack of embarrassment." —The Daily Mail

"Sophia Grace and her cousin, Rosie, continue to entertain viewers throughout the world with their breakout songs and latest Nicki Minaj-inspired performances." —The Huffington Post

"Our favorite girls are back!" —OK! Magazine