Ooooh . . . Nancy is so fancy. She uses tiaras, sequins, lace and anything else she can dream up. She is dismayed because no one else in her family is fancy. So she gives them lessons in how to . . . well, accessorize. When mom, dad and little sister are fancied up, they all go out to dinner. "When we arrive at the King's Crow, everyone looks up. They probably think we're movie stars."
Fancy Nancy by Jane O'Connor, illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser is a wonderful family story. The pictures are colorful and clever, just perfect for the story. (Take special note of Nancy using scotch tape to afix a crown on her little sister's head!)
It's hard to imagine a picture book that blends words and pictures better. This one is worth a look.