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Do Princesses Really Kiss Frogs?
by Carmela LaVigna Coyle Details
A young girl takes a hike with her father, asking many questions along the way about what princesses do.
My Rules for Being a Pretty Princess
by Heath McKenzie Details
When a girl who wants nothing more than to be a pretty princess finds out exactly what that entails, she rewrites the rules to suit her style.
Not Every Princess
by Jeffrey Bone Details
After listing activities that are stereotypically, but not always, attributed to princesses, fairies, pirates, superheroes, and more, encourages the reader to imagine what one could be, despite others' expectations.
Part-time Princess
by Deborah Underwood Details
A girl escapes her annoying little brother and the drudgery of school and home life when she travels to a magical kingdom each night and embarks on a series of adventures.
Prince Ribbit
by Jonathan Emmett Details
Princesses Lucinda and Arabella treat a talking frog like royalty in hopes he will turn into a prince, while fact-loving Martha is certain he is only a clever frog.
Princess Grace
by Mary Hoffman Details
Grace wants to participate in her community festival's princess float, but first she must decide what sort of a princess she wants to be--from an African princess in kente cloth robes to a floaty pink fairy tale princess.
Series -
Amazing Grace
Princess! Fairy! Ballerina!
by Bethanie Deeney Murguia Details
Playing indoors on a rainy day three little girls debate whether they should dress up as a princess, a fairy, or a ballerina.
Princesses are Not Just Pretty
by Kate Lum Details
When Princesses Mellie, Allie, and Libby begin to argue about which princess is the prettiest, they decide to hold a contest. But of course, the girls get side-tracked helping others on their way to the contest leaving Princess Mellie as the muddiest, Princess Allie as the yuckiest, and Princess Libby as the drippiest. But due to their kindness, the princesses win in the end.
The Princess and the Pig
by Jonathan Emmett Details
There's been a terrible mix-up in the royal nursery. Priscilla the princess has accidentally switched places with Pigmella, the farmer's new piglet. The kindly farmer and his wife believe it's the work of a good witch, while the ill-tempered king and queen blame the bad witch-after all, this happens in fairy tales all the time!
The Princess and the Pony
by Kate Beaton Details
Princess Pinecone would like a real war horse for her birthday, instead of which she gets a plump, cute pony--but sometimes cuteness can be a kind of weapon, especially in a fight with dodgeballs and spitballs and hairballs and squareballs.
The Princess Who Had No Kingdom
by Ursula Jones Details
Rejected by all of the other royal families she meets, it takes an encounter with a humble court jester, who declares her the queen of his heart, for the princess to discover where her kingdom really lies.
The Seven Princesses
by Smiljana Coh Details
Once upon a time, there were seven princess sisters who did everything together, from horseback riding to jumping in royal leaf piles to throwing legendary piƱata parties. But one day, they had the biggest fight in the entire history of princess fighting. There was no worse sound than the sound of this fight. Will the sisters ever find a way to fill their kingdom with sounds of laughter and playing again?
The Water Princess
by Susan Verde Details
The story of one young girl's quest to bring clean drinking water to her African village.
Very Little Sleeping Beauty
by Teresa Heapy Details
It is time for bed, but Very Little Sleeping Beauty is not tired and does not want to go to bed.
Updated 04/04/2017

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