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Do Princesses Really Kiss Frogs?
by Carmela LaVigna Coyle
A young girl takes a hike with her father, asking many questions along the way about what princesses do.
It's a Pain to Be a Princess!
by Carmen Gil
It's not easy being a princess. You can't do anything wrong, you have to smile all the time, play the harpsichord, and wait for Prince Charming. One day Nona wants to change her destiny. What will happen?
Not All Princesses Dress in Pink
by Jane Yolen
Rhyming text affirms that girls can pursue their many interests, from playing sports to planting flowers in the dirt, without giving up their tiaras.
Olivia and the Fairy Princesses
by Ian Falconer
Olivia is having an identity crisis! There are too many ruffly, sparkly princesses around these days, and Olivia has had quite enough. She needs to stand out! She has to be special! What will she be?
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One Perfect Day
by Steve Purcell
In the rugged Highlands of Scotland, young princess Merida loves to explore the lands of her kingdom.
Part-time Princess
by Deborah Underwood
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.
Princess Grace
by Mary Hoffman
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.
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Amazing Grace
Princess Palooza
by Joy Allen
Twelve imaginative little girls spend a day having fun together at a princess-themed playground.
Princess Says Goodnight
by Naomi Howland
Rhyming text presents what a princess might do between leaving the ball and saying goodnight.
Princesses Are Not Perfect
by Kate Lum
Three princesses, each with a particular skill, decide they are bored with what they do and swap jobs
The Pirate Princess
by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen
Tired of the royal life, Princess Bea boards a pirate ship and sets out for adventure on the high seas but soon finds she is not good at swabbing decks, cooking in the galley, or keeping watch from the crow's nest.
The Princess and the Pig
by Jonathan Emmett
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 Who Would Not Sleep
by An Leysen
When a princess cannot fall asleep at night and no one else in the palace can get any rest, the king promises to grant a wish to anyone who can come up with a solution.
The Very Fairy Princess
by Julie Andrews
Despite her scabby knees and dirty fingernails, Geraldine knows that she is a princess inside and shows it through her behavior at home and in school.
There Was an Odd Princess Who Swallowed a Pea
by Jennifer Ward
Set in a castle, this variation on the traditional, cumulative rhyme looks at the consequences of a princess's strange diet.
Updated 07/01/2013
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