Princesses

Not All Princesses Dress in Pink

By Jane Yolen and Heidi E.Y. Stemple; illustrated by Anne-Sophie Lanquetin

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Rhyming text affirms that girls can pursue their many interests, from playing sports to planting flowers in the dirt, without giving up their tiaras. JE Fic Yol Suggested for ages 3-6.
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Pretty Princess Pig

By Jane Yolen and Heidi E. Y. Stemple; illustrated by Sam Williams

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Follows Pretty Princess Pig as she gets ready to throw a party by painting the dining room, baking, and digging up flowers. What a messy princess she is! Ages 2-4
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Princess Baby

By Karen Katz

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A toddler does not like any of the nicknames her parents have for her; she wants to be called by her "real" name, Princess Baby. JE Fic Kat Suggested for ages 2-5.
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Princess Bess Gets Dressed

By Margery Cuyler; Illustrated by Heather Maione

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A fashionably dressed princess reveals her favorite clothes at the end of a busy day. Princess Bess changes her outfits all day long, until finally she relaxes in the most comfortable clothes of all. JE Fic Cuy Suggested for ages 3-7.
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Princess Me

By Karma Wilson; Illustrated by Christa Unzer

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A little girl imagines being a princess, with her stuffed animals serving as royal subjects. Make way! Make way! Here comes the princess of the land. She's sweet and kind. She's oh-so-grand. And just who is she, this lovely Princess Me? Come inside this book to see! A child's bedroom is transformed into a magical kingdom in this bright, lively book. JE Fic Wil Suggested for ages 3-5.
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The Princess and the Pea

By Rachel Isadora

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A simplified version of the tale in which a girl proves that she is a real princess by feeling a pea through twenty mattresses and twenty featherbeds. This version of the Hans Christian Anderson tale is set in Africa. JE Fic Isa Suggested for Ages 3-5
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The Princess and the Pea

By Andersen, H. C.

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A young girl feels a pea through twenty mattresses and twenty featherbeds and proves she is a real princess. J E Fic And
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The Princess Knight

By Cornelia Funke; Illustrations by Kerstin Meyer

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Princess Violetta is raised just like her older brothers and becomes the best jouster in the kingdom, finally winning her own hand in marriage! The story shows young girls that they can follow their own path in life. JE Fic Fun Suggested for ages 3-6.
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The Truth About Princesses

By Nancy Kelly Allen; Illustrated by Youngsun Kim

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Learn the facts about favorite princesses from near and far, from what they look like to how they behave. Princesses from many well known fairy tales make appearances in this easy to read non-fiction book. JNF 398.2 Al Suggested for ages 4-8.
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The Usborne Book of Princess Stories

By Stephen Cartwright and Heather Amery

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Contains four stories about a young princess named Alice and her brother Prince Max: The Princess and the Pig, The Little Dragon, The Tournament, and The Royal Broomstick. JE Fic Ame Suggested for ages 3-6.
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