Princesses

Friday Book Flick: Bloodlines by Richelle Mead

Bloodlines by Richelle Mead

Are you a fan of the Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead? Then you'll definitely want to check out Bloodlines, the first book in her new series:
 
When alchemist Sydney is ordered into hiding to protect the life of Moroi princess Jill Dragomir, the last place she expects to be sent is a human private school in Palm Springs, California. But at their new school, the drama is only just beginning.

Find out more at the Bloodlines web site.

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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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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 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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Princess Sonora and the Long Sleep

By Gail Carson Levine

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In this retelling of the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty, Princess Sonora, who is ten times smarter than anyone else, vows to choose for herself the best time to be pricked by the spindle.
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Dealing with Dragons

By Patricia Wrede

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A princess grows bored with life at the palace and takes up with a nest of dragons. J Fic Wre
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Princess Academy

By Shannon Hale

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While attending a strict academy for potential princesses with the other girls from her mountain village, fourteen-year-old Miri discovers unexpected talents and connections to her homeland. YA Fic Hal
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Princess Sonora and the Long Sleep

By Gail Carson Levine

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In this retelling of the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty, Princess Sonora, who is ten times smarter than anyone else, vows to choose for herself the best time to be pricked by the spindle. J Fic Lev
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Mutant Mythmakers and a Princess Bride

The Ear, the Eye and the Arm by Nancy Farmer

In the year 2194, there are three Zimbabwe's. There is the Zimbabwe of the rich such as the luxurious compound of General Amadeus Matsika, the country's Chief of Security. His children, Tendai, Rita, and Kuda want for nothing. The robots take care of all their needs, and the Mellower, the house poet, makes everyone feel so much better when he sings their Praises.

In another part of the city dwells the woman who is called the She-Elephant. She has her own compound, her own kingdom, in the abandoned waste dump. She has her servants, too. Fist and Knife are good for running errands-- a little thieving here, a little kidnapping there... When they find Matsika's children by themselves in downtown Harare, the opportunity for profit is just too good to let go.