Book Recommendations

Unconventional Princesses

613mbcx5ml-_sy492_bo1204203200_Kemp, Anna.  The Worst Princess (2014).

“Princess Sue dreams of finding her Prince Charming. But when that Prince proves to be a bit more traditional than what she had hoped for, Princess Sue—along with the help of fiery dragon—becomes determined to find a way to get the fairy-tale ending that she always evisioned for herself. ” — publisher summary

51dsn6m4jwl-_sy423_bo1204203200_Cole, Babette.  Princess Smartypants (1997).

Ages 4-8

“Princess Smartypants enjoys being an independent Ms. and has no intention of getting married. When family pressure mounts, she agrees to look for a mate but sets the candidates tasks that are impossible. But then Prince Swashbuckle shows up….” — publisher summary

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Underwood, Deborah.  Interstellar Cinderella (2015).

Ages 4-7

“Once upon a planetoid,
amid her tools and sprockets,
a girl named Cinderella dreamed
of fixing fancy rockets.

With a little help from her fairy godrobot, Cinderella is going to the ball. But when the prince’s ship has mechanical trouble, someone will have to zoom to the rescue!” — publisher summary

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Yolen, Jane and Stemple, Heidi.  Not All Princesses Dress in Pink (2010).

Not all princesses dress in pink. Some play in bright red socks that stink, blue team jerseys that don’t quite fit, accessorized with a baseball mitt, and a sparkly crown!
Princesses come in all kinds.” — publisher summary

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