Happily Ever After

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Viking, Jan 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 43 pages
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One day, while holding her treasured baseball mitt, Kate makes a wish. And poof! -- she turns into a princess in a fairy tale. But being a princess isn't at all what Kate imagined. Before long, she's fighting off dragons, entertaining witches, and teaching the ladies-in-waiting how to play baseball. With Kate around, fairy tale land will never be the same again!

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User Review  - tzarate - LibraryThing

Such a cute book about a tomboyish girl who secretly wishes to be a princess. Her aunt gave a her a baseball mitt signed by a Yankees baseball player and she whispers her wish of being a princess to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Valerie - Goodreads

I picked this off my library shelf because I couldn't find the book I was looking for, and when I opened it, I was smitten. What a gem! Funny (very funny), short and sweet (really sweet too!), and the perfect fast read aloud for a group of students of almost any age. What fun. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Anna Quindlen, whose New York Times column won a 1992 Pulitzer Prize, is the author of the essay collections Thinking Out Loud and Living Out Loud; the bestselling novels Object Lessons, One True Thing, and Black and Blue; and two children's books. The mother of three, she lives in Hoboken, New Jersey.

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