Princesses Are Not Quitters

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Jul 8, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Three bored princesses decide to swap jobs with their housekeepers and become servants for a day, and they soon learn what hard work is all about. Jr Lib Guild. Reprint.
  

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Review: Princesses Are Not Quitters

User Review  - Kathleen Dixon - Goodreads

What do princesses with Marie Antoinette dresses and massively over-the-top pompadour hairstyles do when they're bored? They decide to swap with 3 servant girls for the day. And they command their ... Read full review

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User Review  - Therese - Goodreads

Cute and clever illustrations - this one was a big hit with my 4-year-old. I'm not the hugest fan of princess books generally (because no one wants their little girl growing up with a princess complex), but as far as they go, this one was fun. Read full review

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Kate Lum grew up in New England, headed to Canada for university, and never quite made it home. She is now settled in a picturesque little theater town near Toronto with her husband, an entrepreneur, and two children.

Kate Lum grew up in New England, headed to Canada for university, and never quite made it home again. She is now settled in a picturesque little theatre town near Toronto with her husband, an entrepreneur, and two children.
Sue Hellard is the illustrator of many wonderful books for children, including" Baby Lemur" and "Christmas Carols for Cats," She lives in London.

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