Ten Big Toes and a Prince's Nose

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Sterling, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
15 Reviews
Poor princess! When suitors saw her feet, they ran for the door before even getting to know her. And in another land, far away, a kind prince had a similar problem: although he was funny and kind, he also had a huge nose that scared off every maiden he met. But a serendipitous meeting on a ski slope teaches this adorably flawed (and well-matched) pair an important lesson:
 I am what I am and that's all right with me.
 I don't have to be different, I just have to be.
 I don't want to be somebody else. No sir-ree!
 I am what I am and that's all right with me.
With whimsical surprises, lavish art, and a fantastical story about love and acceptance, this picture book will delight readers of any age.

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User Review  - kedwards1991 - LibraryThing

I thought this book was very cute and taught a great lesson to people that just because they look different doesn't mean you can't get to know them. The illustrations were also very colorful and grabbed the reader's attention very well and helped enhance the story. Read full review

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User Review  - Tim - Goodreads

A good little fairy tale teaching us to look beyond outward appearances. Read full review

About the author (2010)

attended the Philadelphia College of Art. His picture books inlcude "The Christmas Spider's Miracle

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