Imagine You're a Princess!

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Zero to Ten, 2003 - Princesses - 32 pages
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"A playful guide for potential princesses."

Princesses live in fairytale castles and spend their days doing important things. There are ships to launch, knights to reward, and marriage proposals from persistent princes to decline. Potential princesses can explore the full panoply of princess practices in Imagine You're a Princess!

They can claim the coolest bedroom in the palace (no peas under the mattress, please), learn to care for princess pets (unicorns are a perennial favorite), and practice essential life skills (helping others, being fascinating and intelligent). They can also create some princess paintings (bright colors only, of course), meet some famous faces (Rapunzel really lets her hair down, but Sleeping Beauty's always napping), and even sneak a peak at a royal diary.

Complete with step-by-step tips to becoming a princess, regal recipes for royal occasions, and other activities worthy of their highnesses, Imagine You're a Princess! is a jewel of a book.

 

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User Review  - Jellyn - LibraryThing

Reasonably better than the mermaid one. Though quite like it in a lot of ways. Very girly. Very.. well, princesses don't _do_ a whole lot, but look pretty, attend parties, and turn down offers of ... Read full review

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Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
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About the author (2003)

by "Peg Leg" Meg Clibbon; illustrated by Lucy "Blackheart" Clibbon

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