The Little Princesses love playing together in the castle, but sometimes they feel lonely. They wish they had more friends, so they have a magical party for all the girls in the kingdom. Find out how they all learn what it truly means to be a princess.
Written by: Rosemary Evans
Illustrated by: Erin Taylor
Posted by Jennie Easter on 26th Feb 2013
Abrielle and Annelise demonstrate kindness and grace, showing their friends that they are all princesses inside and out. Both girls show that when you use your princess powers to do good it will benefit all. They shared their blessings and in turn they received the blessing of friendship tenfold.
Posted by Arthella Starke on 16th Dec 2012
"Having spent my career working with children, I am constantly seeking tools that I can recommend to parents and educators as supplements in teaching appropriate behavior. Rosemary's visually stimulating books are an excellent additional to that tool box. Her stories are rich with character building attributes that can trigger meaningful discussions with the child about such things as kindness, diligence, perseverance, sharing, etc. With research showing the power of such stories in molding behavior, I highly recommend these books as a valuable tool in teaching character development to young children".
Arthella Starke, MA, Special Education, BA, Psychology
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