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Do Princesses Have Best Friends Forever?

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  • Posted February 14, 2011

    Recommended to all Children

    Two girls, who are best friends and have a play date, ask if everyday things and play are things that princesses can do. For example, princesses can stomp in the mud and then clean their toes off; they can sing while they are on their way to the zoo; they can get ice cream; and they can play dress up. Most importantly though, if they hurt someone's feelings it is their responsibility to apologize to them. At the end of their play date they make matching bracelets to wear while they are apart....moreTwo girls, who are best friends and have a play date, ask if everyday things and play are things that princesses can do. For example, princesses can stomp in the mud and then clean their toes off; they can sing while they are on their way to the zoo; they can get ice cream; and they can play dress up. Most importantly though, if they hurt someone's feelings it is their responsibility to apologize to them. At the end of their play date they make matching bracelets to wear while they are apart.

    The two main girls are characterized through their actions throughout the picture book. They first start out doing very girly-princess-like things (playing dress up) and gradually move to doing more 'adult' things (making friendship bracelets) and knowing that even princesses have responsibilities.

    This book was very cute and perfect for young girls to learn that friends are important. While it is not hinted int he writing itself the illustrations show the two girls coming from different cultures: one is black and the other is white. This in turn adds to the theme of the book that friendship can cross color boundaries.

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