Do Princesses Have Best Friends Forever?

Do Princesses Have Best Friends Forever?

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by Carmela LaVigna Coyle, Mike Gordon, Carl Gordon
     
 

Your favorite princess has met her match! Join in the fun as two little girls celebrate their friendship by playing dress up, making forts, stomping in the mud, and generally doing all the things that best friends do. Together they learn that being a princess is about more than just crowns and dress up. It's about being yourself and sharing that with a friend.See more details below

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Overview

Your favorite princess has met her match! Join in the fun as two little girls celebrate their friendship by playing dress up, making forts, stomping in the mud, and generally doing all the things that best friends do. Together they learn that being a princess is about more than just crowns and dress up. It's about being yourself and sharing that with a friend.

Editorial Reviews

Midwest Book Review
Do Princesses Have Best Friends Forever? is a delightful illustrated book about two girls who spend a day in creative, fun play activities together. Whimsical pastel illustrations make the verse play date descriptions hilariously real.
Wee One's Children's Magazine
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The Bloomsbury Review
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Humorous illustrations add charm, and for parents who have princesses of their own, the refreshing perspective on acceptable princess behavior is a godsend.

Children's Literature - Lisa Kuehne
Two princesses can get into much more trouble than one, that's for sure! Mom gets a fun filled adventure when her little girl has a friend over for a day-long playdate. These two young princesses discover the fun with dress-up, playing in the mud, making messes, and even a trip to the zoo. Coyle teaches children sharing, curiosity, and even empathy as two girls enjoy their day of exploration and bond in friendship. The illustrations by Gordon enhance the story with humorous visuals of the girls and their fun filled typical girl adventures, including starting a musical band. The real pink friendship bracelets at the back of this book give little girls the ability to declare their own best friend princess. What could be better than that! It's a great read for young girls and can even give boys a look into the life of a little princess. Reviewer: Lisa Kuehne
School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 1—In this installment, the everyday princess and her new best pal explore friendship during a daylong playdate packed with activity. Readers follow the girls as they build a fort, visit the zoo, make music, fight, and apologize. At the end of the day they create matching bracelets "with a double pink heart./And then we can wear them/ when we're apart." Two bracelets come with the book. Soft watercolor cartoon illustrations complement the rhyming text, with the background actions of the pets and younger brother adding warmth and humor to the scenes. The book will appeal to aspiring princesses while giving adult readers a break from more traditional stories.—Suzanne Myers Harold, Multnomah County Library System, Portland, OR

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781589795426
Publisher:
Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date:
12/16/2010
Pages:
32
Sales rank:
639,346
Product dimensions:
10.90(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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