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Posted August 16, 2011
The Princess Sister is a fun fresh idea. The poor girls were named after... well, Disney princess by there collective mothers(who were sisters). As you can imagine, while the girls were growing up, every cliche was thrown at them from poison apples to lost slippers. They tried their best to distance themselves from the Disney character, however the other kids at school never let them forget!
Thankfully, the girls had each other! The story begins as the enter the dreaded High school! The girls must now pull together even more to make it through... as if High school wasn't bad enough, try surviving it with a name like Snow White!
There are also several fun fairytale "ideas" throughout, such as kissing toads!!! This novel is a real charmer and worth a read for the young and the young at heart!! Well done new author Stacy Lynn Carrol!
My daughter loved it also!
Posted July 9, 2011
The Princess Sisters is Stacy Lynn Carroll's first published novel. It is a fun story about 4 sister's by the last name of Princess who are all about to become single mothers. On the night of their Mother's funeral they decide to name their babies after the Disney Princesses. The girls are best friends, they are of course different in personality, and competitive, especially when a cute older boy moves in across the street. Each girl has a phobia based on her princess character name that they have to deal with, like being a teen, and entering High School isn't hard enough. The girls learned through hard experience how to tell a frog from a toad, and they learned how to help each other try and conquer their fears, in an effort to best their tormentors. I thoroughly enjoyed The Princess Sisters. Stacy did a good job helping the reader feel the emotion and humor of the story. This book is geared to preteens (My 7 year old Niece already wants to read it) and teens, but adults will enjoy it too.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 7, 2010
I would recommend this book to any woman, old or young, who has ever questioned their identity, had a best friend, gone to high school, or had a crush on a boy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 1, 2010
I really enjoyed this book! It was well written and funny. I related to the Princesses and rooted for their success. I finished the book in two days because I could not put it down. I wanted to see what would happen. Positive message for teenage and adult women!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 13, 2013
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