Angela, twelve years old, is not doing well in her history class. Her teacher is giving her class a history project about princes and princesses back in time. Angela's mother thinks Angela will not take her project seriously, and while Angela is tired of being bothered about her project, somehow she switches back in time and becomes a princess. How did Angela switch to a kingdom back in time? While Angela is taking the princess' place, Princess Kendall has also somehow gotten switched to Angela's time. Will Christina, Angela's ten-year-old sister, realize that Princess Kendall is not her sister since both girls look alike? What did make Angela and a princess switch and will they ever be able to switch back again to their rightful places? Are they willing to switch back?
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My seven year old daughter and I first read the author's first book Julie and the Unicorn, we both loved it. My daughter wanted to read it over and over again. So we bought the sequel when it came out. The sequel was excellent as well. We were happy to find the author wrote another children's book, Angela and the Princess. Once when my daughter saw the cover of this fabulous book, she knew she wanted it. She loves princesses! This book was perfect for her. Any child will like any books by this author! Her stories are very entertaining that I even enjoy reading them with my daughter. We can't wait for more to come!