Little Miss Princess

Little Miss Princess

Book - 2011
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Little Miss Princess lives in a castle and has lots of people to do things for her. But Little Miss Princess isn't rude or spoiled. She is a kind and generous, good hearted princess. One day, she decides to help an injured Mr. Bump, but as you can imagine, Little Miss Princess isn't used to doing things herself, so everything doesn't quite go to plan
Publisher: [New York] : Price Stern Sloan, [2011]
Copyright Date: [©2011]
ISBN: 9780329862824
Branch Call Number: PIC Hargreaves, A 2011
Characteristics: 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 13 x 14 cm
Audience: Accelerated Reader AR LG 3.6 0.5 143943
Additional Contributors: Hargreaves, Roger 1935-1988


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Jul 15, 2016

Little Miss Princess is a lovely girl but rather lacking in life skills (or common sense). When she can help people by matching them up with helpers, she's a great success, but when she tries to actively help herself, it doesn't go so well.
Cute story. She means well. But she never actually learns anything, so that keeps it from being a 4 star book for me. There are definitely better Little Miss books (though I can see the appeal if your child is princess-obsessed).


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