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Puppy Princess
How to Be a Princess
 
by Sue Fliess
illustrated by Natalie Smille
 
 
an imprint of
Random House Children's Books
 
ISBN-10: 0399556427
ISBN-13: 978-0399556425
 

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"My three-year-old daughter can’t get enough monster trucks, ninjas, pirates, and princesses. She is quite well-rounded, which is good because we learned from our new favorite Little Golden Book, HOW TO BE A PRINCESS that being a princess is a multifaceted job. Flowing rhymes tell the story of a young girl whose dreams come true when a princess takes her under her wing. She quickly learns that princesses need to be kind, polite, and help others. These are qualities that not only make a good princess, but also a good person. My daughter absolutely loves this book and it is now a bedtime favorite." @librarymombooks

"Who doesn’t love Little Golden Books? I vividly remember sitting on my Mom’s lap completely zoned into THE POKY LITTLE PUPPY and THE MONSTER AT THE END OF THIS BOOK. It’s as if the gold binding was a symbol that the book I was about to read was going to be a classic—and it’s going to be good!" @bedtime.stories.forevermore

Being a princess requires many skills, and now thanks to Little Golden Books, there is a way to learn them all. Join little Claire as she spends the day with a real princess, learning everything from how to boogie at the palace balls to helping those in need. Full of colorful illustrations and a playful rhyming text, children will be sure to give this delightful story a royal reception.

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