The Smartest Princess Every year girls from all over the world compete to see who is the smartest If they re not already a princess winning this contest would make them one Many face off in this extraordinary competition

  • Title: The Smartest Princess
  • Author: MaryLee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Every year, girls from all over the world compete to see who is the smartest If they re not already a princess, winning this contest would make them one Many face off in this extraordinary competition, but who will win In bestselling author Mary Lee s new book, we see a beautifully illustrated land where girls and princesses use their wits and find out what s really impoEvery year, girls from all over the world compete to see who is the smartest If they re not already a princess, winning this contest would make them one Many face off in this extraordinary competition, but who will win In bestselling author Mary Lee s new book, we see a beautifully illustrated land where girls and princesses use their wits and find out what s really important This fun and heartwarming tale is perfect for little princesses everywhere.What kids are saying Soooo pretty Emma, age 3 I want to go there I would win for sure Taylor, age 6 Read it again Read it again Sophie, age 4

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    One thought on “The Smartest Princess”

    1. I really liked this short story. I loved the idea of being an intelligent princess, instead of only beautiful. Excellent read for little girls.Cute pictures, very pink. I'm sure most girls will like it!

    2. A fun read for kids with a great lesson in it as well. Even as an adult I still enjoy picking up a childrens book every now and then.

    3. The illustrations were simple, cute, and colorful. I think that was actually the strongest point of this picture book. I did like that the princesses' favorite thing was going to the library, (always good to promote reading and learning especially at a young age) and the message of the book about caring for others was very clear and important.Unfortunately, I did not like the prose. I found it difficult to read aloud because the text didn't flow. It also wasn't catchy. I do not see this as a boo [...]

    4. This little story is not just fun to read but is such a joy to look at also. The colorful illustrations alone are worth the price of the book. It's wonderful to read a story that's geared for young girls emphasize what's truly important to being considered a smart princess. It's not all about brains and it certainly is not all about looks but how we treat each other is way more important. A worthwhile message to everyone, no matter what their age!

    5. I read this book to my daughter last night. She loved the story and pictures. She really liked to see the little girl help her sister and thought the illustrations were pretty. I liked that it was an easy, quick read with a good moral. With her at a reading age, she could read it to me as well. I definitely recommend this for all those princess loving little girls.

    6. I truly enjoyed the illustrations in this book. I think the artist is extremely talented and I loved the attention to detail. While the story wasn't my cup of tea, I still think the author was creative and I liked the moral of the story.

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