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The Secret Lives of Princesses

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 1,083 Ratings and 191 Reviews

Book Description

Go beyond Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella! Some princesses are well-known to all children- but others, equally magical (and sometimes, a lot funnier) have remained anonymous, mysterious, and far from the fairy-tale crowd.

Now these captivating ladies are finally stepping out of the shadows where they've remained hidden for far too long. W... More

Book Information
PublisherSterling Publishing
BindingHardcover (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages88
Publication Date06/01/2010
The Creators
About Philippe Lechermeier (Author) : Philippe Lechermeier is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Philippe Lechermeier is The Secret Lives of Princesses.
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About Rebecca Dautremer (Illustrator) : Rebecca Dautremer is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Rebecca Dautremer include Babayaga and El Gigante Y Los Pajaros.
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9/9/2017 Alfred Goldstein said:
The art work is phenomenal. I could skip the words and just look at each beautiful page. The story isn't really a story, but a telling of all different kinds of princesses. I'm not sure a child would necessarily like the book, but an adult surely would. My recent post: more

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5/22/2010 Earl Birnoo said: Love this book! great illustrations by rebecca !
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