Because sometimes you just can’t get enough princess books!
Princesses are not Perfect by Kate Lum
Princess sisters Allie, Mellie and Libby are busy princesses each with their own specialty-baking, building and gardening. Bored they decide to switch jobs with hilarious consequences.
Princess Grace by Mary Hoffman
Grace wants to participate in her community festival’s princess float, but first she must decide what sort of a princess she wants to be.
Storytelling Princess by Rafe Martin
The lives of a shipwrecked princess and a young prince become entwined as each tries to avoid marriages arranged by their families.
Tumble Tower by Anne Tyler
A very messy princess in a very tidy royal family has the opportunity to prove that there are advantages to not being neat.
Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude by Kevin O’Malley
In what feels like a storytelling duel, a girl imagines a beautiful princess whose beloved ponies are being stolen by a giant, and a boy counters with a muscular biker who will guard the last pony in exchange for gold.
The Little Moon Princess by YJ Lee
With the help of a friendly sparrow, the little moon princess, who is afraid of the dark, uses the jewels on the surface of her moon to light up the sky.
Jenny F., Youth Services