With the birth of the newest Royal, Princess Charlotte, and my very own Princess we put together a few book that are Princess-worthy on any continent and in any home. Take a look at these selections below to add to your own home library. “The Big Princess” has become the new bedtime story book in our home… what will your be?
The Big Princess
By Taro Miura, May 2015 ∙ 14.99 ∙ 40 pages ∙ Ages 2-5
A simple fairy tale meets bold, geometric art in this fresh, witty story from Japan.
The Princess and the Presents
By Caryl Hart, illustrated by Sarah Warburton – August 2014 ∙ 16.99 ∙ 32 pages ∙ Ages 3-7
Princess Ruby is the most spoiled princess you could ever meet. And when it’s her birthday, there are so many presents that the palace literally bulges at the seams. But when the palace and gifts finally collapse on the poor king, the tiny tyrant realizes that she has overlooked the most precious thing of all.
By Kristin Kladstrup – March 2013 ∙ 15.99 ∙ 272 pages ∙ Ages 10+
Dig in to this middle-grade fantasy featuring a horticulturally minded princess, a beautiful but evil witch, and a magpie with a shameful secret.
The Princess in Black
Written by Shannon and Dean Hale, illustrated by LeUyen Pham -April 2015 ∙ 6.99 ∙ 96 pages ∙ Ages 5-8
Who says princesses don’t wear black? When trouble raises its blue monster head, Princess Magnolia ditches her flouncy dresses and becomes the Princess in Black!
“What could have been just another fairy tale hints at a rich backstory and sweeps the reader into a bewitching adventure. The book is neatly paced, particularly in the latter half, when the chapters alternate between Edward and Adele. A solid choice for reluctant readers.” – Booklist
Disclosure: I received product to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own and yours may vary.