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Books with title Princess Grace

  • Princess Grace

    Mary Hoffman

    Paperback (Lincoln Children's Books, April 9, 2008)
    Grace is back! The girl from Amazing Grace who proved that you can be anything you want and that families are what you make them, now discovers that there's more more than one way to be a princess. Grace has the chance to be a princess in a school parade. But what does a princess do, apart from wearing beautiful clothes and looking pretty? Does she have to be pink and floaty, with a crown? Grace and her friends start finding out about princesses in China, Egypt, the Philippines and Zimbabwe - and on the day of the parade, helped by Ma and Nana, Grace's school has the most interesting float of all. As for Grace - she's a sensation!
  • Space Princess

    Random House, Charles Pickens, Patrick Ian Moss

    language (MATTEL, INC. and MATTEL EUROPA B.V., Aug. 31, 2017)
    Barbie and her friends travel to another planet for an important mission to save the stars.
  • Princess Grace

    Mary Hoffman, Cornelius Van Wright, Ying-Hwa Hu

    Hardcover (Dial Books, Jan. 10, 2008)
    This year two girls will be selected as princesses in the town parade, and Grace can?t wait to be one of them. It?s the perfect opportunity to dress up?but how, exactly, should a princess costume look? Grace asks her teacher for help, and soon the whole class is learning that there?s more to princesses than pink dresses and frills. From Kenya to China and from warriors to spies, princesses are a multicultural and multitalented bunch, and there are just as many kinds of happily ever afters?both for the royals and for Grace?s community and its princess parade. Mary Hoffman?s picture books featuring this intrepid heroine have earned major critical acclaim; amongst other awards, Amazing Grace was a iReading Rainbow selection and a Booklist Editors? Choice. Grace?s latest adventure is sure to delight her established fans?and win the hearts of many more!
  • Princess

    Ellen Miles

    Paperback (Scholastic, July 1, 2008)
    Welcome to the Puppy Place--where every puppy finds a home! It seems like it's going to be just another normal Peterson family trip for haircuts - that is until Charles meets Princess, a spoiled but irresistible Yorkie pup. She belongs to one of the stylists but Princess's owner is moving and can't take the puppy with her. Charles volunteers to care for Princess until they find her a new home. But it doesn't take long for the Petersons to get tired of Princess's privileged ways. How will Charles ever find the right family for this high maintenance pup?
  • Princess Grace

    Nancy Jones

    eBook (THiNK WiSE Publishing, Jan. 4, 2014)
    Join Princess Grace Throughout Her Adventures and Learn How To Become A Real Princess!Princess Grace, a spoiled little princess who could not behave kindly with others around her, goes through a lot of adventures while she learns how to be a kind person and help other people when they are in need. Princess Grace behaves undesirably with her servants and especially with the stable boy, who was supposed to prepare her unicorn, Sparkles, for a ride, but did not due to the fact that he had to set the horses of the Royal Riding Party first. However, after she leaves the castle, princess Grace meets an old woman who asks for help to carry the woods to her house, but princess refuses her, and the old woman turns into a beautiful fairy. At that moment, princess Grace and her unicorn are transformed into poor beings, and they need to reach the castle following the path of kindness, as the princess has to understand that she has to behave properly and not to be spoiled anymore.The path to the castle will bring princess Grace new adventures that will allow her to become a kind person who can help other people if they need, without judging them based on their clothes or their rank. Sparkles, her unicorn, is constantly with her as they go through the adventures, and she manages to reach the castle in the end, after she learns that royalty does not come from the expensive dresses she is wearing, from her rank or from the castle she is living in, but from the way she can behave with others.Join princess Grace throughout her adventures and learn how to become a real princess. Once you start reading, you will be introduced to the fairytales land, where unicorns exist, animals can talk and green meadows are continually dominated by the multi-colored carpet formed by the flowers.
  • Princess

    Susan L. Roth

    eBook (StarWalk Kids Media, Aug. 26, 2012)
    A girl whose mother has called her to get up and go to school imagines all the things she would be free to do if she were a princess.
  • Princess, Princess

    Penny Dale

    Hardcover (Candlewick, Aug. 11, 2003)
    A little princess can only be woken with a kiss - but from whom?There’s a princess in a castle, sleeping, sleeping. . . . Who will wake the princess with a kiss?Once upon a time, a little princess loved nothing more than playing happily with her friends - until an uninvited birthday guest spoiled the fun by casting a spiteful spell. But not for long! With soft, dreamlike pastels, Penny Dale offers a sweet fairy tale that celebrates the resilience of friendship and the magic of play.
  • Princess

    Jean Sasson

    Paperback (Transworld Pub, Sept. 30, 2004)
    In a land where Kings still rule, I am a Princess. You must know me only as Sultana, for I cannot reveal my true name for fear that harm will come to me and my family for what I am about to tell you. Think of a Saudi Arabian princess and what do you see? A woman glittering with jewels, living a life of unbelievable luxury. She has gold, palaces, swimming-pools, servants, designer dresses galore. But in reality she lives in a gilded cage. She has no freedom, no vote, no control over her own life, no value but as a bearer of sons. Hidden behind the vell, she is a prisoner, her jailers her father, her husband, her sons. 'Sultana' is a member of the Saudi royal family, closely related to the King. For the sake of her daughters, she decided that it was time for a woman in her position to speak out about the reality of life for women in her country, whatever their rank. She tells of her own life, from her turbulent childhood to her arranged marriage - a happy one, until her husband decided to take a second wife - and of the lives of her sisters, her friends and her servants. In contrast to the affection and easy camaraderie amongst the women, she relates a history of appalling oppression against them, everyday occurrences that in any other culture would be seen as shocking human rights violations: forced marriages, servants bullied into sex slavery, summary executions. Princess is a testimony to a woman of indomitable spirit and great courage. By speaking out, 'Sultana' risked bringing the wrath of the Saudi establishment upon her head and upon the heads of her children. For this reason, she told her story anonymously.
  • Princess!

    Margery Cuyler, Viviana Garofoli

    eBook (Two Lions, Jan. 29, 2013)
    Follow Princess as she makes her way through the day. Viviana Garofoli?s adorable, child-friendly illustrations bring just the right amount of sweetness to this delightful book. Perfect for any princess!
  • Princess Grace of Earth

    A K Lambert, Ellen Campbell

    language (, Aug. 18, 2017)
    Fleeing the threat of civil war on her home world and a planetary genocide game played by an ancient and evil race, Princess Grace and her small band of refugees seek sanctuary on distant Earth. But their peaceful existence is shattered when one of her own betrays them. With Earth hanging in the balance, an unlikely hero comes forward to challenge the impossible odds.
  • Princess

    Courtney Cole

    language (Lakehouse Press, May 17, 2011)
    Money can’t buy happiness… even in a world that begins with a Tiffany teething ring. Sydney Ross has it made. As the 17-year old daughter of Illinois senator Randall Ross and socialite Jillian Ross, Sydney was born with perfect teeth and a killer trust-fund. Everything about her life is idyllic…the life of a princess. The Ross’ are richer than God and twice as beautiful, the picture-perfect All-American Family. Except that it is all a lie. After a positive pregnancy test, Sydney’s life unravels in the space of just one breath. Life as she knows it is over and survival itself begins to look questionable as life and death literally hang in the balance with each sordid twist that she is dealt. After the shocking climax, Sydney is brought to her knees with one seething question: Who in the world can she trust when no one is who they seem to be?Caution: This book is not set in a Mayberry kind of world nor is it a simple book about teen pregnancy. Princess is somewhat twisted and edgy. You might need to fan yourself during some parts and a box of tissues during others. It contains love, suspense, heartache and loss. Oh- and some adult themes and language, too. About the author: Courtney Cole is a novelist who lives near Lake Michigan with her family (aka Zoo), pet iPad and favorite cashmere socks. Princess is her first venture into the contemporary fiction genre. She usually hangs out in paranormal worlds, as evidenced by her Bloodstone and Moonstone Sagas.
  • Space Princess

    Random House

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, July 19, 2016)
    Children ages 3 to 7 will love this full-color storybook based on the latest Barbie™ movie, releasing in fall 2016. Press-out paper dolls and over 50 stickers are included to add to the fun!