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I Am Belle (Disney Beauty and the Beast) by Andrea Posner-Sanchez
Princess Hearts (Disney Princess)
Jennifer Liberts Weinberg - 2012
This Step 1 reader features all the Disney princesses, as well as the princes and friends who love them. Young girls ages 4 to 6 who are just starting to read will embrace this book about love. Makes a great Valentine's Day gift!
Disney's Polite as a Princess
Melissa Arps - 2006
Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Jasmine, and Ariel aren’t just pretty and sweet—they’re also polite! In this original book with all-new, full-color art, the Disney Princesses share their rules on good manners so all little girls can learn to be as polite as a princess.
Today I'll Be a Princess
Paula Croyle - 2013
But being a regular kid isn't so bad, either! This beautifully illustrated book invites young readers to imagine all the wonder and joy of being a princess, while gently reminding them that being yourself is a pretty great thing, too!
Disney Princess Storybook Collection
Walt Disney Company - 2015
Gallop along with Merida after she meets a mysterious horse. Travel to Paris with Tiana as she competes in a global baking contest. Filled with wonder, excitement, and discovery, each princess's tale is a royal delight!
The Very Fairy Princess Takes the Stage
Julie Andrews Edwards - 2011
At first, when Gerry is cast as the Court Jester and not the Crystal Princess, she is dismayed -- nothing is pink and no one can see her crown under her silly jester hat! But just as the recital looks like it's headed for disaster, our ever-energetic very fairy princess swoops in to save the day!Gerry's sparkle radiates from the page once more through Christine Davenier's whimsically elegant illustrations in this spirited, ballet-themed follow-up to The Very Fairy Princess from the renowned mother-daughter team of Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton.
Aurora The Perfect Party (Disney Princess)
Wendy Loggia - 2011
But it's not just any party--it's a secret celebration in honor of the fairies, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather. Aurora has to sneak out of the castle to gather all of their favorite things to include in the celebration.
The Halloween Ball (Sofia the First)
Lisa Ann Marsoli - 2013
To make sure she beats her new step-sister, Sofia, Amber enlists Cedric's help to magically create a winning costume. But when the spell backfires, Amber learns to appreciate her sister instead of trying to compete against her in this storybook featuring Sofia the First.
The Big Princess
Tarō Miura - 2015
Overjoyed to have found a daughter, they fashion for her a single-feather bed and watch as she grows large enough to sleep in a ring box, a teacup, and a teddy bear’s lap. But still the princess keeps growing and growing, until her head pokes through the top of even the tallest tower. Can the king figure out how to break the spell before the enormous tower crumbles and falls? With bright, stylized artwork and a vertical foldout befitting a very big princess, this whimsical follow-up to The Tiny King is sure to be a big hit.
Belle The Mysterious Message (Disney Princess)
Kitty Richards - 2010
There are so many rooms to explore in the elaborate castle-including an amazing library. This may not be so bad after all! Things get even more interesting when Belle discovers a secret message hidden in one of the books. She soon realizes she's hot on the trail of a decades-old mystery! Will Belle, with the help of Lumiere, an enchanted candelabrum, and a teacup named Chip, be able to solve this beastly case?