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I really loved the message of this book Not all princesses need to wear frilly, fluffy, pink dresses They can be adventurous and wear whatever they want My daughters loved the book too They even chose it A lovely diverse book involving a girl named Grace who lives with her mother and grandmother At the book beginning, Grace has been brought up reading fiction fairytales in which she believes princesses are based on beautiful gowns and looking pretty although throughout the book it progresses in grace learning about what it is genuinely like to be a princess as there are many forms of them As the book progresses, Grace develops her own princess identity in which she comes to realize that she is not like the fiction fairytale princess yet a real life princess due to her teacher proving her with information about princesses around the world Overall a lovely book that shows diversity in ensuring a variety of young children can become prince and princesses. #FREE PDF ⛏ Princess Grace õ Grace Has The Chance To Be A Princess In The 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 I feel children s books should all have a girl that is strong The story line is great Grace finds out that princesses are not just beautiful, they re spies or warriors then the whole class girl or boy dress up for the parade I am loving this book lately We have oodles of little girls that love princess books and they have moms that don t love pink wearing, girly, can t do anything on their own except get rescued by a man princesses This book shows that there are lots of types of princesses who did great things besides get rescued by a man Princesses come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Loved it Not really sure if my 3 year old who is obsessed with princesses understands it just yet, but it was exactly what I wanted her to know There sto life and being pretty and even to being a princess than just pretty dresses and that princesses can be pretty tough, too The nod to different cultures was fantastic and I hope I can find a book or books that share the stories mentioned within this one for my daughter to read in the future I do understand another s comment about the boys being left out, and it s true, but that s often the case these days with princess stuff I don t think it s meant to be a boy centric book but I m glad the author did toss in the question as to why the boys weren t being represented and how they addressed it at the end. From the same author who wrote Amazing Grace ten years ago can a black girl be Peter Pan in the school play , a great take on the whole Disney etc princess craze Looks at the question, What does it really mean in ways that takes the children involved including some boys seriously, doesn t lecture or preach, and opens up options.Recommended ages for all those into princesses I wanted to re read this book because I remember Grace from when I was a kid I loved the artwork to the diverse characters I like the fact that Grace and her teacher examined what it means to truly be a princess and she wanted Grace to do her own research and define being a princess on HER terms I also liked that mentioned princesses from other cultures and how they included some history within the story I love Grace books for little girls They are truly timeless. As the father of a princess obsessed little girl who has learned via parenting that obsessions and insecurities about appearance starts amazingly early with girls, I greatly appreciate a book such as this one which shows that there s muchto being a princess what do they do beside look pretty is the question that sets this story rolling than the Disney variety. A lovely diverse book involving a girl named Grace who lives with her mother and grandmother At the book beginning, Grace has been brought up reading fiction fairytales in which she believes princesses are based on beautiful gowns and looking pretty although throughout the book it progresses in grace learning about what it is truly like to be a princess as there are many forms of them As the book progresses Grace develops her own princess identity in which she comes to realise that she is not like the fiction fairytale princess yet a real life princess due to her teacher providing her with information about princesses around the world Overall a lovely book that shows diversity in ensuring a variety of young children can become prince and princesses.