Judith Barrow with her review (aided and abetted by her granddaughter) for A Most Reluctant Princess by Jean M. Cogdell.
This book was given to me, as a member of #RBRT, by the author in return for a fair review.
I gave A Most Reluctant Princess 4* out of 5*
How can she be a princess if her daddy’s not a king? What will she be when she grows up? Written in simple rhyme, this story is filled with sweet illustrations of a “little princess” with a big imagination and a lot of questions. Little girls who love playing dress up will enjoy hearing how one “little princess” discovers a world of possibilities.
I read this book with my six year old granddaughter who is sitting with me to make sure I write what she says (her words.)
Okay, here goes. Seren enjoyed this book very much. She likes the pictures (illustrations) and she loves the story. She likes the idea that she can be anything she wants to…
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