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Princess Emily and the Wishing Star (The Tiara Club at Silver Towers #6)
It's nearly the end of the year, and Princess Emily is worried that she hasn't earned enough tiara points to get her silver sash and go to the Silver Ball. Hopefully horrible Princess Diamonde won't spoil everything.
Paperback, 70 pages
Published October 23rd 2007 by HarperTrophy
(first published August 3rd 2006)
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It is a book for children of age 8 and above. It is a story which will be mostly enjoyed and read by girls since it talks lives of princesses, tiara and dresses. The book conveys quite a lot of moral values for children to grasp. The story evolves around a generous princess who cares about the welfare of her friends and would do anything for them to be happy. It also shows the importance of friendship.
I learned that it's really important to be nice. Where I learned this from was when Princess Emily wished on the wishing star that Diamonde would be as happy as Emily, even though Diamonde was really mean. What a good example.
Vivian French was best known in school for being extremely skinny and for talking a lot. At school she developed an attachment to words and later became an actor, then a storyteller, and finally a writer of children's books. She is the author of more than two hundred books. Ms. French lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, and has four grown daughters.More about Vivian French...
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