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What Is a Princess? (Disney Princess)

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WHAT IS A princess? Is she someone who is smart and brave, kind and caring—or is she someone much, much more? Cinderella, Ariel, Belle, and all the Disney Princesses answer that question in this Step 1 book that is the first in the Step into Readling line to feature multiple Disney Princesses in one book!
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 28th 2004 by RH/Disney
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Katherine
Mar 14, 2011 Katherine rated it it was amazing
I love to read this on my own!
Chris
Mar 06, 2013 Chris rated it liked it
Shelves: lulu, picture, 0
LULU - "I never knew I had this book."
Carissa
Jan 15, 2010 Carissa rated it it was ok
This book was long!
Lyn
Jul 07, 2013 Lyn rated it really liked it
Shelves: gracie-s-books
I really liked this book because I like princesses.
Kaethe
Jul 08, 2014 Kaethe rated it did not like it
boring, boring, boring drek
Julie
Apr 04, 2009 Julie rated it it was amazing
Shelves: childrens
(age 6)-- It was very amazing! I like it because it has princesses, and they do a lot of things in the book. Everything they do is important. I could read the whole book by myself.
Madeline
Apr 16, 2011 Madeline rated it it was amazing
Cinderella is my favorite.
Beth
Sep 06, 2011 Beth rated it really liked it
Daughter loved this book. She has a thing for princesses, but she's almost ready to read. It's from the pre-k library, though, so we were missing a few pages
Ali
Feb 03, 2011 Ali rated it liked it
My daughters loves all of the princesses. My youngest has had me read it to her so much that she almost has it memorized. My older daughter reads it to me all the time. I like that it talks about the positive things (Aurora being polite and saying "thank you", Belle loves to read, Jasmine is brave).
Sarah Adamson
Aug 28, 2014 Sarah Adamson rated it really liked it
This is quite a fun Disney Princess book as it explores different aspects of what makes a Princess. I wish it went a step further and I wish it avoided the "looking pretty" but it does cover the being a good friend, being brave and being clever by reading lots of books aspects too so I can live with it!
Fun and good pictures.
Elizabeth S
Oct 11, 2011 Elizabeth S rated it it was ok
Shelves: c-beginner
Amazingly not bad. But not really great either. I like reading that princesses are smart and like to read as much as princesses like to dress up. On the downside, the book is a typical Disney advertizement for it's movies, and if you haven't seen the movies and don't know the princesses already, it may be not worth it.
jacky
Nov 20, 2012 jacky rated it liked it
Shelves: lib-lew, early-reader
The princess stories always seem so shallow to me. They so often showcase all the princesses and thus have no plot. The best I can say for this book is that it did focus on good characteristics like kind, smart, and caring. I also liked how it used examples. Would be a much stronger book with Pochantus and Mulan.
Meg McGregor
Aug 14, 2013 Meg McGregor rated it liked it
Shelves: read-to-lexi
This book recognizes the important characteristics that all princesses should have.

They are kindness, intelligence, bravery, ready for fun, like to dress up, see new things, be a dreamer, be polite, and like to sing and dance.

I think most little girls will agree with this list.
Jenna
Sep 02, 2015 Jenna rated it really liked it
What is a Princess? is a great book, especially for children who are Disney princess fanatics. By showing what a princes does, children can relate to their favorite characters as a role model. This story is great for children who are learning their alphabet and beginning to read.
Felicity The Magnificent
Aug 11, 2011 Felicity The Magnificent rated it it was amazing
My name is Felicity and I am 4 years old. I learned that princesses are kind and princesses are smart and princesses are caring.
Landon Mullins
Dec 30, 2016 Landon Mullins rated it did not like it
Boys won't like this at all.
Jennie Garcia
Apr 22, 2014 Jennie Garcia rated it it was ok
Shelves: for-the-girls
It really has no plot but it works for learning to read. My daughter is not really a fan of this book, she is 4. I found some things a little sexist.
Maura
Jan 19, 2015 Maura rated it really liked it
Shelves: kiddos
Bug love seeing some of her favourite princesses in this book!
Lauren
Dec 21, 2015 Lauren rated it really liked it
Shelves: childrens
I loved all of the Disney princesses and stories. This is a great book for kids and a first step reading program.
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