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Princess Sophia and the Sparkling Surprise (The Tiara Club #5)

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Every Princess has to make her own ball gown, but Princess Perfecta is determined to spoil the gowns and ruin the evening's surprise. Hopefully, Princess Sophia can show her what a true Perfect Princess is.

Paperback, 70 pages
Published March 27th 2007 by HarperTrophy (first published October 6th 2005)
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I really liked this book.
My favourite part of this book is when princess Sophia is being nice to a mean princess after what she'd said in the morning to her. She did that to be a perfect princess.
Also, I enjoyed the part when Sophia and her friends enjoyed sewing after they complained about it.
I didn't like it when Perfecta and her horrible friend, Floreen was making other princess's dresses they made dirty instead of Perfecta's.But it was good when fairy G made the princess's dresses clean agai
Sara Shaw
One of my favorites <3
This is about Princess Sophia and her friends had to design and make their own beautiful ballgowns. But Princess Perfecta took revenge on her after Princess Sophia shouted at her. Find out what Princess PERFECTA did!
I like that there is always a lesson in the Tiara club books. The lesson for this one was to stand up for your friends and when you make a mistake to try to make it better.
I like this book because it is very suitable for girls and there was a naugthy princess who wanted revenge on princess Sophia.
Elizabeth Kim
Lately, I only have time to read children's books with the kids. My first princess book with Abigail for her birthday!
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