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Once upon a time, there was the most beautiful, extraordinary princess. At least, until the day of her christening, when a grumpy fairy placed a spell to make her ORDINARY! Princess Amethyst Alexandra Araminta Adelaide Aurelia Anne (also known as Princess Amy) doesn't mind being ordinary- she gets to play in the woods, and run about to her heart's content! But when she realises that her parents intend for her to marry a dreary prince, she must take matters into her own hands. She may have been born ordinary, but Princess Amy's adventures are nothing but! Is Princess Amy your #GirlHero? Check out the other stories in our #GirlHero collection- which character is your favourite? A Wrinkle in Time Pollyanna Pride and Prejudice Annie Ballet Shoes Chinese Cinderella The Borrowers A Little Princess Anne of the Green Gables Little Women The Secret Garden
Laura could see that Crown Prince Alexander of Montorino needed a holiday—from being a prince! He was so stiff and formal; he needed to lighten up and have some fun. For just a few days he would be ordinary, like her. Go shopping, go to the park, wash up—and Laura would be his guide.… Alexander found Laura to be like a breath of fresh air. She didn't stand on ceremony, and she told him what to do, not the other way around! It was the perfect partnership, one that Alexander wanted to last forever—until he discovered Laura's secret.…
While her sisters were blessed at birth with exceptional skills, Princess Basil's "gift" is to be ordinary. But can a princess be ordinary? After escaping an unconventional kidnapping, Princess Basil finds herself far from her castle and must take fate into her own hands. She tracks down the fairy godmother who "blessed" her, and learns the solution to her ordinariness might be as simple as finding a magic ring. With an unlikely ally in tow, she takes on gnomes, a badger, and a couple of snarky foxes in her quest for a less ordinary life. Portland comics artist Cassie Anderson (Lifeformed) takes her webcomic to print in this tale of magical adventure, full of soul and humor for readers of all ages.
Laura Sue wanted to be a princess with all her heart. However, she was not from a royal family; she was from an ordinary family, which included an ordinary brother. One day to her delight, her teacher announced to the students that they could be anything they wanted to be. This was music to Laura Sue's ears, until she announced her desire in front of the class. Laughter dampened her spirits, as did the reality that her family members offered. However, a beautiful, golden angel came to her rescue and told her how to become an ordinary princess. She gave her the formula and it is one every child could follow should he or she wish to become an ordinary prince or princess. Over 30 charming and colorful illustrations dance along with the text.
Although Amelia, the youngest of the four princesses in Gossling, seems ordinary in every way, she discovers that she has an important role to play in saving her kingdom from destruction.
Abby always thought she was just an ordinary seventh grader going through her awkward years. But after the most embarrassing night of her life, she is reminded that she has a heavenly Father who loves her just the way she is and believes that she is extraordinary. No Ordinary Princess serves as a reminder to girls of all ages that you are never too old to be a princess. Not all princesses wear tiaras and fancy dresses. Some actually prefer sneakers and jeans! No Ordinary Princess is an extraordinary book written to help girls through the times when they feel different and don't quite fit in. Abby realizes what most of us don't know until it's too late: We are all special in God's eyes. Rachel N. Johnson lives in Athens, Georgia, home of the Georgia Bulldogs. She says, I work with an amazing group of middle school girls. I realized that several of them had never been told that they were special or princesses and they didn't find value in themselves. I wanted them to know that not only were they special, but they belonged to the King of Kings, making them princesses!

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