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Princess Baby by Karen Katz

Princess Baby

by Karen Katz

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Poor baby! She's been called everything: Cupcake, Buttercup, Little Lamb, and even Sweet Gumdrop.

Hasn't anyone noticed her shiny crown, fancy dress, sparkly shoes, velvet cape, glittery jewels, or royal wand? What will it take for her parents to call her by her real name, Princess Baby?

Toddlers will be enchanted by the feel of the glittery, sparkly crown on the cover of PRINCESS BABY, and will find a reason to giggle as baby tries to set things right where her name is concerned.

Beginning readers will have no trouble with the easy text, and will have a fun time reading this alone or having it read to them as a bedtime story. ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 12, 2009 |
I read this story for the first time. There are many kinds of princes and princesses in this book. It's very uniqe.
  tarachan... | Jul 3, 2009 |
K-3. Funny story to read aloud.The illustrations may be particularly pleasing to the girls in your classroom. ( )
  aengle | Apr 5, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375841199, Hardcover)

Here is the first book in the Princess Baby collection, followed by the picture book Princess Baby, Night-Night and the board book Princess Baby on the Go!

Poor baby, no one calls her by her real name! “I am not a buttercup, or a giggly goose. I am not a cupcake. Please don’t call me Little Lamb, and never ever Gum Drop,” she insists. With a curtsy and a twirl, again and again our protagonist makes it abundantly clear who she is. She wears a shiny crown, a fancy dress, sparkly shoes, a velvet cape, and glittery jewels. There are more clues too—she dances with princes, has perfect manners, and makes sure that everyone in her kingdom is happy. Her persistence pays off in the end, and even the youngest readers will be cheering, “Princess Baby!”

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:59:46 -0400)

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A little girl does not like any of the nicknames her parents have for her-- she wants to be called by her "real" name, Princess Baby.

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