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Princess Chloe and the Primrose Petticoats

by Vivian French

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This glitter-filled and flower-covered easy-reader is perfect for little girls who want to start reading on their own. As part of the Tiara Club series, Princess Chloe and the other princesses teach simple lessons in friendship and manners while dealing with things that little girls like (dresses, shoes, tiaras, etc). The little princesses try to work things out among themselves, but Fairy G. is always there to wave her wand and make everything better. Black and white illustrations throughout the book help readers visualize the story for themselves, while taking a step away from the picture book. Recommended for school and public libraries in affluent areas. ( )
  marvelousleah | Oct 5, 2011 |
This is a accurate book when it comes to modern fantasy because the author has mad the magical plot so believable by placing the setting in a modern dormitory for princesses. Sadly I feel as though only girls might enjoy this book. The characters were not well developed in this book at all. I feel as though they would be hard for many children to relate to. It presented the idea the doing good deeds is just to make oneself feel better. It set in a world of very wealthy individuals who have everything and focus so much on their outer appearance.
  natasha.bevis | Nov 20, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061434841, Paperback)

Princess Chloe can't wait to wear her primrose petticoats to the Ruby Mansions ball. But she's forgotten her invitation! And when Princess Gruella wants to borrow her favorite dress, things get even worse.

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"Princess Chloe can't wait to wear her primrose petticoats to the Ruby Mansions ball. But she's forgotten her invitation! When Princess Gruella wants to borrow her favorite dress, things get even worse."--Back cover.

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