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What the community says about The Princess Who Liked To Be Popular
- "This book is fine. I don't think it brings anything new to the table but I am sure your kids will enjoy it. My niece enjoyed it well enough and I think if you have a little girl especially she will enjoy it. Probably better options out there but this will do the job."
- "Finding the best books about modern royal tales is no easy task. There are several stories out there, especially about royal tales, but I found The Princess Who Liked To Be Popular to be the best book about modern royal tales. This book was very sweet and endearing. It follows the story of Princess Primrose and her desire to be loved by all."
- "I was looking for books for my eight year old cousin, and found this recommended to me by a friend. I think the story has a nice message about trying to make everyone happy, which is very difficult to do, especially as you grow up and have to manage expectations. It's a tough lesson to learn, and one you don't always see well-reflected in children's media. The illustrations are a little rough, but colourful and charming; my cousin liked the book very much!"
- "I bought this book for my 6, turning 7 year old little girl. I thought that it would teach her a good lesson on life at an early age. She was engaged while I read it to her, and she asked questions about the why's and how's of it all. I think it was a good investment."
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