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Five children and it Juvenile Book Five children and it

Nesbit, E. (Edith), 1858-1924.

Be careful what you ask for. You may get it! That's the message in this delightful tale of five youngsters who discover a bizarre sand creature that grants wishes. There's a catch, of course: the wishes come undone at sunset, and worse yet, things often get out of hand!

Good night, fairies book Good night, fairies

Hague, Kathleen.

At bedtime, a mother tells her curious child about the things that fairies do, like hang the stars in the evening sky and care for the toys that children have lost.

How to be an  Egyptian princess Juvenile Book How to be an Egyptian princess

Morley, Jacqueline.

You know you were born to rule! But will the ancient Egyptians choose you? Find out by putting yourself in line to be their next princess. This intriguing book will groom you for your all-important interview with the pharaohs. You'll dress to impress, and to stay cool in the desert heat.

Kaiulani :  the people's princess Juvenile Book Kaiulani : the people's princess

White, Ellen Emerson.

Follows the life of Victoria Kaiulani Cleghorn from 1889 to 1893 as she studies to be a better princess, even as Hawaii's monarchy, and her throne, are being undermined by American businessmen.

King Puck book King Puck

Garland, Michael, 1952-

Set against the backdrop of Ireland's oldest and most unusual fair, "King Puck" is a jig-reeling, kid-appealing tale of friendship and fun. Experience the power of the fairies' magic through radiant illustrations by Michael Garland. With affection and skill, he captures the lushness of the Irish landscape and the cheer of the King Puck festivities. (And don't forget to find the fairies hidden throughout the book!)

Princess Charlotte and the birthday ball Juvenile Book Princess Charlotte and the birthday ball

French, Vivian.

It's Princess Charlotte's first day at the Princess Academy, and everything goes wrong. Her new friends' beautiful ball gowns are at the bottom of the lake and it's all Charlotte's fault! Will they still want to be friends with her? Will they get to go to the ball?

Princess Justina Albertina :  a cautionary tale book Princess Justina Albertina : a cautionary tale

Davidson, Ellen Dee, 1954-

Princess Justina Albertina likes ot have her own way. When she doesn't get it, she gets a funny look in her big green eyes and causes a ruckus. When this horrid princess declares, "I WANT A PET!" her nanny searches far and wide to find the perfect pet.

Princess Peepers book Princess Peepers

Calvert, Pam, 1966-

When the other princesses make fun of her for wearing glasses, Princess Peepers vows to go without, but after several mishaps--one of which is especially coincidental--she admits that she really does need them if she wants to see.

Princess Pigsty book Princess Pigsty

Funke, Cornelia Caroline.

Declaring that she's bored being a princess, Isabella throws her crown out the window. When she steadfastly refuses to fetch it from the fishpond, her father puts his royal foot down and orders her to the pigsty--and Isabella couldn't be happier about her punishment.

Rapunzel Juvenile Book Rapunzel

Rogasky, Barbara.
J 398.2109 ROGASKY

A lovely girl is raised by a witch and rescued by a handsome prince.

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