The Very Little Princess

The Very Little Princess

Book - 2010
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When she goes to her grandmother's house for the first time, Zoey finds a tiny china doll that comes alive in her hands and believes that she is a princess and that Zoey is her servant.
Publisher: New York : Random House, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780375856914
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9780375956911
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9780375856938
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Characteristics: 122 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Sayles, Elizabeth - Illustrator

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joycemas thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 6 and 9

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GIRL NLN
Jul 03, 2017

I love this beautiful book.

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princesspupule
Jan 07, 2015

There are several types of abandonment...this book has both emotional and physical.
Having a loving grandmother and a demanding, imperious princess doll who is alive, soothes the pain a bit for Zoey.

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joycemas
Jul 02, 2014

Regina is only 3-1/4 inches tall, but she knows from the moment she wakes up in her dollhouse bed that she is a princess. Why else would she have such a lovely pink gown? Why else would she have such golden hair and flawless skin? And why else would she have a four-foot, curly-haired human creature to wait on her? Meanwhile Zoey, that four-foot, curly-haired creature, has always dreamed that someday one of her dolls would come alive. But in her dreams, the doll never ordered her around. The doll didn’t call her a servant. And the doll was a whole lot nicer!

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