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Princess Smartypants Paperback – April 14, 1997
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Princess Knight by Cornelia Funke is a much more positive, upbeat book that gives young girls a message that they can be strong and independent with or without a husband. This book portrays men as arrogant and ignorant. I hope my girls grow up with a different idea in mind. I hope they see the good in both sexes instead of demeaning the value of men.
Princess Smartypants DOES get to live happily ever after in this story, but not in the usual way.
My son loves it. I overheard him telling a friend the other day that "some people don't WANT to get married". That's OK, isn't it?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like it, don't love it. The idea is there, could be better conveyed.Published 4 days ago by K. M. Winick-Ford
I loved this book as a little girl. Now I have purchased it for my little girl, I know she will love it as much as I did!Published 1 month ago by Casi
Every little girl in America needs to own and read and re-read this book!Published 2 months ago by Christine Petersen-grosse
I bought these for my niece's birthday and she loved it. Her parents got a kick out of it too! Fun twist on the traditional "princess" storyline.Published 4 months ago by Adrianna
the message of this book is better suited for school-age kids, not toddlers.Published 6 months ago by Margret
I am listening to a teacher read it to children after lunch right this moment. I love the book but I feel it was a bit more beat up than advertised. Still what a wonderful story.Published 7 months ago by Salowa Salzer
Great book for young girls AND boys! Funny, smart and empowering. I was given this as an adult. I am still wondering WHY my friend's mother gave it to me, but I don't care. Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Neal
I'm glad I went out and found this to read before I bought it. It's pretty mean spirited, the main character is a spoiled brat, and I don't like the message that a girl has to do... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sophie