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The Ladybug Princess: A Princess Picture Book by [Schoen, Julie, Pearl, Little]
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Length: 34 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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On her first day of Kindergarten, Julie put on her frilliest pink Birthday dress.  Her mom helped her put her hair into a bun and, as she was heading out the door, Julie grabbed a peacock feather from a nearby vase and carefully placed it in her hair.  At school, Julie was very different from the other girls.  She was shy, loved to read, and quoted Audrey Hepburn instead of children's shows.

Inspired by her childhood, many of the events described in this story are true, including the swarm of ladybugs that covered the author's body one summer morning (although they didn't talk.) Julie hopes that this book will delight young girls and awaken the true inner princess that lies within all of them.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1851 KB
  • Print Length: 34 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Little Pearl Publishing (April 28, 2012)
  • Publication Date: April 28, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007YXIU1W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #531,995 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My granddaughter loves this cute little book, The Ladybug Princess by Julie Schoen. For one, she IS a princess and dresses like one...LOL. Completely in charge and looks like a doll. I also call her 'my little ladybug'...so this was a perfectly named book.

I like that this is not too long, not too short. Plenty of beautifully illustrated pictures too. Learning to accept one's self is a great lesson for children....and come to think about it, us adults too.

Self image is hard for many, and in the realm of fairy tales to tv shows and movies, it is nice to have a book that backs the importance of someone being themselves, no matter how old, and being positive.

This is a definite keeper for our reading library.

I received this eBook free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
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If your little girl is like mine two of her favorite things has to be ladybugs and princesses. When I saw the title of the book I knew she'd love it. I didn't know how much I'd love it too.

First this story is engaging enough to keep my daughter interested to the end. If that wasn't enough it is beautifully illustrated throughout the book. Not just at the beginning of the book or chapters as I find with a lot of Kindle children's books. I found the length of the story to be perfect too. It's not too long that my daughter falls asleep or looses interest by the time I'm done reading but long enough that she is engaged in the story but not wound up and antsy by the end of the story.

She loves the part of when the ladybugs swarm Audrey because something similar happened to her when she released ladybugs she was raising last year. She loves the illustration of it also. We always pause at that picture and look at it for a while before continuing on.

I love the messages in the book. The author tackles some big issues little girls growing up deal with bullying, pressure to conform and the pressure to be beautiful by society standards. The author tells a story about a little girl learning to accept herself. Learning how to see the beauty inside herself.

Another thing I love is his is a word wise book. If you're unfamiliar with word wise books on the Kindle they identify hard words and give you alternatives for beginner readers. You can easily see quick alternatives above the word or click on the word to bring up the definition, similar words and alternative meaning. This makes the book so much easier to read to an younger child or someone whose first language may not be English.

I was offered this book at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
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This is a very good story to read to little girls. It is very fun and easy to read but most of all it is very informative and gives moral lessons for our little girls. Nowadays, with the advent of technology, everything children see and learn on television and online about BEAUTY are all so superficial. That you only look beautiful if you are wearing branded clothes, branded stuff, wears make-up, etc. Most children don't know the real essence of beauty. They thought looking good outwardly is more important than what's inside your heart. I didn't say of course, that they don't need to look good and dress up nicely, it's just that they have to also know, that even without those material things/accessories, they can be beautiful just as they are by having a good heart and great attitude. This book, gives that lesson. The ladybug in the story tells Audrey that she is a princess (can refer to beauty) because she has eyes that see the good in others, lips that speak love and kindness and smile is brighter than the sun. This book also teaches kids how to deal with bullies. Nowadays, bullying is so rampant anywhere. This book, indirectly tells kids not to mind the bullies as long as you know yourself. I told my little girl, if someone says you are not beautiful, just say, "Okay, thank you. You are beautiful!" Each person has their opinion. But if the bully pointed out that you are not beautiful, then that just means you are! She noticed you are beautiful so she got jealous, she she wanted to make herself feel better by saying that you are not. Giving a nice compliment back to the bully may also make her feel good about herself. Maybe she didn't get compliments before. So I told my kid, turn a bully remark into something positive, as long as you know yourself, you won't get affected.

Overall, this is a very great book to read. Highly recommend! I got lucky to avail this for free while browsing on Kindle ebooks.:)
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All girls, at some point in their lives, imagine being a princess. And for some women, this idyllic fairy tale never goes away.

A beautiful young girl, Audrey loves dressing up in fancy gowns and adorning her hair with tiaras, but the other girls at school make fun of her. Just as Audrey thinks it's time for her to grow up and relinquish her dreams of being a princess, a magical swarm of ladybugs greets her at recess. The ladybugs, inspired by the timeless wisdom of Audrey Hepburn, teach little Audrey the true meaning of being a real-life princess.

This beautifully illustrated children's book shows young readers the importance of being themselves and the power of a positive attitude. In a time where so many young girls struggle with their self image, The Ladybug Princess is a refreshing take on a modern day fairy tale, where, in the end, true beauty is revealed through the power of a smile.
On her first day of Kindergarten, Julie put on her frilliest pink Birthday dress. Her mom helped her put her hair into a bun and, as she was heading out the door, Julie grabbed a peacock feather from a nearby vase and carefully placed it in her hair. At school, Julie was very different from the other girls. She was shy, loved to read, and quoted Audrey Hepburn instead of children's shows.

Inspired by her childhood, many of the events described in this story are true, including the swarm of ladybugs that covered the author's body one summer morning (although they didn't talk.) Julie hopes that this book will delight young girls and awaken the true inner princess that lies within all of them.
This is a super cute quick ebook for kids. It is a story line that can appeal to many different people.
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