Princess Poppy: A True Princess

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Part of the Princess Poppy series

Publisher: Random House

Poppy is fed up. Her best friend Honey is prettier, kinder and seems to have a much more exciting time than Poppy. What's more, Poppy is definitely convinced that everyone likes Honey best. So Poppy decides if she looks and behaves like Honey, then everyone will like her too. With renewed confidence she sets out to achieve this transformation…

In this latest adventure in the Princess Poppy series, Poppy learns that happiness lies in just being yourself and accepting that people are different. Children will relate to Poppy's feelings of envy and insecurity; the fairytale setting and illustrations, along with the purple text, have immense appeal for young girls particularly.

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