The Very Fairy Princess by Julie Andrews
Despite her scabby knees and dirty fingernails, Geraldine knows that she is a princess inside and shows it through her behavior at home and in school.
The Princess and the Pizza by Mary Jane Auch
An out-of-work princess applies to become the bride of Prince Drupert, but first she must pass several tests, including a cooking contest.
Barbie Princess Tales: The Essential Guide
Barbie fans will love this princess book, which is a companion to Barbie’s best-selling princess-theme films including Rapunzel, Princess and the Pauper, and Magic of Pegasus.
Barbie in the Twelve Dancing Princesses by Mary Man-Kong
This version of the fairy tale features Princess Genevieve and her twelve sisters as they escape their strict cousin by dancing the night away in a magic world, returning only to save their father, the king.
The Princesses Have a Ball by Teresa Bateman
In this update of the fairy tale “The Twelve Dancing Princesses,” twelve princesses wear out their shoes playing basketball.
Princess Peepers by Pam Calvert
When the other princesses make fun of her for wearing glasses, Princess Peepers vows to go without, but after several mishaps she admits that she really does need them if she wants to see.
Princess Bess Gets Dressed by Margery Cuyler
A fashionably dressed princess reveals her favorite clothes at the end of a busy day.
The Princess Knight by Cornelia Caroline Funke
Violetta is a young princess who wishes she could show the world that she is just as brave and strong as her brothers. Disguising herself as a boy, she takes part in a knights’ jousting tournament.
Princess Pigsty by Cornelia Caroline Funke
Tired of being a princess, the youngest of three sisters throws her crown out the window and finds happiness working in the royal kitchen and pigsty.
Princess Hyacinth: (the Surprising Tale of a Girl who Floated) by Florence Parry Heide
Princess Hyacinth is bored and unhappy sitting in her palace every day because, unless she is weighed down by specially-made clothes, she will float away.
Princess Grace by Mary Hoffman
Grace wants to participate in her community festival’s princess float, but first she must decide what sort of princess she wants to be – from an African princess in kente cloth robes to a pink fairy tale princess.
The Hinky Pink by Megan McDonald
Summoned to the great castle of Firenze to create a special dress for the princess, Anabel, a talented seamstress, is at first delighted but then increasingly despairing as her efforts are continually subverted by an unseen sprite.
Princess Picky by Marjorie Priceman
When Nicki refuses to eat her vegetables, she goes from being called Princess Perfect to Princess Picky, and the worried king orders his staff to create bribes fit for a finicky royal eater.
Patricia von Pleasantsquirrel by James Proimos
After failing to convince her parents that she is a princess, Patricia von Pleasantsquirrel leaves her moatless house in search of a “princessdom.”
The Apple-Pip Princess by Jane Ray
In a land that has stood barren, parched by drought and ravaged by frosts since the Queen’s death, the King sets his three daughters the task of making the kingdom bloom again, and discovers that sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest difference.
The Red Wolf by Margaret Shannon
Roselupin, a princess locked in a tower by her overprotective father, uses yarn to knit a red wolf suit to free herself.
Princess Says Goodnight by Naomi Howland
Find out what a princess might do between leaving the ball and saying goodnight.
The Princess and the Pea by Sucie Stevenson
By feeling a pea through twenty mattresses and twenty featherbeds, a girl proves that she is a real princess.
Princess Me by Karma Wilson
A little girl imagines being a princess, with her stuffed animals serving as royal subjects.