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Title:
The worst princess
Author:
Kemp, Anna.
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Edition:
1st American ed.
Publication Information:
New York : Random House, 2014.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Summary:
Lonely Princess Sue longs to leave her castle tower, but when her prince finally rescues her, she realizes she is destined for a less traditional partner.
Language:
English
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR LG 3.1 0.5 166351.
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ISBN:
9780385371254
Format :
Book

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Author Anna Kemp and illustrator Sara Ogilvie turn a traditional fairy tale on its royal head in this bright and funny rhythmic story that will have readers of all ages cheering along for The Worst Princess! Princess Sue dreams of finding her Prince Charming. But when that Prince proves to be a bit more traditional than what she had hoped for, Princess Sue--along with the help of fiery dragon--becomes determined to find a way to get the fairy-tale ending that she always evisioned for herself. For fans of Robert Munch's The Paperbag Princess!


Author Notes

ANNA KEMP spent her childhood sticker-swapping, playing Pac-Man and coordinating BMX displays. She was a bit of a late reader but now reads all the time in her job at Oxford University. Her first picture book was Dogs Don't Do Ballet, illustrated by Sara Ogilvie. It was followed by her first young fiction title, Fantastic Frankie and the Brain-Drain Machine.

SARA OGILVIE is an illustrator and printmaker who enjoys the challenge of a wide range of subjects--from old wives tales and household appliances, to toys and carpets. The stranger the better! As a printmaker, Sarah's screen prints and lithographs have been exhibited across the U.K. and abroad, including U.S.A, Canada, Poland, Japan, Korea, and France. She has won numerous accolades for her work, including the 3X3 Magazine Professional Awards. This is Sara's second collaboration with Anna Kemp.