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Julie Andrews’ New Book, The Very Fairy Princess

July 18, 2010

The Very Fairy Princess

Written by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton
Illustrated by Christine Davenier
Little, Brown and Company, 2010
Picture Book

Gerry knows that she’s a VERY fairy princess. She wears a crown, eats fairy pancakes for breakfast, wears pink, attends to her royal duties which include . . .

“rescuing frogs (you never know when one might be a PRINCE!),

building little houses for my fellow fairies,

and exercising my unicorn.”

and especially, she must let her SPARKLE out!

I love Gerry’s very real day and how it works with her life as a fairy princess.

“Flying is NOT allowed in class.

So at school, I hang my wings up in my cubby.”

And

“Mom calls me in for a bath,

She says fairy princesses don’t have dirty fingernails.

I say it’s the price you pay for having so many responsibilities.”

This book is perfect for any fairy princesses or princesses-in-training and yes, it’s written by THE Julie Andrews and her talented writer daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton.

Book Play: Get out your fairy wings and tiara and become a fairy princess!  Host your own fairy princess tea party, invite your dolls or other fairy princess friends. Build an enticing fairy house out of natural materials – grass, twigs, leaves and so forth. Watch to see if any fairies stop by and try out the house.

WIN a copy of A Very Fairy Princess! E-mail your name to deborah.mock@parenthood.com with “Fairy Princess” in the subject line. We will randomly select a lucky winner to receive a copy of the book. Deadline for entry is midnight MST on August 9, 2010.

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