Best Princess Books for Kids


There’s a Princess in the Palace by Zoe Alley

Collection of princess stories that have a humorous spin on them.

  

The Princess and the Pizza by Mary Jane Auch

A princess who is out of work prepares a feast that is fit for a prince.

  

The Prince Won’t Go to Bed by Dayle Ann Dodds

The nanny cannot get the prince to go to bed until the princess comes and asks what is wrong.

  

The Princess Knight by Cornelia Funke

Violet, a princess, uses her intelligence and bravery to show everyone what she’s made of.

  

The Witch Who Wanted to Be a Princess by Lois Grambling

Bella’s plan is to marry a handsome prince so she uses online dating for some help.

  

The Very Smart Pea and the Princess-To-Be by Mini Grey

A spoof on the famous pea under the mattress test to find out if a princess is real or not.

  

Angelina at the Palace by Katherine Holabird

Angelina proves to be a perfect teacher when she is invited to dance at the Royal Palace in Mouseland.

  

 Twenty Six Princesses by Dave Horowitz

All the princesses attend the ball, even though the prince is a frog.

  

Princess Penelope’s Parrot by Helen Lester

Penelope is a very spoiled princess. When she can’t get her parrot to talk, she starts threatening it. The parrot gets revenge when the prince comes to visit.

  

Goldilicious by Victoria Kann

Pinkalicious and Goldilicious can conquer anything together, whether it’s roller skating or protecting each other from evil wizardry.

  

Princess Baby by Karen Katz

Princess Baby gets upset because no one calls her by the right name.

  

The Paper Princess by Elisa Kleven

The little girl loses her paper princess when a gust of wind sends her flying.

  

The Princess and the Potty by Wendy Cheyette Lewison

The little princess will only wear a diaper and will not use her potty. Her parents get frustrated and try everything they can to get her to use the potty.

  

Princess Fishtail by Frances Minters

Princess Fishtail loves her life under water but meeting a handsome surfer makes her question if she really wants to live under the sea.

  

The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch

The princess is supposed to marry Prince Ronald until a dragon attacks the castle and kidnaps him.

 

 Many Moons by James Thurber

A little princess wants the moon and she ends up getting it.

  

Tumble Tower by Anne Tyler

Princess Molly is very messy to say the least, but her cluttered room ends up saving her family.

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19 Mar 2014


By Caitlin Dougherty
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