Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Children's Book Review

It is Tuesday and once again time for the Children's Book Review. Sorry guys, this one is really mostly for the young ladies and moms that live vicariously through their little girls.

The Princess and the Snarls
by Patricia R. Eubank

This is a fabulously fun book in so many different ways. First, it includes a boudoir style dressing table with a mirror in the front of the book. Second, it has a paper doll (attached as a book mark so you won't lose her) with paper doll clothes and a little wardrobe to keep them in. However fun all these items are, the best part of this book is the story which is why we read books after all. The Princess is gifted lovely long locks by the local faeries and through some misfortune is unable to keep the snarls out of her hair. The story is a great read about friends you may meet in the most unlikely places.

2 comments:

Rebecca said...

I am definitely going to have to find this one. My girls are particularly fascinated with getting tangles out of their hair, and this book looks quite interactive! Great suggestion!

Busy-Budget Moms said...

Cute! I love kid's books, and so do my kids! Great post! =-)

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