Ten Big Toes and a Prince's Nose by Nancy Gow

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Poor little princess... As soon as suitors caught a glimpse of her gigantic feet, they ran for the door. And in another kingdom, far far away, a kind prince had a similar problem: maidens made a hasty retreat the moment they saw his gigantic nose! But a serendipitous meeting on a ski slope teaches this adorably flawed (and well-matched) pair an important lesson:
 I am what I am and that's all right with me.
 I don't have to be different, I just have to be.
 I don't want to be somebody else. No sir-ree!
 I am what I am and that's all right with me.

With whimsical surprises, lavish art, and a fantastical story about love and acceptance, this picture book will delight readers of any age.
 

About Nancy Gow

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attended the Philadelphia College of Art. His picture books inlcude "The Christmas Spider's Miracle
 
Published October 5, 2010 by Sterling. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Children's Books.

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// but the beautiful princess had gigantic feet.” No prince can see she is charming, because they can only see her big feet.

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