The Seven Princesses by Smiljana Coh

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Neither the touchstone drawing nor the cascade of minor complaints that caused the spat is particularly memorable; it’s the story’s overall arc and the herd of wide-eyed, expressively posed, doll-like princesses that will likely make the stronger impressions on young readers.
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Once upon a time, there were seven princess sisters who did everything together, from horseback riding to jumping in royal leaf piles to throwing legendary piñata parties. But one day, they had the biggest fight in the entire history of princess fighting. There was no worse sound than the sound of this fight. Will the sisters ever find a way to fill their kingdom with sounds of laughter and playing again?

Princesses of all sizes will royally delight in this modern-day fairy tale of sibling rivalry, adventure, and unconditional sisterly love.

 

About Smiljana Coh

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Smiljana Coh studied animation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, Croatia. She is the author and illustrator of over four books for children, including Princesses on the Run. Living in Varaždin with her husband and children, she spends her time writing and illustrating. Visit her online at cohillustration.com.
 
Published May 24, 2016 by Running Press Kids. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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on Mar 02 2016

Neither the touchstone drawing nor the cascade of minor complaints that caused the spat is particularly memorable; it’s the story’s overall arc and the herd of wide-eyed, expressively posed, doll-like princesses that will likely make the stronger impressions on young readers.

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