The Witch Who Wanted to Be a Princess by Lois G. Grambling

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It's as true today as it was a thousand years ago--some witches want to be princesses.
Like Bella. She dreams of big castles, silk gowns, and jewels. But the Grand Wizard has placed a moratorium on witches turning themselves into anything, especially princesses, and Bella's dream turns to dust. Clever Bella has another plan: marry a prince. A handsome one, if they haven't all been turned into frogs. And with a little online dating help that's exactly what she sets out to do.

This funny story will have readers spellbound and laughing out loud at Bella's sweetly enchanting attempts to hook her handsome prince. Magical illustrations enhance this delightful tale.

About Lois G. Grambling

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Lois Grambling is the author of more than twenty children's books, including CAN I BRING WOOLLY TO THE LIBRARY, MS REEDER? and CAN I HAVE A STEGOSAURUS, MOM? CAN I? PLEASE!? She lives in Binghamton, New York.
Published July 1, 2002 by Charlesbridge. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bella lives in a musty cottage and wears a tall, pointy hat and a long, black cape, but she dreams of being a princess and living in a castle and wearing jewels and silk dresses.

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