Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Yay! I have reviews!

Woohoo! A few people read my book and kindly wrote positive reviews.
See below what they are saying...

5.0 out of 5 stars Delightful, and empowering! August 13, 2012
By Aquilla
Format:Kindle Edition
What a wonderful message to little girls everywhere! Despite all the pink and all the glitter aimed at them, they don't need to be only princesses. Little girls can grow up to be doctors, scientists, astronauts, and just about anything. It's great to see a children's book written to support that!

The illustrations are delightful, and very appropriate to the tone of the book. I particularly enjoyed how the illustrations focused on the protagonist's imaginary world, rather than the physical. That was beautifully done.

The book is very easy to read and appropriate for any age. I highly recommend!

5.0 out of 5 stars Love this book! August 11, 2012
By Daniel
Format:Kindle Edition
My little one loves this book. Charming illustration, fun story, good message for little girls and easy to read. Great bedtime story. I definitely would recommend this for anyone with a a little girl in their life.
5.0 out of 5 stars Not Just a Princess--By Mary Lee August 13, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Not Just a Princess is about a little girl named Mia. Mia is called princess by her mother and father, but Mia finds out that there is much more to life than being just a princess. She pretends to be a lot of things and dreams of a magical land. Her mother and father call her princess, but she wants to be more than a princess. She lets her imagination and dreams run free to be whatever she wants to be. Mia is not held back by boundaries that adults are often held back by. The message in this book is to let your children dream whatever they want to be. My son has a crazy imagination like Mia and I enjoy every minute of it, because I know one day it will not be as wild as it is now. I enjoyed this children's picture book for its story and its colorful pictures. You can also find this review at Therianbowstickboy dot blogspot dot com author of The Rainbow Stick Boy (A children's book about adventure, diversity, and the beauty within, Ages 4-8)
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