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Product Description

Lily-Rose May will not eat her peas. Even when her father turns them into the most fabulous smoothies, shakes or cupcakes, Lily always knows that they are there and turns her little nose up at them. Luckily, the doctor knows exactly what to do. He diagnoses a severe case of Princess-itus and sends Lily away to live at the palace. Unfortunately for Lily-Rose May, the perfect food for a princess is… well … that would be telling! A gleeful caper by award-winning author Caryl Hart, ideal for little princes and princesses who hate eating greens!

“A beautifully told cautionary tale that will be welcomed by parents of fussy daughters! Sarah Warburton’s lively pictures are really entertaining.” Parents in Touch

“This light-hearted take on a favourite fairy-story is certain to charm adults and children alike…. A great fun way to help persuade even the fussiest eaters to try something new.” Booktrust

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780857631084

Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Date published

September 1st, 2012

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 3.3; Lower years; 0.5 points

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Caryl Hart

133575 caryl hart 1 788381

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    TheMileLongBookshelfBlog
    on 8 March 2013

    aw this is so sweet