Do Princesses Have Best Friends Forever?

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Taylor Trade Publishing
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10.8 X 9.3 X 0.5 inches | 1.05 pounds
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About the Author

Carmela LaVigna Coyle's first book, Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots? is enjoyed by little princesses everywhere, and has been succeeded by three other princess books. She lives in Denver, Colorado. Mike Gordon's award-winning illustrations span fiction, non-fiction, entertainment, and educational books worldwide. He lives in Santa Barbara, California. Carl Gordon and his father have been a team since 1999. Mike Gordon creates the line art illustrations, and the color is computer generated by Carl. He lives in South Africa.


After a four-year hiatus, Coyle and the Gordons are back with another Do Princesses...? title that will have readers laughing as the little girls go through Mommy's clothing drawers for dress-up items, strew crumbs all over the living room floor, and have a pot-and-pan jam in the backyard. The illustrations (e.g., a bewigged pup gazing in a mirror, little brother trying to escape his stroller as he rides by caged monkeys at the zoo), drawn by Mike and colored by his son, Carl, are absolutely hysterical and beg for a second look.-- "School Library Journal"
Do Princesses Have Best Friends Forever? is a delightful illustrated book about two girls who spend a day in creative, fun play activities together. Whimsical pastel illustrations make the verse play date descriptions hilariously real.-- "Midwest Book Review"
Praise for Do Princesses Really Kiss Frogs? "A really nice read-aloud for parents and teachers."-- "School Library Journal"
Praise for Do Princesses Scrape Their Knees? "This fun book shows that even a 'princess' can get down and dirty."-- "Wee One's Children's Magazine"
Praise for Do Princesses Wear Hiking Boots? Humorous illustrations add charm, and for parents who have princesses of their own, the refreshing perspective on acceptable princess behavior is a godsend.-- "The Bloomsbury Review"