MY DAD SAYS I'M A PRINCESS
Does every princess have to be saved?
If you've ever dreamed of becoming a princess (or prince) but were told that's what they exist for insurmountable obstacles - and therefore your dream may have been extinguished before it could ignite - you have chosen the right book.
This one speaks precisely about the fact that this status is not acquired by possession of a magnificent castle, a beautiful horse, or a sumptuous dress.
The moving work of Jelena Kastaneti told through illustrations by Andrijana Rico, portrays a curious princess in purple pajamas who squats in all of us. He talks about the virtues that are dearest we inculcate beings from the smallest feet, emphasizing that among all the glittering material things -
the strength that we carry in our hearts shines most beautifully.
And the crown, of course, but that's another story.
Author: Alegria knjige
Author: Jelena Kastaneti