Here is an old-fashioned story with modern relevance. A beautiful square book with full colour illustrations on every page, this vegan fairy tale is about a princess who is a little too eager to please.
Princess Primrose loved to be loved so she always did her best to please everybody. Consequently, when her parents left her in charge of the kingdom for a while, she couldn’t wait to give the people everything they asked for so that they would love her even more. And they did. For a while.
Until it all went horribly wrong.
The Princess Who Liked to be Popular is a fairy tale about a naïve princess who foolishly ignores her elders; it’s about a wicked wizard with a deceptively warm smile; and it’s about Fair Trade. With information at the back about the Food Empowerment Project (foodispower.org) which seeks to create a more just and sustainable world by recognizing the power of one’s food choices.
Format: Paperback 78 pages, colour interior,
Dimensions: Square (8.5 x 8.5 in / 216 x 216 mm)
Vegan children’s book suitable for reading to pre-school children and for older children to read alone.
£5.00 in UK. Prices may vary depending on where it’s printed.
Ships worldwide from international printer lulu.com
Comments from the web:
“Gripping & relevant tale – great read!” – CB
“Wow! What a wonderful, enlightening story! So appropriate and timely.” – Shery Alexander Heinis
“I think you might need to use much smaller words so Congress can understand the story. Love it!” – mzklever
“After reading part of this to my 7 year old son, I sort of summed up Primrose’s scenario: she did what made people happy or like her, not necessarily what is right. My son asked, “Is that the right way?” Interesting! I took for granted that he would know the answer. Hopefully he will begin to learn the right answer as he reads stories like yours. Thanks!” – Green Chimneys Garden
“Wow, this is a very interesting story! Love the illustrations, too. It just keeps getting better.” – ninjafrk77
“This story is amazing! I am aztounded and my children love it!” – Anastasia Fruitloops
“That is one interesting story. I love fairy tales and I think this one serves a very important purpose! Loved reading it 🙂 ” – Sweet Archive
“Well-written, gripping and totally original – I thoroughly enjoyed this fairy tale.” – AnnabelleFranklinAuthor
“Oh how I loved this! I couldn’t stop reading till the end! Well done!” – purpleslobinrecovery