The (Very) Fairy Princess Takes the Stage

The (Very) Fairy Princess Takes the Stage

In this mother-daughter sequel, Geraldine has to cope with the fact that she is not the star this time.  Despite her   “sparkle” inside and out, another girl named Tiffany gets the lead of the Crystal Princess. Geraldine is dancing the part of the jester, which she is quite upset about.  Geraldine is a princess through and through and nothing will stop her “sparkle”.   Under her jester’s hat, she wears her precious crown and even gives it up when Tiffany’s crown gets ruined.  A great story to show how cooperation and sharing, not only objects but the stage and the limelight, can make everyone a princess.

Recommended by Deborah McLaughlin, Librarian, Pennsylvania

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