Andrews, Julie. The Very Fairy Princess series.
While her friends and family may not believe in fairies, Geraldine knows, deep down, that she is a VERY fairy princess. E AND
Buehner, Caralyn. The Queen of Style.
When a bored queen decides to take a beauty school correspondence course, she begins monopolizing the time of her village's farmers with practice sessions in hairdressing and nail care. E BUE
Calvert, Pam. Princess Peepers.
When the other princesses make fun of her for wearing glasses, Princess Peepers vows to go without, but after several mishaps--one of which is especially coincidental--she admits that she really does need them if she wants to see. E CAL
Cuyler, Margery. Princess Bess Gets Dressed.
A young girl rejects many outfits before finding the perfect clothes to wear. E CUY
Falconer, Ian. Olivia series
Whether at home getting ready for the day, enjoying the beach, or at bedtime, Olivia is a feisty pig who has too much energy for her own good. E FAL
Gay, Marie-Louise. The Stella series
Gently humorous, the Stella books capture the relationship between an older sister and her baby brother - a responsibility that can be both lots of fun and very trying. E GAY
Henkes, Kevin. Lilly series
That beguiling mouse-child, Lilly, takes center stage in a deliciously funny look at the traumas that can upset even the most dedicated young scholars. E HEN
Hoffman, Mary. Princess Grace.
Grace wants to participate in her community festival's princess float, but first she must decide what sort of a princess she wants to be--from an African princess in kente cloth robes to a floaty pink fairy tale one. E HOF
Holabird, Katharine. Angelina Ballerina.
Angelina the mouse loves to dance and wants to become a ballerina more than anything else. E HOL
Horowitz, Dave. Twenty-Six Princesses.
Twenty-six princesses, one for each letter of the alphabet, go to a party at the prince's castle. E HOR
Jannie, Rebecca. Every Cowgirl Needs Dancing Boots.
Nellie Sue hopes to make friends with her new neighbors by hosting a hoedown in her barn, but wonders if the "glitter girls" will be able to dance in their ballet slippers, not dancing boots like hers. E JAN
Jenkins, Emily. Daffodil.
Triplet sisters Rose, Violet, and Daffodil, grow tired of wearing the colorful party dresses that match their names. E JEN
Kann, Victoria. Pinkalicious series
A little girl who is obsessed with the color pink eats so many pink cupcakes that she herself turns pink. E KAN
Katz, Karen. Princess Baby.
A little girl does not like any of the nicknames her parents have for her-- she wants to be called by her "real" name, Princess Baby. E KAT
Lum, Kate. Princesses Are Not Just Pretty.
When Princesses Mellie, Allie, and Libby begin to argue about which princess is the prettiest, they decide to hold a contest. However, l Princess Mellie ends up as the muddiest, Princess Allie as the yuckiest, and Princess Libby as the drippiest. E LUM
McHenry, E.B. Poodlena.
Poodlena Pompadour, a perfectly-groomed pink poodle, discovers the joys of playing in a muddy dog park. E MCH
Murguia, Bethanie. Princess! Fairy! Ballerina!
Three little girls try to decide what they should pretend to be: princesses, fairies, or ballerinas? E MUR
Newman, Leslea. Miss Tutu’s Star.
Young Selena, who would rather twirl than walk, begins to study ballet and, after years of practice and a great deal of encouragement from Miss Tutu, finally makes her stage debut. E NEW
Reidy, Jean. Too Purpley!
A young girl rejects many outfits before finding the perfect clothes to wear. E REI
Sheth, Kashmira. My Dadima Wears a Sari.
Two young sisters raised in America learn about the beauty and art of wearing a sari from their wise Indian grandmother. E SHE
Soman, David and Jacky Davis. The Ladybug Girl series
After her brother tells her she is too little to play with him, Lulu, dressed as Ladybug Girl, makes her own fun. E SOM
Thompson, Kay. Eloise.
An ebullient six-year-old Eloise describes her busy life in New York City's Plaza Hotel. E THO
Wilcox, Leah. Falling for Rapunzel.
A prince tries to get Rapunzel to throw down her hair so he can rescue her, but she mishears him and throws down random objects from her room instead. E WIL
York, Sarah Mountbatten-Windsor, Duchess of. Tea for Ruby.
As Ruby tells everyone about her invitation to tea with the Queen, family and friends remind her about how she should conduct herself. E YOR
Ziefert, Harriet. My Forever Dress.
Grandma sews an environmentally friendly party dress for her granddaughter that can be recycled as she grows up. E ZIE