Princesses Are Not Perfect

Princesses Are Not Perfect

Kate Lum Sue Hellard / May 28, 2020

Princesses Are Not Perfect Princesses Allie Mellie and Libby are very busy at their rose covered palace by the sea Princess Allie bakes the best cakes you ve ever had Princess Libby is an expert at building things And Princes

  • Title: Princesses Are Not Perfect
  • Author: Kate Lum Sue Hellard
  • ISBN: 9781599904337
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princesses Allie, Mellie, and Libby are very busy at their rose covered palace by the sea Princess Allie bakes the best cakes you ve ever had Princess Libby is an expert at building things And Princess Mellie can grow almost anything in her garden.But the princesses are tired of being the best at just one thing So when it s time to prepare for the Summer Party, the priPrincesses Allie, Mellie, and Libby are very busy at their rose covered palace by the sea Princess Allie bakes the best cakes you ve ever had Princess Libby is an expert at building things And Princess Mellie can grow almost anything in her garden.But the princesses are tired of being the best at just one thing So when it s time to prepare for the Summer Party, the princesses decide to switch places Allie will build the chairs, Mellie will bake the cupcakes, and Libby will grow berries in the garden After all, princesses are good at everything right

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    756 Comments

    1. I love the illustrations and I actually liked the story in this one better than in Princesses Are Not Quitters!. The three princesses aren't the sort to just sit on their butts; oh, no, they have hobbies that are not only very fulfilling for the princesses but productive and useful, too. They do what they love and they are good at it and they are happy. But, one day, one of the princesses thinks that maybe they should swap duties so they don't become bored. After all, aren't princesses good at e [...]


    2. As several other reviews have mentioned, a more accurate title would probably be "Princesses Are Not Good At Everything." But let's face it, that doesn't have the alliterative appeal of "Princesses Are Not Perfect."Either way, the message is that you don't have to be good at everything, that others might be better at it than you, and to just find what you enjoy. It's a pretty important message for kids who are brought up to want everything perfect the first time, to expect medals and first place [...]



    3. The title of this book is deceiving. This is not about being able to make mistakes and learn from them. It is about understanding that you do not have to be good at everything. And when the Princesses mess up the tasks they take on the tasks are secretly fixed so no character every actually says it is ok to not be good at everything. But the princesses say multiple times "princesses can do anything'. I thought the message got lost.


    4. Princess Allie, Mellie, and Libby are experts in their own ways, they all have their ONE specialty. Princess Allie loves to bake, Princess Libby loves to build things and Princess Mellie loves to garden. They are perfectly happy in their rolls and feel like all is right with the work when they are involved in their work. One day out of the blue they decide to switch places and DISASTER!!! They are awful at the things their sisters are so good at. Picture stirring batter on the floor with a broom [...]


    5. We had this book on hold at our local library for what seemed like ages. When we finally got it, we read it right away. Somehow it seemed to me to be a disappointment, although our girls really liked it. Perhaps it was the anticipation over what turns out to be a pretty average book. The pictures of the princesses are very fancy and our girls loved looking at all the little details. The story was okay and encourages doing the things you love to do. But it almost seemed to say that you should onl [...]


    6. Three princesses have their own talents. Princess Mellie was the gardener, Allie baked, Libby makes things with hammers and wood. The catchphrase is "Princesses are good at everything." Mellie wants to change jobs to baking. Seasoned readers will recognize trouble ahead. The illustrations are great with high piled Marge Simpson hair, messes galore. After the disasters created when the blueberries bushes are cut down, the chairs are unsittable, magically the princesses have insomnia and there is [...]


    7. Um, does anyone else see how this story is strikingly similar to the scene in Sleeping Beauty where the fairies are getting ready for Rose's birthday? They each take on a task that they're not good at and screw it up pretty bad, which is exactly what happens in this book. Anywhooty, I kind of like how intricate and gravity-defying the illustrations of the princesses are, but I think it's weird that the title is "Princesses Are Not Perfect," when the refrain in the text is, "Princess are not good [...]


    8. Once upon a time there were three Princesses who had their own special talents that they loved and excelled in. One day in a fit of exhaustion one princess becomes complacent about her job and wants to trade with another princess. They all agree, since they are sure they can do everything perfectly because they are princesses. Well as you and I both know that is not the case, and the princesses soon learn this lesson as well. Good for them for trying to do something different though. Kids will e [...]


    9. I really enjoyed this book. Mostly because of the illustrations. They were hilarious and had so much to look at. It makes this much better for a lap-read or read-alone. Though I will say I was caught for some time on one picture thinking a princess had fallen down the stairs. In actuality, she was sliding down the banister. I also loved the inflatable castle addition. The story has a nice message by the end.


    10. I loved this book! I thought that the pictures were fun to look at and the lesson behind the story was even better! Even though sometimes we might think that we are perfect we are not, however we are good at (and better at) somethings that others are not. The colors and funny characters really made this story very enjoyable and fun to read.


    11. It's a fun little story that goes against type (for a princess story). There are also lots of little details in the illustrations. The ending will pleasantly surprise young children (preschool/kindergarten). Not one of the most read-aloud friendly books but worth reading because it makes the kiddos smile.


    12. I love the detailed illustrations and the fact that these princesses don't fit the usual mold of sitting around and being waited upon. However, the ultimate message of the book is slightly off. It is good to do what you love, but it's also valuable to do things you're not good at, even do them for awhile, because being old at something isn't the only reason to do it.


    13. It was okay. Fun illustrations but a little hard to keep track of who was who. I liked that the princesses did things that are and are not considered feminine tasks and it was just life as usual. The conclusion had a good point but was perhaps a little weak with regard to having to be an expert at something but only one thing.


    14. While clearly not a story with little boys as the intended audience, this book was one Asher (4 years old) still liked. It's the story of three princesses who each have their talents - baking, gardening, and building - and the disastrous results when they try to be something that they are not.I picked this book out because of the illustrations and they do not disappoint!


    15. 42 months - this was a cute book and then when we watched the Disney Sleeping Beauty I recognized the a similar story line when the fairies decide to switch up who makes the cake, the dress etc. an everything goes wrong until at last they switch jobs again.


    16. Oh my goodness, I love the floofy-over-the-top art in this book! (I really want an insanely enormous princess dress now.) And, I love these princesses who love doing things for themselves. What a wonderful and funny story!


    17. A pretty standard storyline, good illustrations. I wish the princesses didn't all look exactly alike except the color of their hair--and very stereotypical depictions of princesses. But that might just be me.


    18. This was just a sweet and lovely book. I really liked how the princesses looked and how they tried to do something different and in the end couldn't sleep because of it. I would recommend it to everyone. :)


    19. We are the best at doing the things we love best and are passionate about, we can't be good at EVERYTHING because princesses are not perfect. Great message in a cute book about a baker, gardener, and builder princesses. My daughter loves it.




    20. Fun, girly artwork and a cute story about three princesses - a baker, gardener, and engineer - switching places for the day. Chaos ensues, adorabubs are had by all.






    21. Good message, and girls will love it. Illustrations are very dense and the story does not flow very well and is sometimes ambiguous.



    22. It's "Princesses Are Not Perfect" because it is the sequel to "Princesses Are Not Quitters". And each of these books gets in a message without slamming it home Berenstain Bear style!


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