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What does a princess really look like? / by Mark Loewen ; illustrated by Ed Pokoj.

By: Loewen, Mark [author.]Contributor(s): Pokoj, Ed [illustrator.]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Virginia : BQB Publishing, 2018. Description: 31 p. : color illustrations, 27 cmISBN: 1945448172; 9781945448171Subject(s): Girls -- Juvenile fiction | Ballerinas -- Juvenile fiction | Princesses -- Juvenile fiction | Gay parents -- Juvenile fiction | Creative ability -- Juvenile fiction | Self-esteem -- Juvenile fiction | Role models -- Juvenile fiction | Courage -- Juvenile fiction | Kindness -- Juvenile fiction | Self-acceptance -- Juvenile fiction | Happiness -- Juvenile fiction | JUVENILE FICTION / Royalty | JUVENILE FICTION / Family / General | JUVENILE FICTION / Girls & WomenGenre/Form: Juvenile works. DDC classification: 813.6 LOC classification: PZ7.1.L64 | What 2018Summary: Chloe dreams of being a ballerina princess. But today she is not practicing her twirls or leaping from room to room. She digs deep in her art drawer to find what she needs to craft her very own princess ballerina. The project quickly turns into more than a simple princess drawing. Chloe realizes that princesses are not just about beautiful hair and sparkly dresses. As her work of art comes to life, she discovers the qualities of character that make up her princess. When she feels insecure about an imperfection in her art, her dads point out that the personal quirks make her princess unique! Chloe realizes that she is not too different from the princess she so admires. -- back cover.
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Chloe dreams of being a ballerina princess. But today she is not practicing her twirls or leaping from room to room. She digs deep in her art drawer to find what she needs to craft her very own princess ballerina. The project quickly turns into more than a simple princess drawing. Chloe realizes that princesses are not just about beautiful hair and sparkly dresses. As her work of art comes to life, she discovers the qualities of character that make up her princess. When she feels insecure about an imperfection in her art, her dads point out that the personal quirks make her princess unique! Chloe realizes that she is not too different from the princess she so admires. -- back cover.

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