The Princess Who Had Almost Everything

The Princess Who Had Almost Everything

By Annie Murray

A review of The Princess Who Had Almost Everything by Mireille Levert

Published on September 1, 2008

The Princess Who Had Almost Everything
Mireille Levert

Tundra
$21.99
cloth
9780887768873

In The Princess Who Had Almost Everything (Tundra Books) by Mireille Levert, Princess Alicia, bratty and spoiled, is driving her family and the rest of the kingdom crazy with her incessant demands to be entertained. No matter what she is presented with, she becomes bored and lets everyone know. Just when it seems that no one can succeed in keeping her entertained, along comes Prince Connor with a crafty plan. This smart DIY tale is complemented by Josée Masse’s comic and vibrant illustrations. (Ages 4+) mRb

Annie Murray is a Montreal librarian.

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