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My Little Pink Princess Purse

Illustrated by Stephen T. Johnson

A Gift Book of magical wonders.
An Interactive Story with counting, shapes and colors.
A Dress up Fantasy of royal proportions.
An Empowering and Beautiful Message for girls everywhere.

From bestselling author Stephen T. Johnson, MY LITTLE PINK PRINCESS PURSE is a gift novelty book that includes an empowering and beautiful message from the fairy godmother: “My dearest Princess, with this key, you may open this vanity box. Inside you will find a magic mirror. Only a true princess who is filled with grace, humility, intelligence, self-confidence, and imagination will be able to see her reflection. Use it wisely! With love, your Fairy Godmother.”

Included are 6 lift-up tabs, an erasable writing slab, a removable quill pen, an elegant fan, rose-colored glasses, 4 scratch-and-sniff perfumes, 5 rings, a bracelet, a sapphire tiara, a key and handheld mirror. This multiconcept book brings to life a world of imaginative, educational, and dress-up fun for princesses everywhere!

Photograph courtesy of the author

Stephen T. Johnson is the creator of such well-known children’s books as My Little Red ToolboxMy Little Blue Robot, and Alphabet City, recipient of a Caldecott Honor, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year, and a Society of Illustrators Gold Medal. His artwork can be found in permanent and public collections including the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, and the DeKalb Avenue Subway Station in Brooklyn, New York. Stephen is a professor at the University of Kansas, and he lives in Lawrence, Kansas.

Photograph courtesy of the author

Stephen T. Johnson is the creator of such well-known children’s books as My Little Red ToolboxMy Little Blue Robot, and Alphabet City, recipient of a Caldecott Honor, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year, and a Society of Illustrators Gold Medal. His artwork can be found in permanent and public collections including the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, and the DeKalb Avenue Subway Station in Brooklyn, New York. Stephen is a professor at the University of Kansas, and he lives in Lawrence, Kansas.

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