Twenty-six PrincessesBook - 2008
Dave Horowitz creates a party kids won't want to miss, a wildly fun way to practice the alphabet and a frog's-eye view of the courtly life.
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This book is about the 26 letters in the alphabet. And has 26 princesses, one for each letter. I like the rhyming in the book. What the princesses are doing rhymes with their name.
Twenty-six enthusiastic princesses – one for each letter of the alphabet – attend the royal ball thrown by the prince. They include Princess Alice (who is always first and on time) and Princess Zaire (late, and last, as usual) and twenty-four dressed-up princesses in between!
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