Princesses don't always have to be saved - in these books, they are the ones who save the day!
Books about (awesome) princesses
Books about princesses are always a favourite. What’s not to love about them, and we’re sure everyone has dreamt of being one once or twice (maybe a few more times…)
To mix up the usual list of books with princesses, we chose some of the quirkier princesses who we love. The princesses who don’t need a man to come to their rescue!
So, who’s your favourite princess?
Our favourite books about princesses (who rock!)
The Princess Diaries
Mia is the ultimate reluctant princess. We could not get enough of her story when we were growing up, and the film that followed was watched at every sleepover, Anne Hathaway was our idol.
Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls
Okay, so this one isn’t all about princesses, but it shows that every girl in the world should chase their dreams, and that they can be whatever they want to be. Whether that’s a princess or a pilot!
The Princess and the Giant
Princess Sophie is FED UP with the giant stomping about all night and keeping her up! She needs her sleep! So she comes up with a clever plan to get the giant to sleep…
Dara’s Clever Trap
A Cambodian tale, which shows that princesses can save the day and are the ones who can do the saving! Princess Dara uses her amazing talents for architecture and engineering to save her husband.
The Princess in Black
Well, did anyone ever say that princesses can’t wear black?! Princess Magnolia ditches the dresses when the monster alarm goes off and becomes The Princess in Black.
Grace is about to start Tall Towers Princess School – finally, she can be a real proper princess and stop being so clumsy! Will Grace be able to show them that you don’t have to be perfect to be a great princess?
Our new favourite snow princess! Princess Snowbelle is strong and independent. She loves her horse, her friends, and her family. Best of all, she does it without any knight in shining armour. You go, girl!