Princess For A Day by Sarah Dyer
  

Princess For A Day

Written by Sarah Dyer

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Royal fun in this story about being a princess. When Clementine decides to be a princess for just one day, Mungo quickly discovers just how much hard work it will be for him. How can he get her to turn back? Endearing characters in an entertaining story about make believe.

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Princess For A Day by Sarah Dyer

When Clementine decides that she is going to be a princess for the whole day, it falls to her little brother, Mungo, to satisfy her every demand. From sandwiches with their crusts cut off, to a special circus performance featuring all their best toys, Mungo never flags at any hurdle. When it becomes clear that the only thing missing from this princess-tinted reality is a prince, Mungo knows just where to find one. After all, he has read lots of fairy tales!

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'A must-read for just about every three- to five-year-old female'

'Very funny

-school

About the Author

Sarah Dyer
Sarah Dyer was born in Brighton in 1978. She studied her A levels at Bhasvic sixth form and then went on to do a Foundation course at Brighton BTEC. She has always lived near the sea until recently when she moved up to London to study a BA in Illustration at Kingston University where she obtained a 2:1 and loved every part of it. Her first book Five Little Fiends started as a project in the second year of University. She always tries to get the chance to get back home to see her family and friends still living in and around Brighton.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Sarah Dyer
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Publication date

7th April 2008

ISBN

9780747588917

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