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After all these years the Little Princess still rules the palace and its inhabitants – including the queen, the admiral and the prime minister. The king is away and she wants a bedtime story, but none of the grown-ups’ stories match her daddy’s (though the gardener’s tale of the carrot who was afraid of the dark sounds good). When she gets that look – perfectly depicted by Tony Ross in facial expression and body language – the maid is called, as she so often is. She takes the Little Princess to the library, full of course of brilliant stories, even the one that daddy always tells and, to her surprise, the Little Princess can read it all by herself. Tony Ross’s understanding of children is as acute as ever, and children and parents will love this. ~ Andrea Reece
Every bedtime the King tells the Little Princess a story before she falls asleep. When he's away on royal business, everyone tries to make up a bedtime story for the Little Princess, but no one is as good as her dad. Finally the palace maid has an idea...Little Princess can discover stories to read to herself at bedtime, in the palace library!
Tony Ross's understanding of children is as acute as ever, and children and parents will love this. -- Andrea Reece Lovereading4Kids
Quintessential Ross...amusing and colourful School Library Journal
|Publication date:||4th August 2016|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers|
Born in 1938 in Wandsworth, South London, Tony Ross never though about a career in art, but says he fell into it after his dream of being a cowboy disintegrated when a letter he wrote to John Wayne was never replied to. After Liverpool College of Art, Tony became an art director at an Advertising Agency but after a particularly bad day in the office he gave up his job to go into teaching at Manchester Polytechnic. His first book was published in 1976 and as well as his own, he has illustrated over 1000 books for authors such as Roald Dahl, David ...More About Tony Ross