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  • Author:
    Tony Ross
  • ISBN:
    1842705857
  • ISBN13:
    978-1842705858
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Andersen Press (August 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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  • FB2 format
    1673 kb
  • ePUB format
    1886 kb
  • DJVU format
    1336 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    955
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I Want to Go Home! book. The Little Princess has been moved to a new castle, where there is lots more room! But she just wants to go home to the old castle

I Want to Go Home! book. The Little Princess has been moved to a new castle, where there. The Little Princess has been moved to a new castle, where there is lots more room! But she just wants to go home to the old castle. But is the old castle still the same, now that it has new owners? A wonderfully funny and reassuring book that will ring true with anyone who has ever moved house with a toddler.

She wants to go back to her old home. This is part of the Little Princess series by Tony Ross. I have not read the others. She spends time in a grumpy mood so her mother the queen offers to take her back home for a peek. The new owners have changed the castle so much that it is no longer like her old home. Little Princess is now eager to go to her new home where she can be herself. The illustrations appear to watercolor and ink. They are colorful with plenty of detail to catch the eye. I have not read the others

The Little Princess loves to win―and at home everyone usually lets he. The Little Princess's eyes grew sad as those trophies began to go to the other children.

The Little Princess loves to win―and at home everyone usually lets her. At school, even though she tries her hardest. Tony Ross has illustrated hundreds of children's books including the beloved Amber Brown series and his own Little Princess books for Andersen Press. What was going to happen to her if she wasn't number one all the time? This is a delightful tale of a Little Princess who discovered she couldn't always have her way.

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I Want to Go Home! by Tony Ross (Paperback, 2009). Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Compare similar products. Ten Little Princesses: Board Book by Mike Brownlow (Paperback, 2015). But is the old castle still the same, now that it has new owners?A wonderfully funny and reassuring book that will ring true with anyone who has ever moved house with a toddler.

Little Princess Story Collection 10 books by Tony Ross, Series of book about a three- or four-year-old princess . Tony Ross's bestselling feisty toddler, the Little Princess, is back - but this time coping with the trauma of moving house.

Little Princess Story Collection 10 books by Tony Ross, Series of book about a three- or four-year-old princess and the phases that she goes through in life. Fiercely independent and more than a little stroppy, the Little Princess in I Want My Potty is sure to appeal to toddlers everywhere, especially if they're ready to leave nappies behind! With brilliant illustrations and a simple, witty story, Tony Ross captures all the fun and frustrations of being a toddler.

Little Princess, London, United Kingdom.

The Little Princess has starred in eleven picture books already, and her many admirers will be devastated to hear that she has moved. It’s all right though, we can still find out EXACTLY what she feels about that, in this wonderful, reassuring book for toddlers.

Kare
Perfect for a child about to move house. Loved by all parents,grandparents and of course the child.
Stick
The princess' family has outgrown the castle and moves into a new one. But the Little Princess doesn't want a new home. She wants to go back to her old home. She spends time in a grumpy mood so her mother the queen offers to take her back home for a peek. The new owners have changed the castle so much that it is no longer like her old home. Little Princess is now eager to go to her new home where she can be herself.

The illustrations appear to watercolor and ink. They are colorful with plenty of detail to catch the eye.

This is part of the Little Princess series by Tony Ross. I have not read the others. It is an interesting take on having to leave your home for a new one and how no matter where you live, home is where you can be yourself. Recommend for grades k-2.
Uste
This book was a good book for our family while we were moving to another country