Picture Books

The Malachite Palace by Alma AdaThe Malachite Palace
Ada, Alma
ISBN: 068931972X
Call Number: JE A
A tiny yellow bird helps a lonely princess learn the truth about songs, freedom, and the children who are playing beyond the palace gates.
The Princess and the Pizza by Mary AuchThe Princess and the Pizza
Auch, Mary
ISBN: 0823416836
Call Number: JE A
An out-of-work princess applies to become the bride of Prince Drupert, but first she must pass several tests, including a cooking contest.
Kitty Princess and the Newspaper Dress by Emma CarlowKitty Princess and the Newspaper Dress
Carlow, Emma
ISBN: 0763620777
Call Number: JE C
Kitty Princess likes to think she's cute, but she's in fact the rudest kitty in town. When her long-suffering Fairy Godmouse refuses to help Kitty find the perfect dress for the ball, Kitty is on her own.
The Princess Knight by Cornelia FunkeThe Princess Knight
Funke, Cornelia
ISBN: 0439536308
Call Number: JE F
Violetta is a small and spirited young princess who wants to be a knight so she dresses like a boy and practices for the big day to prove herself.
The Witch Who Wanted to Be a Princess by Lois GramblingThe Witch Who Wanted to Be a Princess
Grambling, Lois
ISBN: 1580890628
Call Number: JE G
What's a witch to do when she wants to be a princess, but is forbidden by the grand wizard? With confidence and a little magic, the spunky heroine finds a way to make her dream come true.
The Paper Princess by Elisa KlevenThe Paper Princess
Kleven, Elisa
ISBN: 0525452311
Call Number: JE K
A little girl makes a picture of a princess that comes to life and is carried off by the wind.
The Paper Princess Finds Her Way by Elisa KlevenThe Paper Princess Finds Her Way
Kleven, Elisa
ISBN: 0525469117
Call Number: JE K
In this sequel to "The Paper Princess," the little girl who made the paper princess grows up and leaves the princess under a paperweight. Longing to grow and change, the princess makes her way to a summery land.
Princess Penelope's Parrot by Helen LesterPrincess Penelope's Parrot
Lester, Helen
ISBN: 0395783208
Call Number: JE L
An arrogant and greedy princess's chances with a handsome prince are ruined when her parrot repeats to him all the rude comments the princess has made.
Night of the Goat Children by J. LewisNight of the Goat Children
Lewis, J.
ISBN: 0803718705
Call Number: JE L
Birgitta, the brave princess, asks five children to disguise themselves as immortal goats and outsmart a dangerous band of outlaws threatening to take over the land.
Princesses are not Quitters! by Kate LumPrincesses are not Quitters!
Lum, Kate
ISBN: 158234762X
Call Number: JE L
Three bored princesses decide to become servants for a day and learn what hard work is all about.
The Storytelling Princess by Rafe MartinThe Storytelling Princess
Martin, Rafe
ISBN: 0399229248
Call Number: JE M
Having survived a shipwreck, a princess tries to tell a prince a story whose ending he does not know and thus qualify for his hand in marriage.
Princess Fishtail by Frances MintersPrincess Fishtail
Minters, Frances
ISBN: 0670035297
Call Number: JE M
After rescuing a handsome surfer, the Mer-King's daughter decides to trade her tail to a frightening troll in exchange for legs, but after a month on land she seeks a way to visit her home.
The Paper Bag Princess by Robert MunschThe Paper Bag Princess
Munsch, Robert
ISBN: 0920236820
Call Number: JE M
The Princess Elizabeth is slated to marry Prince Ronald when a dragon attacks the castle and kidnaps Ronald. In resourceful and humorous fashion, Elizabeth finds the dragon, outsmarts him, and rescues Ronald... who is less than pleased at her un-princess-like appearance.
Princess Picky by Marjorie PricemanPrincess Picky
Priceman, Marjorie
ISBN: 076131525X
Call Number: JE P
When Nicki refuses to eat her vegetables, she goes from being called Princess Perfect to Princess Picky, and the worried king orders his staff to create bribes fit for a finicky royal eater.
Tumble Tower by Anne TylerTumble Tower
Tyler, Anne
ISBN: 0531054977
Call Number: JE T
A very messy princess in a very tidy royal family has the opportunity to prove that there are advantages to not being neat.