Molly the farm girl has always dreamed of being a princess, wearing gorgeous clothes and having a Princely husband. So when the Royal Palace holds a competition to find A PERFECT PRINCESS, Molly enters it. Molly looks the part with her knee-length hair and fine new clothes but can she pass the princess tests? The pea in the mattress, the awful mother-in-law, the dangerous spinning wheel! Using her common sense she finds herself through to the final six princesses and gets her chance to dance with Prince Percy Percival. But is Prince Percival really the man of her dreams? Or is it blue-eyed Stan the blacksmith she's left behind at the farm?
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Rebecca Lisle was born in Yorkshire. She went to Newcastle University, and then trained as a teacher. After having lived in such exciting places as New York and Switzerland, she now lives in Bristol with her husband, two sons, and two cats.More about Rebecca Lisle
STELLA MAIDMENT has written story books, puzzle books, activity books and retellings of classics. Her work includes a major updating of Enid Blyton's Noddy stories, and, with a co-author, the creation of a best-selling course for teaching English as a foreign language to primary school children. JOELLE DREIDEMY has drawn and painted for as long as she canMore about Joelle Dreidemy