Princess Max

Here’s yet another lovely addition to fabulous kids’ books collection. Princess Max, by Laura Stiller, is the tale of

‘a young boy who dresses up in his parents clothes (his father’s underpants on his head and his mother’s dress!!) and waltzes around the house – a beautiful princess.But his image and confidence is shattered when his favourite ‘cool’ cousin calls him a ‘weirdo’. But his mother brings his smile and laughter back with a little bit of encouragement.PRINCESS MAX was the winner of the 2001 Australian Family Therapists’ Award for Children’s Literature for Picture Books and Younger Readers.’

 

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