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  Children’s Books  sterlingpublishing.com/kids  A    princess must know so many things to be able to rule. It takes hard work, dedication, and determination. D iscover the princess within using our patented Princess Boot Camp tactics. This guide will show princesses-in-training how to practice a sense of balance, achieve outer (and inner!) grace, learn a wordless language, and test grammatical skills—all important abilities for any professional princess. Originally published Princesses oubliées ou inconnues © 2004, Hachette Livre/Gautier-Languereau. Illustrations © 2004 by Rébecca Dautremer | Translation © 2010 by Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.  A    P rincess   B o o t   C a  mp   Pin the Crown on the Princess  A   princess is lost without a royal headpiece. Please crown Princess Hot-Head for her royal portrait! Rules: Blindfold the player, spin her around three times, and set her in the direction of the game.  When the player sticks the tiara on the princess, mark the spot with her name. The one who pins the tiara closest to where it belongs, wins.   Children’s Books  sterlingpublishing.com/kids Originally published Princesses oubliées ou inconnues © 2004, Hachette Livre/Gautier-Languereau. Illustrations © 2004 by Rébecca Dautremer | Translation © 2010 by Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.   A Royal Garden Maze P rincesses Flip and Flop have invited Princess Thimbelina and the Princess of the Pea to a tea party at the heart of the maze. But beware! Some garden mazes can be traps. (It is whispered that some who have gone into Princess Molly Coddle’s maze have never come out again.) Help Princess Thimbelina and the Princess of the Pea find the correct path.  start here P r i nc e ss T hi mb e l i na  Pr inc ess  o f   t h e   P ea    P r i nc e s s   F l i p &   F lo p Children’s Books  sterlingpublishing.com/kids Originally published Princesses oubliées ou inconnues © 2004, Hachette Livre/Gautier-Languereau. Illustrations © 2004 by Rébecca Dautremer | Translation © 2010 by Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.

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