Princess Nina

Princess Nina

Marlise Achterberg Iris Compiet / Sep 15, 2019

Princess Nina Princess Nina is an extraordinary princess She is smart curious sweet and also a bit wild One day the king and queen decide they have to go looking for a suitable prince for princess Nina They invit

  • Title: Princess Nina
  • Author: Marlise Achterberg Iris Compiet
  • ISBN: 9781605372228
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princess Nina is an extraordinary princess She is smart, curious, sweet and also a bit wild One day the king and queen decide they have to go looking for a suitable prince for princess Nina They invite princes from all over the world a prince from China, one from France, from Mexico But not even the prince on the white horse can steel princess Nina s heart away ThePrincess Nina is an extraordinary princess She is smart, curious, sweet and also a bit wild One day the king and queen decide they have to go looking for a suitable prince for princess Nina They invite princes from all over the world a prince from China, one from France, from Mexico But not even the prince on the white horse can steel princess Nina s heart away The king and queen are at the end of their wits But then princess Melowo comes to visit, and suddenly princess Nina is very shyA funny and modern fairytale about two stubborn princesses who are madly in love Winner of the Diversity Award, a competition for children s stories of inclusive works and partners.

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    216 Comments

    1. Gorgeously illustrated, delightful story, fantastic twist on the old "gotta marry the princess off to a prince" trope. Incredibly relevant and nicely done. I'm glad to have this on my kids' bookshelf!


    2. This story is about a princess named Nina whose parents, the King and Queen, decide that it’s time for her to find a prince. So they try to set her up with princes around the world, but what they come to find is not what they had expected. The overall storytelling of the book is interesting and the plot is rich and repeatedly like most children’s books. The illustrations are beautiful and the fluid language definitely enhances the plot and storyline. A lot of the characters are culturally di [...]


    3. So misleading! How can this be an innocent princess story? homosexuality is now fed to our kids through these sorts of things!!


    4. GLBT Book Month Challenge, book 7/10The fact that these girls act and look about twelve years old made me a little less than happy about the "Let's marry you off!" premise (I much prefer Interstellar Cinderella's "I'm much too young for marriage, but I'll be your chief mechanic" response to her marriage proposal), but this was otherwise a really sweet story about a princess who discovers she'd rather marry another princess than a prince.


    5. What kind of sick human you are, encouraging girls to be perverts and mentally ill, the author is an idiot and who has no sense of mind, eww, disgusting


    6. Because of my work on the Stonewall Book Award Committee, I cannot publicize my opinions regarding any book with LGBT themes. I may update these reviews after the announcement of the 2016 Stonewall Book Awards.



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