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Princesses don’t wear glasses … or do they? Eight-year-old Charlie loves her new glasses, but she doesn’t want to wear them. All the princesses in her storybooks don’t wear glasses, and she wants to be just like them. However, things change when she has a visitor who takes her on a journey to meet one very special princess and her fairy helpers. This heartwarming tale is Princesses don’t wear glasses … or do they? Eight-year-old Charlie loves her new glasses, but she doesn’t want to wear them. All the princesses in her storybooks don’t wear glasses, and she wants to be just like them. However, things change when she has a visitor who takes her on a journey to meet one very special princess and her fairy helpers. This heartwarming tale is suitable for reading aloud to the 5-8 age range, and for independent readers within this range.


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Princesses don’t wear glasses … or do they? Eight-year-old Charlie loves her new glasses, but she doesn’t want to wear them. All the princesses in her storybooks don’t wear glasses, and she wants to be just like them. However, things change when she has a visitor who takes her on a journey to meet one very special princess and her fairy helpers. This heartwarming tale is Princesses don’t wear glasses … or do they? Eight-year-old Charlie loves her new glasses, but she doesn’t want to wear them. All the princesses in her storybooks don’t wear glasses, and she wants to be just like them. However, things change when she has a visitor who takes her on a journey to meet one very special princess and her fairy helpers. This heartwarming tale is suitable for reading aloud to the 5-8 age range, and for independent readers within this range.

4 review for Princesses Don't Wear Glasses

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    Eight years old Charlie-Marie has to wear glasses, but she doesn't want to. She understands she will see better with her glasses, and that her eyes would only get worse if she doesn't use them, but she can't stop thinking nobody at school wears glasses. And even worst, princesses don't wear glasses! Then Charlie-Marie is visited by Jamey, a little fairy from the Land of Beauty, and a fantastic trip begins. Jamey leads Charlie-Marie to the Land of Beauty so she can discover Princesses do wear glas Eight years old Charlie-Marie has to wear glasses, but she doesn't want to. She understands she will see better with her glasses, and that her eyes would only get worse if she doesn't use them, but she can't stop thinking nobody at school wears glasses. And even worst, princesses don't wear glasses! Then Charlie-Marie is visited by Jamey, a little fairy from the Land of Beauty, and a fantastic trip begins. Jamey leads Charlie-Marie to the Land of Beauty so she can discover Princesses do wear glasses. She specially asks Charlie-Marie to wear her glasses during their trip, so she doesn't miss any of all the incredible things out there. At the end of this adventure, Charlie-Marie meets Princess Spectacle, the most beautiful princess, with the most beautiful sparkling dress, wearing the most beautiful pair of glasses. This story won't work for every girl, since it is addressed to girls who are interested in princesses. But if the girl you are thinking in reading this loves princesses and would like to be like one, then she probably would feel bad about having to wear glasses, because it's true, princesses in movies don't wear glasses. I think Charlie-Marie's fantastic adventure would be helpful to ease the experience of starting wearing glasses. I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Ferrante

    Princesses Don’t Wear Glasses is a sweet little story a parent would read to a primary school girl who is hesitant to wear glasses. In the story, the child resists wearing glasses. The book is told from the child's point of view with a bit of narrator input. The viewpoints merged together. It has a relaxed and cozy tone. There are eight or nine beautiful illustrations, unfortunately they should have been full-page as some are difficult to see. This would be an appropriate book to read to a child Princesses Don’t Wear Glasses is a sweet little story a parent would read to a primary school girl who is hesitant to wear glasses. In the story, the child resists wearing glasses. The book is told from the child's point of view with a bit of narrator input. The viewpoints merged together. It has a relaxed and cozy tone. There are eight or nine beautiful illustrations, unfortunately they should have been full-page as some are difficult to see. This would be an appropriate book to read to a child under the age of seven, someone who still believes in magic. A pixie takes the little girl to the Land of Beauty. The focus here is on sparkly diamonds, pearls, and wedding dresses. The little girl is eight years old, which seems mature for this story. She is inspired by Princess Spectacle. The companion book is Superheroes Don’t Wear Glasses. The story is virtually identical but it is focused on a little boy. I rate both books as three and a half stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Boao Zhang

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rita Pierrottie

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