Olivia and the Fairy Princess
Every little girl piglet desires to be a princess, or do they? Olivia is depressed and believes she may be having an identity crisis. She refuses to be like all of her friends who dream of pink ruffly skirts with sparkles and little crowns. “If everyone’s a princess, then princesses aren’t special anymore!” So what will she be? Olivia needs to stand out! She has to be special! She wants to do more than just fit in! Join Olivia on her pink-free quest of self-discovery.
Other Books in the Olivia series by Ian Falconer include:
Olivia Forms a Band
Olivia Goes to Venice
Olivia Helps with Christmas
Olivia Saves the Circus
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