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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Audacious Little Princesses (The Audacious Series) by Janet Breceda Wright, A.E. Wright, and Nataly Michelle Wright is the story of six little girls who lived in the same neighborhood. They lived in a land of tamales, bagels, wontons, collard greens and hamburgers. Although their backgrounds were different from each other, that did not deter them from being friends. Sydney is celebrating her birthday party and she invites all her friends to her thematic Princess Birthday Party. Each one of them decides to become a Disney character. Mia decides to go against them and be Princess Mia. She does not want to choose from the book so Grandpa Rosen nicknames her Audacious Mia for choosing to be different. The party goes off well and the six audacious princesses have a gala time.
The book is a fun and enjoyable read. The bright and colorful illustrations give the story and scenes pace and movement. All the six friends - Sydney, Mia, Audrey Rose, Aimee, Eva and Gabby - are lovable characters and they add charm and life to the story. Parents and grandparents can use this book for bedtime story-telling, and it also makes a good choice for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries.
The message conveyed in the story - that people of all cultures can co-exist happily - is indeed a good one to teach kids. It teaches them tolerance and acceptance, and how to cope if they are living in new surroundings with others who are not from their own country and background. It's a book with an excellent message and worth having in one's personal collection.