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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Princess Julia and Princess Jenna lived in the Land of Enchanted Forests and apart from being sisters, they were also the best of friends. The two princesses loved playing outside and they would run back to the castle to have dinner with their mommy and daddy after a long day's play. One day while playing in the forest, the princesses saw a white fluffball and they had never seen a creature like that before. The princesses carried her back with them to the castle. The queen told them that it was a puppy and it could stay with them in the castle. They decided to name her Rosie since they found her in the rose bushes and she was wearing a pink collar. As the days passed by, Rosie became comfortable with the family and even ate with them. The princesses loved Rosie so much that they wanted her to officially become part of their family. What do they do to make Rosie part of their family?
The Princess Puppy by Kristin Sponaugle is an adorable story that is enchanting and will take young readers on a magical trip along with the two princesses and their puppy. Nidhom's illustrations are as whimsical as the story and give the plot a good pace and movement. The characters are well portrayed and it is a book for all those who love pets. Tutors and parents can use this book for storytelling and read-aloud sessions in classrooms, school libraries, and homes to teach children the joys of keeping a puppy as a pet at home.