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Eight Princesses and a Magic Mirror

Natasha Farrant, Lydia Corry

Eight Princesses and a Magic Mirror


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Average rating

5 out 5

18 reviews

Here are eight princesses for the Rebel Girls generation: bold, empowered, full of curiosity, adventure and determined to be true to themselves.



I loved the storyline

Doctor Rapunzel Submarine 08.02.2024


It was a fabulous book with eight different stories inside about princesses.

Anonymous 02.09.2023


This book had many vocabulary words and it would take you take you at least 2 weeks to read it. It is an only about eight princesses and a magic mirror explains everything on the tittle. Anyway I would recommend this book to my sister.

Professor Jet Bucket 03.08.2023

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I liked Saiorse the princess because she was different and loved reading. It interested me because they all were kind and you can find out what makes a princess excellent. Also, it interested me because you can see how the princesses reacted in their special way. I would recommend this book to children between 5 to 9.

Anonymous 02.08.2023


These stories are a bit confusing at the end.

Captain Hopscotch Bluebird 11.02.2023


Loved this book

Director Mildred Fascination 27.08.2022


I liked all this different styles of princess and their different gifts

Duchess Tuesday Biscuits 22.08.2022


This book is very fun to read and it's illustrations are eye-catching, colorful, creative and simple. My favorite character in this book is Tica, she is a very kind hearted girl who saved a crocodile from losing it's breath, when it's mouth was tied by a hunter, Tica named the crocodile Choro, and she took really good care of him. This book interested me by the meaningful words and how the characters tell there stories in a different way. I would recommend this book because it is amazing.

Anonymous 17.08.2022


I really like it because I had already read the first book,The Girl Who Talked To Trees which was AMAZING!!! I saw Eight Princesses and a Magic Mirror in the library I was so excited I would recommend it to anyone even if you don’t like princesses.

Judge Diamond Mystery 07.08.2022


the princesses were kind

Princess Beryl Pendragon 06.08.2021


I like this book because it shows that just because you are a princess, it doesn’t mean that you can’t be yourself. Also shows how you can be brilliant just by being you. I would recommend this book to others because it has hints of life lessons sand teaches you to be proud of who you are.

Inspector Geronimo Pendragon 31.07.2021


This book was amazing. It is the princesses doing the rescuing so it is a very girl power book. I would recommend this book for age 8+. The magic mirror is given to one princess by someone and then that princess loses it and another princess is given it. My favourite princess was the ocean princess as she loved to sail on her little boat.

Coach Agnetha Bumblebee 26.07.2021


My favourite character was Princess because she was kind and helpful. I liked that it had eight different short stories inside. I would recommend it for 6-8 year olds who like fantasy stories.

Mademoiselle Lacey Anteater 04.12.2020


My favourite character is Princess in the last chapter because she's determined to save the garden and I admire her determination and confidence. I'd really recommend this book.

Fairy Mildred Anteater 29.09.2020


My favourite princess is Princess Tica, who has the pet crocodile Choro, because she looks after animals. The princesses are brave, loyal, determined, adventurous, and stubborn. It's a great book. I'd definitely recommend it.

Mademoiselle Cupcake Jamboree 29.09.2020


I would recommend this book because I liked the story

Viscountess Hopscotch Rubber-duck 18.08.2020


I liked the characters because some were brave.

Dona Bunny Legend 13.08.2020

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