The only thing she stands to lose are her shoes.Cinderella is an ordinary teenage girl, with an extraordinary name. But because of that name, she and her cousins, Belle, Aurora, Ariel, and Snow White suffer years of torment from their peers. Then as the girls enter high school and the enticing world of dating, a life-altering decision must be made. Is it finally time to stop fighting, and surrender to the fairy tale clichés that have been holding them back? By embracing their names, the girls discover an inner-strength they never knew existed. And by putting everything they have on the line, maybe, just maybe they will discover there really is such a thing as 'happily ever after'.
©2010 Stacy Lynn Carroll (P)2014 Stacy Lynn Carroll
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3 out of 5 stars
By Kay on 22-11-15

Reader had one voice for all

Reader used the same voice for each character and for every emotion - silly little girl. The mother's sounded like silly little brain dead girls no matter what hardships they experienced. The sisters sounded like silly little brain dead girls, even when sad and rejected. The boys sounded like silly little brain dead girls through the whole book. It made the book sound silly and brain dead, and written by a little girl, for silly little brain dead girls. The idea of the book was cute. The writting left a lot to be desired. A better reader might have salvaged it, but instead, took away the last possible redeemable quality. I gave two stars for performance because the little girl who was the reader successfully pronounced all the words, and read at a seventh grade level. I'm assuming she's still in middle school. Kudos sweetheart.

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5 out of 5 stars
By mjmiles on 14-08-15

Great Premise for a Novel

If you could sum up The Princess Sisters in three words, what would they be?

Fresh New Idea

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Princess Sisters?

Honestly, I loved the prologue. It just completely set the tone for everything that follows.

What does Ashlyn Kindberg bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She is the perfect voice to read this story. Very energetic and engaging!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Not your average princesses

Any additional comments?

I love the little details, like when teachers take attendance at school and the girls are called by last name, first name so that it comes out as "Princess, Snow White." Or how Snow White doesn't eat apples and Ariel is terrified of water. Cute story for young readers.

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