Author: Carole P. Roman
Published: March 25, 2016
Genre: Children ages 3 on up
Review: paperback provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
Two little girls pepper their father with questions about whether or not they can be a profession and still be a princess. Motivated by her granddaughter's fascination with all things 'princess, ' Carole P. Roman penned this adorable poem celebrating all the wonderful possibilities waiting ahead for them
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I think this book is perfect for little girls. A and I have read it twice before I planned on writing a review. In this story two little girls want to know if they can be different things as well as a princess. Which of course we all know you can be. A really liked the different jobs as we got to see different pictures of the girls dressed up and she would name what they were dressed as. A decided she wants to be a dentist and a painter which I loved that she could see different careers out there.
I love that this story has not only great pictures but has a powerful message within it. You can be anything you want to be you don't have to be one thing in life and you don't have to follow everyone else.
Award winning author Carole P. Roman is a former teacher turned businesswoman. She has successfully run a family business with her husband that employs close to five hundred people. Her most favorite job is being grandmother to her many grandchildren. Roman has two wonderful sons and hit the jackpot in the daughter-in-law department. She currently lives on Long Island with her husband.
Her first book, Captain No Beard - An Imaginary Tale of a Pirate's Life has been named to Kirkus Reviews' Best of 2012 as well garnered the star of remarkable merit. It was named in the Pinnacle Award for Best in Children's Fiction 2012. Captain No Beard has developed in a series of 6 more books. She is the author of the best selling book, I Want To Do Yoga Too. Currently, she is working on her educational series that explores different cultures from a child's point of view. If You Were Me and Lived in...Mexico, received the Pinnacle Award for Best in Children's non-fiction 2012. If You Were Me and Lived in...Kenya received 5 Stars from the ForeWord Clarion Review. She just completed Russia with the help of her five year old grandson and loved every minute of it.