Little Princess Big Bookshelf Collection 20 Children's Books Set By Tony Ross
Little Princess Big Bookshelf Collection 20 Children's Books Set By Tony Ross
Little Princess Big Bookshelf Collection 20 Children's Books Set By Tony Ross

Little Princess Big Bookshelf Collection 20 Children's Books Set By Tony Ross

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Titles in this Set:

I Want a Shop!
I Want My New Shoes!
I Don't Want a Cold!
Can I Keep It?
I Don't Want To Comb My Hair!
I Want To Be a Pirate!
I Want My Tent!
I Want To Be Tall!
I Want a Trumpet!
I Want My Sledge!
I Want My Potty ! 
I Don't Want To Wash My Hands ! 
I Want To Do It Myself !
I Want My Tooth ! 
I Don't Want To Go To Bed !
I Want My Dinner !
I Want My Dummy ! 
I Want MY Mum !
I Want My Dad !
I want Snow !


I Want a Shop
When the Little Princess decides to open her own shop, it's a roaring success! The King and his courtiers are soon queuing up to buy the ingenious objects on her stall. But when the happy customers meet later and compare goods, the Little Princess has some explaining to do...

I Want My New Shoes
The Little Princess is determined not to put anything on her feet, until the Maid shows her a special box. The gleaming red shoes inside are too wonderful for words. Now the Little Princess is so proud of her new party pumps, she refuses to take them off

I Don't Want a Cold
It's the day of the royal picnic! The Little Princess has been looking forward to it for ages. When she wakes up that morning with a nasty, snuffly cold, she is determined not to let it spoil her fun - even if it means bending the rules a little

Can I Keep It?
The Little Princess thinks her tiny tadpole is the best thing ever. She keeps him in a bowl next to her bed, topped up with pond water and fresh weed. Everyone tells her that tadpoles aren't really pets, but the Little Princess doesn't care-until she wakes up to a big surprise

I Don't Want To Comb My Hair
The Little Princess hates having her hair combed. There are always tangles and it always hurts! When the King agrees to put her in charge of combing, she makes sure that everyone in the castle has beautifully combed hair, but she leaves her own until last...with disastrous consequences.

I Want To Be a Pirate
The Little Princess has decided she wants to be a pirate, and nobody in the kingdom is safe. After all, pirates are naughty, and the Little Princess is determined to be a proper pirate. But that means she will have to eat real pirate food and do real pirate jobs as well, and the Little Princess isn't so keen on that...

I Want My Tent
The Little Princess wants to play camping, but she can't even get started. Every time she builds a tent, a grown-up steps in to spoil her fun. Again and again, the Little Princess and her toys are forced to search for a new hideout. There must be a special tent somewhere in the kingdom that's truly fit for a princess...

I Want to be Tall
The Little Princess needs to rescue her space hopper from the apple tree, but she is just not tall enough! The only solution is to grow, so she sets about doing all the things that should make her bigger. Unfortunately nothing seems to help. But then a very simple solution presents itself..

I Want a Trumpet
When a new music box arrives at the castle and captures everyone's attention, the Little Princess decides to learn to play an instrument too. She makes herself a funnel trumpet and is soon practicing all over the castle. Unfortunately not everyone seems to appreciate her music as much as she does.

I Want My Sledge
It's a beautiful winter's day at the castle and the Little Princess has found her old sledge to play on. She's having a great time until the Chef whizzes past on his brand new shiny sledge. She wants one of those! When the King finally gives in and let's her have one, the Princess thinks her dreams have come true

I Want My Potty 
The Little Princess is fed up with nappies: there must be something better for her royal bottom. So she soon learns to love the potty- even if it isn't always there when she needs it!

I Don't Want To Wash My Hands 
The Little Princess loves getting her hands dirty. The trouble is, she hates washing them. Until she learns all about the nasties, the dirties and all the other horrible things that lurk and make you ill 

I Want To Do It Myself 
The Little Princess is going camping. Everyone offers to help her, but she won't hear of it. "I want to do it by myself!" she insists. And so, she sets off all by herself to find a beautiful place to camp. When she arrives, she realizes there are a few things she has forgotten. Perhaps she could have done with a little help, after all. But fortunately for the Little Princess, the forgotten items mysteriously appear when her back is turned, as if by magic...

 I Want My Tooth 
The Little Princess has a royal set of sparkling white teeth - she brushes them religiously and she eats the right food. So when one of them falls out, the hunt is on to find it. The Little Princess wants her tooth back, and she wants it NOW!

I Don't Want To Go To Bed 
The incorrigible toddler is now asking the infamous question: 'Why do I have to go to bed when I'm not tired?', and she uses every stratagem she can think of to avoid her fate: monsters in the cupboard, hairy spiders, thirst, even outright escape! But when she finally does go to sleep, her bed is empty. Wherever has she gone now?

I Want My Dinner 
The Little Princess wants her dinner! And her teddy, and her potty... Several tantrums later, she learns that good manners go a long way. But not everyone else is so polite - Beastie must also master 'please' and 'thank you' if the Little Princess is to give him his dinner back.

I Want My Dummy 
The royal dummy keeps mysteriously disappearing, and the Little Princess is not amused! . Wherever the King and Queen hide it, she always finds it… Can anyone convince her to give it up?

I Want My Mum 
All day there had been disasters - the water pot went all over the latest painting; the Little Princess fell off the seesaw and banged her knee; and worst of all, there was a monster under the bed that night. The castle had been ringing with the constant shout of 'I Want My Mum!'. And Mum always knew exactly the right thing to sort out the problem. But the next day, the incorrigible Little Princess is taken to play with the Little Duchess - and will she miss her mum? Not if she's having a lot of fun! But as for the poor Queen, she does miss her little girl! This title will be perfect for Mother's Day.

I Want My Dad 
The Little Princess is jealous – all her friends' dads can do amazing things. The Cook bakes delicious cakes: the King burns buns. The Gardener takes his daughter on adventure-walks through the forest: the King gets lost on his way to bed. When the Maid volunteers to do these things with the Little Princess, it looks like her problems are over. But what if she has more in common with her dad than she realises?

I Want Snow 
When the Queen goes on a trip and sends back a photo of her feeding some penguins, Little Princess decides she wants snow too. The whole palace tries all kind of things - from sandmen instead of snowmen to mud balls instead of snowballs. But this little royal won't be satisfied until she gets what she wants... and sometimes not even then!

 

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