The first book, While Princesses Sleep, diaries their adventures which culminate in Book 8. While Princesses Sleep opens with Princess Elle discovering a strange sound in the night. Curious, she determines the reason for these mysterious noises and starts the adventure with her sister, Belle. Something is afoot at the castle and they must find out what this is. However, finding the truth behind the secrets they stumble upon leads them to strange answers? What sort of trouble will the princesses get themselves into?
This children's full-color, illustrated storybook is written from a first person point of view and is similar to a princess diary type book. In the princesses' adventure, they are also introduced to the world of ballet. The spin-off series (coming soon) will deal more with ballerinas and ballet stories.
If your child enjoys stories from authors like Kate DiCamillo, Cynthia Rylant,
Mem Fox, Lily Lexington or Gary Paulson then your child will love this beautiful Princess adventure story.
The series features artwork from the art masters whose works have entered the public domain and are no longer restricted by copyright.
Who is the princess castle series for?
As a homeschool mom, I have always enjoyed reading to the younger kids during read-aloud sessions and what better time than right before bed? For young readers ages 6-8 the series makes an excellent bedtime story. I wrote the series primarily for girls age 7-12. I hope to expose young readers to artwork from master artists of the world. My hope is that the princess series will be a children's illustrated classic someday.