Multicultural Book Review & Giveaway -- Princess Nevaeh by Paulette Harper

Disclosure: Paulette Harper sent me a digital copy of this book free of charge. All opinions in my review are my own and I did not receive any other compensation. As in all my reviews I am providing links for your ease, but receive no compensation.

Today I have the pleasure of reviewing Princess Nevaeh by Paulette Harper as part of the Multicultural Kid Blogs Product Promotion Services. This book is about a young girl who wants to be a princess. She wants everyone to call her Princess Nevaeh instead of just Nevaeh. She goes to ask her Mimi what it takes to be a real princess. Her Mimi tells her all the wonderful characteristics a princess has like being kind to everyone, obeying her parents, teachers and other adults, etc. This book is a wonderful reminder to young girls about the proper behavior. Since it is focused on being a princess its reach is really for girls. The book reminds the girls to be things they most likely usually are--kind to friends, good behavior, not to bully, etc. The book ends with Mimi telling Nevaeh she will always love her and Nevaeh will always be a princess to her.

The pictures in this book look like they are computer generated. They have the glitz of princesses with jewels and shine that little girls like. Every other page has a picture that helps illustrate or reenforce the lessons being taught.

Now it is your chance to win a paperback copy of this book! The winner must have a US address and follow my Giveaway Rules. Just follow the Rafflecopter to enter!

a Rafflecopter giveaway