The lost princess

Debbie Dadey

Book - 2013

When Shelly and the rest of her class discover that she is a princess, she is not sure how to act.

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Series
Dadey, Debbie. Mermaid tales ; bk. 5.
Subjects
Genres
Fantasy fiction
Published
New York : Aladdin 2013.
Edition
1st Aladdin hardcover ed
Language
English
Physical Description
102 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm
ISBN
9781442482586
1442482583
Main Author
Debbie Dadey (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Not knowing how to proceed when everyone in her third-grade class learns that she is actually a princess, Shelly struggles with her newfound royal identity and wonders whether she should start wearing a glittery crown in class, move to the grand undersea palace and have her friends begin calling her Princess Shelly. By the co-author of the Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series. Simultaneous.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

In this Mermaid Tales adventure, Shelly's not sure she's ready to be royalty.Not one of the merkids in Shelly Siren's third grade class can believe the shell-shattering news: Shelly is a princess! A real princess! It's been a deep, dark secret in Trident City, but now everyone knows'and Shelly doesn't know how to act. Should she start wearing a glittery crown? Or move to a grand undersea palace? Will her friends have to call her Princess Shelly? She knows it's an exciting turn of events, but Shelly's not sure she can truly fit the royal part. Can she find a way to be a princess and stay herself?

Review by Publisher Summary 3

In this Mermaid Tales adventure, Shelly’s not sure she’s ready to be royalty.Not one of the merkids in Shelly Siren’s third grade class can believe the shell-shattering news: Shelly is a princess! A real princess! It’s been a deep, dark secret in Trident City, but now everyone knows—and Shelly doesn’t know how to act. Should she start wearing a glittery crown? Or move to a grand undersea palace? Will her friends have to call her Princess Shelly? She knows it’s an exciting turn of events, but Shelly’s not sure she can truly fit the royal part. Can she find a way to be a princess and stay herself?