Picture Book Month: Friends

3 Nov

3Although not your typical friendship book or your typical princess story. Princess Hyacinth: the Suprising Tale of a Girl Who Floated is a true story of adventure and friendship. The princess has a terirble problem – she floats and without being weighed down by gold weights, diamond pebbles and the heaviest jewels in the kingdom, she could quite possibly float away. Eventually, sitting in the castle becomes too much for her and through a series of events floats outside. She is offered assistance by a young man named Boy and with the help of his kite she is now able to float any day she wants.  I love that although Boy “rescues” her, Hyacinth is not the type of princess that needs to be rescued, but what she does need is a good friend and that’s what Boy and Hyacinth become – good friends!

Title: Princess Hyacinth: The Surprising Tale of a Girl Who Floated
Author: Florence Parry Heide
Illustrator: Lane Smith
Publisher: Schwartz & Wade
Publication Date: September 22, 2009


PBMBADGE-AMBASSADOR-FBYou’ll be seeing a lot of picture books on my blog throughout the month of November as we celebrate Picture Book Month.  You’ll definitely want to check out the website as picture book authors and illustrators will be posting an essay each day about the importance of picture books!  Check back daily for some great picture books surrounding a specific theme.

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