The Princess in My Teacup
What little girl would not want a princess to visit her? That’s what kept happening to the little girl in this story. A princess would show up in a mud puddle, the kitchen sink, a bathtub, and even in a cup of tea. But it is what the princess told her that was most important, and the little girl took it to heart. Who was that princess in her teacup? You’ll have to read the book to find out. All in rhyme and accompanied by over 35 delightfully colorful illustrations that dance along with the story. If this sounds like something you would like, scroll up to download your copy. Be sure to take a peek at AN ORDINARY PRINCESS, another delightful book by Sally Huss.

The Princess in My Teacup Details

TitleThe Princess in My Teacup
Author
ReleaseSep 8th, 2014
PublisherHuss Publishing
Rating
GenreChildrens, Fiction

The Princess in My Teacup Review

  • Julie Barrett
    January 1, 1970
    The Princess in My Teacup by Sally HussHave enjoyed other works by this author and this is a great read also.Very colorful rhyming children's book about being useful and helpful to others.Starts out when she was visiting with her cousin. She would see a princess in her teacup. She's also see her in other places. She asked what she could do and the princess said to be useful. She had been doing that by helping others in the family with small things.Next she saw the princess and she told her to ma The Princess in My Teacup by Sally HussHave enjoyed other works by this author and this is a great read also.Very colorful rhyming children's book about being useful and helpful to others.Starts out when she was visiting with her cousin. She would see a princess in her teacup. She's also see her in other places. She asked what she could do and the princess said to be useful. She had been doing that by helping others in the family with small things.Next she saw the princess and she told her to make friends with those who don't have any. She did notice a boy and it was raining out so she offered not only her umbrella but her friendship.Next she was telling the little girl to do more...love how she realizes at the end who the princess really is.Cute story.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    The Princess in my TeacupAdorable illustrations and a clever rhyming tale introduces little girls to kindness and inner beauty. Short and sweet, I believe more children need good examples of putting others first. This little gem teaches early readers that kindness can be found in each one of us. Being a real life princess may require a pedigree, but strength and graciousness can be found in all of our hearts. Besides, doesn't it feel good to bestow kindness on others? It sure makes me feel as be The Princess in my TeacupAdorable illustrations and a clever rhyming tale introduces little girls to kindness and inner beauty. Short and sweet, I believe more children need good examples of putting others first. This little gem teaches early readers that kindness can be found in each one of us. Being a real life princess may require a pedigree, but strength and graciousness can be found in all of our hearts. Besides, doesn't it feel good to bestow kindness on others? It sure makes me feel as beautiful as a princess.*DRC courtesy of author Sally Huss
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  • P.S. Winn
    January 1, 1970
    This is a fun, cute book with a special message of being good and kind to others. The author does a great job with the amazing and delightful illustrations and in giving kids a story that teaches something we all need to be made more aware of. This author has so many great books that will delight children and those who love the kids know they are giving them a special gift with a Sally Huss book.
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  • susan biscoe
    January 1, 1970
    A lovely storyMy 3 yr old daughter loves it and has proudly told me she plans to do all the things the princess asked because it sounds like a nice thing to do . one positive message recieved thank you for this lovely story .
  • Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    Lovely readLovely childrens book that teaches kindness, been helpful, been grateful ...This book is about a little girl that meets a princess in every surface of water and remind her to be useful, grateful, be a friend.Lovely read, my son loved it.
  • Holly Lenz
    January 1, 1970
    A cute story with a good messageThe Princess in My Teacup is a cute picture story with fun illustrations that little girls should enjoy. The book teaches a positive message that will please everyone.
  • Lia Brent
    January 1, 1970
    Another favorite from Sally Huss is The Princess in My Teacup, since my daughter did go through a very long princess phase!
  • Lenora Wilson
    January 1, 1970
    Such a sweet and meaningful storyThis story was such a beautiful little story. My daughters loved it. I imagine I'll be reading it too them for many nights to come.
  • Patty
    January 1, 1970
    Great storyThis is a great story for all little girls that are dreaming about being a princess. It is also good for positive self concept.
  • Kristin
    January 1, 1970
    Cute Nice little story for girls about being nice and helpful. Rhyme struggled in places, but overall it was still good
  • Jill Pro
    January 1, 1970
    Nice book that teaches about the princess within. The princess learns to show kindness and befriends all.
  • Fisher
    January 1, 1970
    i have mixed feelings about this book; the concept is great but the rhymes are forced, not fun.
  • Sharmila Ganguly
    January 1, 1970
    NiceIt was simple and nicely written but also got a bit boring and repetitive in parts but it helped that it had cute illustrations.
  • Yasser Senousy
    January 1, 1970
    Full of Good deeds and Excitement!Learning kids how to be useful and thankful...etc. Showing kindness to others and lots more....Yes my little Princess every one has her Princess living in her heart. :-)
  • Storywraps
    January 1, 1970
    This book is written in rhyme and is the perfect bedtime story. It is spot on for beginner readers and is age appropriate for 2-8. It contains 35 colourful, expressive, illustrations that will warm your heart. The book is a catalyst for conversation and a call to action.What would delight a little girl's heart more than anything in the world? Why I expect a visit from a princess would just do the trick. This little girl finds the image of a princess popping up in the most peculiar places. She my This book is written in rhyme and is the perfect bedtime story. It is spot on for beginner readers and is age appropriate for 2-8. It contains 35 colourful, expressive, illustrations that will warm your heart. The book is a catalyst for conversation and a call to action.What would delight a little girl's heart more than anything in the world? Why I expect a visit from a princess would just do the trick. This little girl finds the image of a princess popping up in the most peculiar places. She mysteriously appears to her in her soup bowl, in a mud puddle, a sink, in her bathtub and even in her teacup. Where did she come from and who is she? Each time the princess has wise advice for the little girl. She talks to her about becoming a better person by extending kindness to others, by being grateful for the things she has and by helping others in very useful ways. Did the little girl listen carefully to the princess's prudent words and take her advice to heart? Where did this princess come from and why does she just magically appear and then disappear? Will the little girl's heart become more tender and loving towards others? This charming book will make your little princess feel special and uplifted. The book is imaginative, has a very positive message and possibility be life changing. At the end of the book is a special Certificate of Merit for those accepting the challenges presented by the princess. It is framable which is a fun add-on feature. I highly recommend this book and lucky for us the author has written a sequel, "The Princess In My Teacup Returns."
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  • Petra
    January 1, 1970
    Literally the third word in this book is 'awhile' where 'a while' would have been correct. Fuck yeah for raising literate leaders of tomorrow! -.-In other annoyances, the commas were all over the place, 'see'/'see' isn't an actual rhyme, and the plot was way too didactic. Way to be a self-congratulatory bitch, kid.
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  • Mrs. L. M. Cafiero
    January 1, 1970
    Great Book For Young One's!Very to the point! Easy to read an comprehend ! Children will love an get the .message as well as adults it gives an important message without hitting you over the head!
  • Michelle's Book
    January 1, 1970
    I was given an ARC in exchange for my honest opinion. This book cover is on my Pinterest board and my blog, Michelle Dragalin’s Journey.
  • Tina
    January 1, 1970
    Rated G.
  • john proctor
    January 1, 1970
    Very good book for childrenMy six year old loved this book. Very easy to understand. It was a colorful book and kept her interested.
  • Jennifer Quinn
    January 1, 1970
    I love that bookIt's a favorite. I read it on my grandma's kindle. I liked the pictures. they are pretty. the story was cute.
  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    Love the art because it is simple, eye grabbing and friendly. The lesson to be learned is how to be kind to others and kindness has great rewards like friendship etc.
  • Kathryn Plaster
    January 1, 1970
    Good lessons for little onesThese are lessons of being selfless and kind which little ones can easily understand and follow. My girls enjoyed it.
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