9781605372228

Princess Nina

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  • ISBN13:

    9781605372228

  • ISBN10:

    1605372226

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 4/21/2015
  • Publisher: Clavis

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Summary

Princess Nina is an extraordinary princess. She is smart, curious, sweet and also a bit wild. One day the king and queen decide they have to go looking for a suitable prince for princess Nina. They invite princes from all over the world: a prince from China, one from France, from Mexico … But not even the prince on the white horse can steel princess Nina’s heart away! The king and queen are at the end of their wits. But then princess Melowo comes to visit, and suddenly princess Nina is very shy …

A funny and modern fairytale about two stubborn princesses who are madly in love. Winner of the Diversity Award, a competition for children’s stories of inclusive works and partners.

Author Biography

Iris Compiet is a visual artist who teamed up with Marlise Achterbergh, a Cultural Anthropology graduate with a passion for gender studies and multiculturalism, to write Princess Nina.

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