Monday, September 2, 2013

Princess Ruby's Ballet Class Ebook Review

Princess Ruby: The Make Up Ballet Class 
By Deborah Bradley

In Princess Ruby's Make-Up Ballet Class, Princess Ruby tackles a new and seemingly scary situation and learns what it really means to be brave in everyday life.

- A great way to help children gain a healthy perspective on things that are new and uncomfortable.
- Newly added Glossary Of Dance Terms used by this princess ballerina.
- Inspired and happy ending that leaves your little princess (or prince) in a great place for sleep!

 Princess Ruby's Make Up Ballet Class is about a princess that is encouraged by her mother, Queen Jacaranda to take a ballet class. Princess Ruby has a very strong fear of facing this new class, but decides to try. Princess Ruby actually ends up loving the class, and is so proud of herself for facing her fears and seeing it through. 

Princess Ruby's Make Up Ballet Class is very beautifully illustrated with a wonderful story and a lesson that every parent should teach their children, not just our princesses but our princes as well. We need to encourage and support our children to be strong and face their fears. We need to actively be apart of our children's lives and tentatively listen to them. We as parents must show interest not only in their lives but in the activities that they enjoy. 

Myself and my princess enjoyed this Princess Ruby book so much. My daughter is all about princesses and this book is a must have for the princess in your life. 

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