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Princess Princess Ever After
Princess Princess Ever After | Katie O'Neill
When the heroic princess Amira rescues the kind-hearted princess Sadie from her tower prison, neither expects to find a true friend in the bargain. Yet as they adventure across the kingdom, they discover that they bring out the very best in the other person. Theyll need to join forces and use all the know-how, kindness, and bravery they have in order to defeat their greatest foe yet: a jealous sorceress, who wants to get rid of Sadie once and for all. Join Sadie and Amira, two very different princesses with very different strengths, on their journey to figure out what happily ever after really means--and how they can find it with each other.
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Lizpixie
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Well, it was cute, it was adorable, it was quick! It was also a lovely little tale about two princesses who didn‘t want to conform to society‘s views of them. I especially loved the dancing ogre & Prince Butthead. #24B4Monday #readathon

Andrew65 Can‘t beat a lovely quick book. 3mo
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Lizpixie
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I need cheering up, so I‘m going with this very cute graphic novel by the author that wrote The Tea Dragon Society. When it‘s a heroic princess that rescues princess Sadie from her tower prison instead of a prince,neither expects to find a true friend.Traveling together, they need to join forces to defeat a jealous sorceress with a grudge against Sadie. I‘m expecting cute, I‘m expecting adorable, I‘m expecting a great story. #24B4Monday #readathon

CoffeeCatsBooks I love the art and color palette in her work! 3mo
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RiaWritten
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I am screaming this was fantastic

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Lizpixie
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#BookMail Pt11 I loved The Tea Dragon Society by this author/illustrator from New Zealand. The art is so gorgeous & her stories really do justice to them. I really want a tea dragon! This one is a sort of retelling of Rapunzel, except instead of the handsome prince rescuing sad Princess Sadie from her prison tower, it‘s the feisty Princess Amira. This starts their adventure & working together to keep ahead of the witch that wants Sadie dead.

Jeg Loved this book. 7mo
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
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I don't know, I see the adorableness but I also feel like this #comic is underdeveloped and rushed? It feels a bit like it's still the concept for a graphic novel rather than a fleshed out narrative and rounded characters. I did love the colour palette and the illustrations though, as well as the queer representation appropriate for kids as young as 6-7 and the fat girl and the black girl. #QueerBooks

SW-T I read a couple reviews about it and a blurb from the author. Seems like the focus was on “cute”, “sweet”, and “adorable” for kids, with underlying messages about friendship, gender, heroism, and the importance of staying true to oneself. Maybe more developed if target group were older? 🤔🤔 11mo
hissingpotatoes I agree with @SW-T , I do think it was fast and short, but it used the space very intelligently to get across sooooo many important themes. 11mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @SW-T Hmm, I don't think so. I've read plenty of books for elementary school age kids and younger that have better developed narratives. I think the author could have either narrowed the scope of the story and fleshed out a smaller part of the whole or developed the narrative as it is. 11mo
SW-T @CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian Have you thought of contacting her to ask? I‘ve actually contacted authors before if stuff didn‘t make sense to me and they‘ve always been nice enough to answer. 11mo
CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian @SW-T oh, I wouldn't want to bother her 😀 11mo
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
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Couldn't resist taking this all ages comic out when I saw it on the shelf at work tonight. It looks adorable. I've been meaning to read it for a while now! #QueerBooks

SW-T Love the cover! 11mo
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hissingpotatoes
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5/5⭐ Epic perfection. It deals with so much, all accessible to a younger audience w/o being cheesy or fake. It's cute, funny, quirky, serious, heartwarming. It's about healthy found friendships & love, defying expected gender roles to be true to yourself, dealing w/ fat shaming/bullying, following your dreams, nonviolent conflict resolution, different types of bravery, protecting loved ones...I could go on. Just read it. #queerlitread #projectSAMS

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hissingpotatoes
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"Because I am no prince! My name is Princess Amira...And I have a grappling hook."

An epic line to join the ranks of Evelyn's (The Mummy) "I...am a librarian!" and Eowyn's (LOTR) "I am no man!"

#queerlitread #projectSAMS

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SkeletonKey
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Needed something light after finishing my last book so luckily I borrowed this from a friend.

Absolutely adorable twist on the classic prince and princess tropes. And look at these cute illustrations 😆

#queerlit #graphicnovel

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MadCatRamble
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Queer princesses kicking ass and falling in love? Yes. All the yeses everywhere. This was so lovely and charming and wonderful that I don‘t know what to do with myself ❤️

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Fancypants
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Really cute lower middle grade graphic novel.

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DezaraeOsborne
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This book is too cute. I am completely here for queer princesses kicking ass and saving the day ❤

book_princessBritt Just checked out from the sils lib!!!!! 2y
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AmandaFields
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#riotgrams day 5: royalty

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Listener15
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Trade number three! I am excited to read this again. I read it back when it was a web comic and I loved it. I was thrilled to see that she got published. #24in48

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ericarobynreads
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Princess Princess Ever After by Katie O'Neill is an adorable and refreshing take on the typical princess-in-a-tower-needing-rescue storyline. It's a very quick read, but I can't recommend it highly enough!

My full review here: http://www.ericarobynreads.com/2017/12/graphic-novel-review-princess-princess.ht...

#graphicnovel #princesses

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Bookzombie
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#allthebooksof2017 Day 2

At 56 pages, this one was the shortest book I have read this year. #shortestbookyouread

Krisjericho Loved this one! 2y
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CoffeeCatsBooks
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Cute, short middle grade graphic novel where the princesses save themselves. Loved the color palette 🎨 in it. Tea Dragon Society is still my favorite by Katie O‘Neill though.

Miss Annabel was my purring reading buddy for this one. #CatsofLitsy

rubyslippersreads Don't you mean Princess Annabel? 😻 2y
CoffeeCatsBooks @rubyslippersreads Lol, she certainly agrees with you! 2y
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Jeg
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Headlines in our weekend paper. A bit of a damming article. Right at the time when here we are having a "vote"!!!! on same sex marriage. I'm thinking this paper very right wing. Anyway decided I best read the said comic. My partner is a comic collector and sure enough she had it. About to find a sunny spot to sit and read it. See what all the fuss!!! Is about. @MrsMalaprop

MrsMalaprop In the West or Sunday Times? Would like to hear what you think once you've read it. 2y
Jeg @MrsMalaprop It was the West. The book is a great story. Would love for it to be in our library at school. I read the reviews on here and all good too. From the pics looked like a lot were library books too. Kids of any age could read it. Wonderful. Silly annoying head line in the West. The article wasn't too bad but bet most people would not have bothered reading it. 2y
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AlizaApp
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The princesses save themselves in this one. Cute graphic novel.

Weave I was the little girl that didn't see the point in a prince saving you, you want something done, do it yourself😂 x 2y
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Nitpickyabouttrains
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Super cute graphic novel. It read quick and was fun. Good representation in younger Aimed fiction.

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NAM99
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This was suggested to me by my comic book shop because my love of Princelss. It was a cute story of more self-rescuing princesses who fall in love (with each other).

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khooliha
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It's very short but also? Very cute.

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khooliha
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A very relatable ogre.

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khooliha
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Time for some comics in bed.

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rachelsbrittain
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Just stumbled across the web comic version of this super cute middle grade fairy tale graphic novel (which you can find here: http://strangelykatie.com/princessprincess/nggallery/image/image/) . A princess rescues a princess from a tower and they travel across the land figuring out what it means to be brave and to be princesses. Very short & very sweet. It's a cute story & great (much needed) rep for younger readers.

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gibblr
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This was super cute. Beating all stereotypes of girls and boys and heroes and princesses!!! Didn't see the need for all the fat comments, but otherwise it was fabulous.

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emtobiasz
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Super cute, super short middle-grade graphic novel. A romance between two princesses. I would have liked a bit more length/depth/plot/everything, personally, but this will still fly off my library shelves ❤️

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sydneyerin
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This was so good. It is very sweet and so cute! Reading it made me happy.
#princess #comic #lgbtq #cute

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Krisjericho
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A fairy tale graphic novel that challenges gender roles, body image issues, flawed families, and introduces children to a happy, functional lesbian couple. I wish it was longer, or a series. Happily passed this one on to my graphic novel loving 10-year old daughter.

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abbylibrarian
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Howie and I are cheating and starting #middlegrademay a little early with this LGBT fairy tale graphic novel. Charming, funny, and hits a lot of diversity buttons, though the story is a little bit choppy and I wish there were more!

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xicanti
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I adored PRINCESS, PRINCESS in its original webcomic form, and I'm beyond glad it's now available in print so I can rec it to EVEN MORE PEOPLE! It's an adorable, all-ages comic about princesses who rescue themselves and each other, go on adventures with a cute little dragon and a unicorn who'll do anything for a cookie, and eventually fall in love. I grinned my way through it.

Bibliogeekery #queerbooks can't wait to read this one! 3y
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eekabook
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This was a super cute book that addressed a lot of important subjects in a very very short page count. I wish it was just slightly longer- as it's a very topical book and I felt like it could have benefited from a little more depth.

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eekabook
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A+ reasons for being a good protector. Would recommend. 😁

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eekabook
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Soooo glad I stashed some of my tbr pile at my desk. Forgot until I got to work that I'm meeting people for a movie tonight. #lunchreads #whenyouliveinthemiddleofnowheresoyoudonthaveenoughtimetogohome

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heidisreads
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Bookzombie
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This was cute and sweet. It felt a little choppy but it's still a pick for me.

Soubhiville How cute! 3y
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SqueakGirl
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A very sweet graphic novel about two princesses who fall in love. Amira wants to be a hero and Sadie has to learn to be a good Queen. It's a shame this seems to be the only volume. I would have liked the story to allow Amira some more character development that isn't seen in flashbacks or summaries. I love Amira's character design. I have a soft spot for girls who dress as princes. Blame it on my love of Revolutionary Girl Utena.

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AmandaFields
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#riotgrams #comics - These panels sold me on the rest of the story ? "Because I am no prince....And I have a grappling hook" might be my favorite lines ever

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ness
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I love everything about this book. Princesses rescuing each other. It subverts the usual tropes, and it's just perfect.

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reader44ever
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This graphic novel was just an okay read for me. The story was sort of disjointed and the artwork left a bit to be desired.

I gave it two stars and, if you are interested, you can find my review here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1899867970

#dogsoflitsy #ReadingWithDogs

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Monique
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Princess Princess Ever After has a lot of positive things going for it. It challenges gender norms in a way reminiscent of Tezuka's Princess Knight. It boldly constructs a very cute romance between the two female protagonists. Unfortunately, it has issues that made it a less than awesome experience. O'Neill seems to have a difficult time creating a story plot, so the narrative is rambling and shallow.

#BookRiot #ReadHarder2017 #allagescomic

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ThatLibrarianLady
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That was precious.

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missevievelyn
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Wonderful!! This was so cute! And just what I needed right now! 😊❤❤❤❤❤

BookishMarginalia I loved it! 3y
Blaire This looks adorable! 3y
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missevievelyn
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#bookhaul from the library! 😊I think out of all these, I'm probably most excited for Princess Princess Ever After! I love Nina LaCour though and You Know Me Well is her only currently published book I haven't read. And I picked up Homegoing and Everything I Never Told You for my goal this year to read more non-fantasy adult fiction! They seem popular--did I make good choices?

MallenNC This looks like a great stack. I have We Are the Ants and Homegoing on my TBR also 3y
LiteraryinLititz You Know Me Well! I read it last week and absolutely loved it! 3y
MicheleinPhilly Everything I Never Told You! 😭 3y
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B.Reader Way good stack! Reading Homegoing now...very slowly!! 3y
Jessisreading Loved You Know Me Well! 3y
Megabooks Really loved You Know Me Well 3y
missevievelyn @Jessisreading @Ebooksandcooks @LiteraryinLititz awesome, so much praise for You Know Me Well!! I'm planning to read that one first 😁 (edited) 3y
Smangela I loved Everything I Never Told You ❤ 3y
Cortg Everything I Never Told You was not a favorite of mine but Homegoing was an all time favorite! 3y
Cortg Princess Princess Ever After was super good! 3y
jackeyoh Let us know how Homegoing is! I really want to read it! 3y
irre Homegoing was my favorite for 2016. I love it!!! 3y
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LeanneAslin
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My 2017 reading challenge is off to a good start! I read this today, it's good fun, short and challenges the princess stereotype nicely 👑

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AmandaFields
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Merry Christmas, Littens! 🎄 Hope you're all having lovely bookish days with your loved ones. I'm spending the afternoon at my grandma's, but this evening is reserved for a nice BB-8 cup of hot chocolate 😁

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LindsayReads
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This was a quick, cute lunchtime read. Not very complex, but fantastic to bring lesbian visibility to the standard princess glut out there. Please note the adorbs #endpapers. #queercomics #middlegrade

saresmoore I think the endpapers were actually my favorite part of this. 3y
LindsayReads @saresmoore I might agree with you there! 3y
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LindsayReads
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AAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!! I must resist the urge to read before added. I must resist the urge to read before added.

I MUST RESIST THE URGE TO READ BEFORE ADDED.

#librarylife

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onesmartcupcake
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Eeeeeeeee! It's so adorable! 😍

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onesmartcupcake
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Reading this delightful comic with my late lunch before doing some book gift shopping.