Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - A Real Prince Is Hard to Find

Friday, July 26, 2013

Book Review - A Real Prince Is Hard to Find

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A Real Prince Is Hard to Find

About the Book
The perfect fairy tale deserves the perfect picture book. The world has royal fever--we just can’t get enough of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Millions of people around the globe tuned in to watch their wedding in spring 2011, and the recent announcement of a baby on the way sent the media into a frenzy of speculation. Now, readers can go back in time to see their story from the beginning – a story about a little boy named William who would grow up to be king, and a little girl named Catherine who dreamed of meeting a prince one day…

In A Real Prince Is Hard to Find follow Will and Kate through their childhood days, their grand wedding, their international travels… and (of course) the arrival of their royal baby. Based on a popular app from Ink Robin, with illustrations by Adam Larkum that bring both the English country-side and the streets of London to life, this delightful picture book will make readers young and old alike fall in love with everyone’s favorite royal couple all over again.

My Take on the Book
This was a cute story that pulled together the life story of both William and Kate. While it is short, it covers many of the high points of their relationship as well as their upbringing, to now being parents. The story was written with young readers in mind and is beautifully illustrated, which draws the reader in even further. This was a nice story for anyone who has been following or is interested in the royal family in England.

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