PRINCESSES, KINGS & QUEENS BOOKS

Children's topic books about Fantasy Worlds, Princesses, Kings and Queens for Early Years & KS1 

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The Princess and the Wizard 

by Julia Donaldson

The princess may try seven times to escape, by changing her colour and changing her shape. But each time Princess Eliza changes - the wicked wizard finds her. Will this plucky princess be able to outwit him and escape in time to cut her birthday cake? 

Shhh! Don't Wake the Royal Baby by Martha Mumford

Just when the little one seems to be settling, another disturbance is just around the corner. From yip-yapping corgis to marching guards and noisy party planning, the palace is awash with noise. Will it ever be peaceful enough to lull the baby off to sleep? 

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7

The Princess and the Giant 

by Carly Hart

Princess Sophie is EXHAUSTED and it's all because that grumpy old giant can't sleep - his stomps keep everyone awake. But Princess Sophie is a resourceful girl and, as she reads her favourite book of fairy tales, she wonders if she might just have the answer...

The Cook and the King

by Julia Donaldson

The king has tried all the cooks in the kingdom, but no one is good enough. Then he spots Wobbly Bob. But how will Bob be able to cook for the king when he's scared of...well, everything?! 

Discover how the king helps Bob face his fears on a adventure across land and sea.

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7

Mr Wolf and the Enormous Turnip 

by Jan Fearnley

Mr Wolf is back, and he has one thing on his mind - a great big enormous turnip! But Mr Wolf needs some help. The turnip is stuck fast. Can the little frog with the sad tale and a sparky princess help him?

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7

The Worst Princess 

by Anna Kemp

After waiting what feels like a lifetime, Princess Sue's prince finally arrives, but he's not quite what she had in mind. Find out how the feisty princess escapes the clutches of her twit of a prince in this funny, feminist twist on the traditional princess tale. 

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
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Princess Daisy and the Dragon and the Nincompoop Knights

by Steven Lenton

When a truly terrifying sound wakes the inhabitants of a fairytale kingdom, clever Princess Daisy soon figures out the problem but her father the King just won't listen. After all, what can a princess do?... 

Princess Smartypants

by Babette Cole

Princess Smartypants does not want to get married. But being a rich and pretty princess means that all the princes want her to be their Mrs. Find out how Princess Smartypants fights to preserve her independence in this hilarious fairy-tale-with-a-difference.

You Can't Scare a Princess 

by Gillian Rogerson

Princess Spaghetti and her royal father King Cupcake are playing in the palace garden when a pirate ship arrives...and the scurvy crew want to take their treasure! Can feisty Princess Spaghetti save the day? 

The Paperbag Princess

by Robert Munsch

After her castle and clothes are destroyed by the dragon, Princess Elizabeth, dressed only in a paper bag, sets out to rescue Prince Ronald, who was taken captive. Princess Elizabeth turns the princess stereotype on its head, empowering young girls to be true to themselves.

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7

The Queen's Knickers 

by Nicholas Allan

It's a busy year for the Queen - she has lots of important events to attend. Meanwhile, a little girl is wondering what knickers Her Majesty will choose to wear on a school visit! Both children and adults will love this very special and endearing insight into a child's imagination.

Prince Cinders 

by Babette Cole

Cinders leads a hard life. Bullied by his three hairy brothers, he spends all his time cleaning and tidying up after them. One night Cinders' luck changes as a small, dirty fairy falls down the chimney and promises that his wishes shall come true.

The Pea and the Princess

by Mini Grey

We all know the story of the Princess and the Pea. But has anyone stopped to think about how all this might have felt for the pea in question? No. So here, for the first time, straight from the pea, is the truth about this much-loved, oft-repeated fairytale.

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7

This is NOT a Fairytale

by Will Mabbitt ​ 

Sophie doesn't want a fairy tale about soppy princesses and pompous princes, she wants the princess to do the rescuing! Together Sophie and her dad revolutionise story time for a second time in this clever, funny and heart-ravingly exciting picture book.

The Queen's Hat 

by Steve Antony

A sudden gust of wind sets off a marvellous London adventure for the Queen and one very special hat. So let's follow one determined, daredevil queen through the zoo, over Tower Bridge and up Big Ben... just where will that hat land?

Zog 

by Julia Donaldson

Zog is the keenest dragon in school. He's also the most accident-prone. Luckily, a mysterious little girl always comes by and patches up his bumps and bruises. But will she be able to help him with his toughest test: capturing a princess?

Kings and Queens 

by Tony Robinson

Who became king when he was only nine months old? Which king invented the handkerchief? Which king died on the toilet? In this fascinating and witty look at kings and queens of England, Tony Robinson provides all the answers to these questions and many more.

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7

Pop-Up Kings & Queens

by Rachael Saunders 

Perfect for your little historians. Why did Elizabeth I refuse to get married? Why did Charles I wear two shirts to his execution? Find out all about the most famous British kings and queens in this fun-packed pop-up book, full of flaps and fascinating facts.

Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
Topic book about Princesses, Kings and Queens for children in Early Years and KS1: Ages 3-7
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