So, tell me what do you think?

I really need to know.

Little nervous, pausing to wipe sweat from my keyboard.

Okay, I’m ready

Little Princess will soon make her debut!

But before she does, I need your advice!

Here is a copy of her book cover I’m considering.

Please let me know what you think. This is a picture book for preschoolers. Square, 8.25 x 8.25 inches.

Do be candid but also kind.



back cover

Should I do something totally different?

Any suggestions?

 Thank y’all so much for your help!

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32 thoughts on “So, tell me what do you think?

    1. Thanks for the catch Kimberly. I didn’t much like the about section so I’ve changed it. …
      How can she be a princess if her daddy’s not a king? What will she be when she grows up? Off this little Princess goes in search of answers.
      Little girls who love playing dress up will enjoy reading how one little Princess discovers a world of possibilities. Written in simple rhyme with sweet illustrations, this “little princess” lets her imagination soar. But, at the end of the day, she remembers that for now it’s fun to be Daddy’s “little princess.”
      What do you think?


  1. I think it’s perfect. I think she does look like a reluctant princess with the crown sort of tilting off to one side. She seems like the little girl ready to grow up, but not quite ready, which is why her pearls dangle the way they do and she fits in the chair exactly the way she does. She is perfect. I can’t explain it, but it just fits. It does.

    Melissa Sugar @
    Melissa Sugar Writes

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  2. I agree with everyone who loves the colors and little girl and I agree with Annette Rochelle Aben that the little girl doesn’t look reluctant. But you know your book, so if you love it- then I love it!

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  3. I think the cover is adorable! My grand-daughter is 2 1/2 and loves to dress up as a princess. But, then she likes to put on her fireman’s hat, and then on to something else. Your story sounds like it would appeal to lots of the pre-school age children! 🙂

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