Pippa isn’t your usual princess. She prefers petrie dishes to perfecting her curtseying. And when she realizes that she doesn’t like peas, she gets a bright idea that consumes her and almost the whole kingdom.
What Kind of Book is The Princess and the Petri Dish
A nice rhyme scheme accompany the story of this scientist princess. The story is fun, but starts out saying how none of Pippa's experiments work (her mouthwash makes your breath turn bad), and then all of the sudden, with the discovery of the chocolate pea, she's the best scientist around. Even with this developmental wrinkle, kids will love the way Pippa thinks and her inventive way to eat her vegetables.
Sue Fliess is the author of numerous children’s books including Tons of Trucks and A Gluten-Free Birthday for Me! Her articles have appeared in Oprah Magazine, HuffintonPost, and more. She’s written for Walt Disney and her books have been used in school and museum programs. Sue lives with her family and a Lab named Charlie in Northern Virginia.
Petros Bouloubasis graduated from the Graphic Design Institute of Athens. His work is published and exhibited in Greece, Spain, Japan, Iran, Australia, France, Korea, Belgium and Turkey. He’s been awarded with several merits and the “State of Illustration Award 2007.” He lives in Greece.
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