Do all princesses live in a castle and spend their lives happy everafter with the prince? Could a princess be a working mom or in a wheel chair? What does it really take to be a princess?
Dolores Brown is a pseudonym for an author born in Miami to an American mother and a Mexican father. Dolores thinks that society speaks too o en of the “perfect” princess, when in reality, few women actually resemble this picture. Instead, Dolores tries to change the concept in order to make other princesses—the truly brave princesses—relevant to the world.
Sonja Wimmer is a renowned international illustrator whose books are bestsellers in Europe. In the United States, she has received the Independent Publisher Book Award and was two times the winner of the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards and two times the winner of the International Latino Book Award.