Princess Princess Ever After

Princess Princess Ever After

Graphic Novel - 2016
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When the heroic princess Amira rescues the kind-hearted princess Sadie from her tower prison, neither expects to find a true friend in the bargain. Yet as they adventure across the kingdom, they discover that they bring out the very best in the other person. They'll need to join forces and use all the know-how, kindness, and bravery they have in order to defeat their greatest foe yet: a jealous sorceress with a dire grudge against Sadie. Join Sadie and Amira, two very different princesses with very different strengths, on their journey to figure out what happily ever after really means and how they can find it with each other.
Publisher: Portland, Oregon : Oni Press, Inc., 2016
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781620103401
Branch Call Number: J-GN ONEILL
Characteristics: 53 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Yarwood, Ari
Chao, Fred


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Oct 17, 2019

A very sweet book that leaves you with warm fuzzies at the end :)

LPL_VanessaR May 17, 2019

A winsome and magical fairytale retold with a new twist, it will have you gushing all the way through and perhaps warm your heart to the umteenth degree. All the cuteness aside, its greatest lesson is on learning to love yourself and others you love without hesitation. You never know when your princess might come riding through so that you both can save each other.

Oct 16, 2018

Cuteness! Dragons and unicorns! Heroes with great hair! Girls falling in love! A fantasy story with diverse characters! First published online, this is a sweet little hardcover short graphic novel about two brave princesses who work together against evil and jealousy. Totally satisfying.

Oct 08, 2018

Cute fun read, easy to finish, the art work is beautiful (though perhaps the coloring needs some adjustments, one character was hard to discern from the dark background and another switched clothing color twice in one page, perhaps the printing messed it up who knows). I liked that the villain turned out to be her sister rather than an evil queen/step mom, I liked that sadie had real fears and was able to confront and rise above them, I liked that they showed that they didn't need to fit a mold in anyway. They learned to grow and break out of stereotypes and the like.

ArapahoeKati Sep 10, 2018

Enjoyed the illustrations and how LGBT-friendly this was for elementary-aged readers. Girls rock!

ArapahoeLauraRose Jul 29, 2018

This is one of my favorite fairytales ever! As they were growing up, both Princess Amira and Princess Sadie were told many things about what a princess "should" be. Together, the princesses set out on an adventure to be the type of princess that THEY want to be; and find love, friendship, and self-respect along the way!

LPL_MeredithW Jun 24, 2018

This graphic novel is an instant day-brightener. Super adorable, with fun art and a cute story.

JCLAndrewE Apr 03, 2018

This is a fantastic little Fairy Tale style story that upends the traditional stereotypes and gender-roles to make a fun, and touching little tale about two princesses and ones escape from the evil oppression of her ne'er do well sister.

A bold message, but easy style make this a perfect little ready for your strong willed princes or princesses.

If you enjoy this, I would also suggest the "Prince-Less" graphic novel series by Jeremy Whitley. A similar message of female empowerment, but more of what I would consider rowdy humor than the sweetness found here.

LPL_LaurenT Sep 11, 2017

As a lover of fairy tales, I was excited to pick up a book that pointedly turns the tried and true formula on its head. A princess rescuing a princess? I’m all in. Beautiful artwork and wonderful characters had me reading through this graphic novel at breakneck speed. I loved the relationship between Sadie and Amira. Plus there are dragons and ogres and UNICORNS! A great LGBTQIA+ read for children.

KHCPL_Doug May 10, 2017

This is a gentle, funny, awesome little book. A Princess decides that she doesn't want to stay home and wait for a Prince to marry, so she embarks on adventures. When she hears another Princess, in a tower of course, screaming for help she comes to the rescue. It turns out the second Princess wasn't screaming but singing (oh...awkward) but the rescue commences. So at its heart, this is a book about female empowerment and same-sex relationships. But it's told with humor and empathy. I have it in our YA section, but it's a fairly simple story and would fit in a Children's section too. It confronts body images, racial diversity, and stereotypes in a subtle (for children) way. I'd highly recommend this title.

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