Friday, December 20, 2013

'Princess Ruby's Make-Up Ballet Class' by Deborah Bradley

Book blurb:

Princess Books That Empower: From Amazon Best Selling Author Deborah Bradley

Kids (even princesses) have moments of being brave every day. Often it goes unnoticed, even to them.

In Princess Ruby: The Make-Up Ballet Class, Princess Ruby tackles a new and seemingly scary situation and learns what it really means to be brave in everyday life.

Princess Ruby and Queen Jacaranda were quietly enjoying high tea in the royal tea room when Princess Ruby suddenly looked up at her mom and exclaimed, “I can’t do it!”

Surprised, Queen Jacaranda asked, “You can’t do what?”

“I can’t go to the make-up ballet class,” responded the princess. “I’m just too scared.” And she started to cry.

Free Bonus: Princess Ruby Audiobook inside!

- A great way to help children gain a healthy perspective on things that are new and uncomfortable.
- Newly added Glossary Of Dance Terms used by this princess ballerina.
- Inspired and happy ending that leaves your little princess (or prince) in a great place for sleep!


Later that day as they sat for high tea, Queen Jacaranda told Princess Ruby something very important.

“Honey,” she began, “I was so proud of you today. Do you know that what you did was BRAVE?

“Really?” asked Princess Ruby, a little surprised.

“Really,” said the queen. “Being brave is about being nervous or scared to do something and then doing it anyway. That’s exactly what you did today. You were really brave.”

Available in paperback and on Kindle


Deborah Bradley grew up as a proud Bostonian; She spent years enjoying baseball games at Fenway Park, summer vacations on Cape Cod, and riding "the T" to get wherever she needed.

In her mid-twenties, life took her to the other side of the world, and what started out as 4 months in Australia turned into 10 amazing years.

While in Oz, Deborah married a "good Aussie bloke", produced a blond-haired, blued-eyed daughter (something she couldn't have imagined in her wildest dreams), and then convinced them to spend some time on "her side of the world."

Deborah is now the mother of three charismatic little girls who stretch and challenge her daily while, simultaneously, giving her the most extraordinary joy.

She is truly grateful to all of them for having inspired her and given her the confidence to become a children's book author. Without them, the possibility would never have been born.

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