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Falconer, Ian.
New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2012
IL K-3,  RL 2.3
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Olivia is back and having identity crises. Who should this irrepressible pig be when she grows up? She definitely does not want to be a pink frilly princess. That is what everybody else (even some boys) want to be! And why, she plaintively asks, canít there be other kinds of princesses like an African princess or an Indian princess. With humor Olivia investigates many options, perhaps a nurse or a reporter! Her solution Ė pure Olivia. Read Olivia and the Fairy Princesses for a laugh-out-loud happy ending!    (Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Award nominee, 2014)

SUBJECTS:     Olivia (Fictitious character : Falconer) -- Fiction.
                        Individuality -- Fiction.
                        Princesses -- Fiction.
                        Pigs -- Fiction.
                        Picture books for children.

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