Our Royal Diaries review series comes to a fitting end with Catherine: The Great Journey.
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Warm up after a long cold lonely winter with Kazunomiya: Prisoner of Heaven.
Other leopard-based wordplay considered for the title included "a leopard can't change its spots," but when the leopard is a princess as badass as Nzingha: Warrior Queen of Matamba, she can do whatever the hell she damn pleases.
Kaiulani: The People's Princess proves that sometimes two great flavors—in this case, the Victorian Era and Hawaii—really do taste great together.
Ever heard of the Victorian Era? This girl, like, invented that.
Now this is a princess book.
Explore the cosmos with Sŏndŏk: Princess of the Moon and Stars, the latest in our Royal Diaries review series.
No, it's not Disney, and it's not Twentieth Century Fox either. The Royal Diaries series heads to imperial Russia with Carolyn Meyer's Anastasia: The Last Grand Duchess.
Happy Thanksgiving! In the Royal Diaries book Weetamoo: Heart of the Pocassets, Patricia Clark Smith provides the non-Pilgrim perspective.
She's the Man? Man-arch? Monarch? Get it? Never mind.