The Princesses of Arvally

A multicultural Celebration

by Dorothy Calhoun, Illustrated By David Miles

The Princesses of Arvally
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The Princesses of Arvally

A multicultural Celebration

by Dorothy Calhoun, Illustrated By David Miles

Published Jun 24, 2014
21 Pages
Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Prejudice & Racism



 

Book Details


The two princesses have come of age, and it’s time for everyone in the land of Arvallay to celebrate. But there’s one problem: Princess Thenia loves the color pink and wants everything at the celebration to be pink, and Princess Mykel loves blue and wants everything to be blue. The king turns to the boys and girls of Arvallay for help. How they solve the problem saves the day for the young princesses and teaches them valuable lessons they will remember forever. Children will delight in reading and listening to The Princesses of Arvallay. Parents and teachers can use elements of this story to help children understand the importance of values such as sharing with others, demonstrating generosity, showing respect, and appreciating cultural and individual differences. This tale of two princesses will delight readers of all ages.

 

About the Author

Dorothy Calhoun, Illustrated By David Miles

After thirty-five years as a teacher, Dorothy Sweet Calhoun began her new career as a writer, which has allowed her to continue pursuing her educational and teaching interests. She believes that a child’s success in adulthood begins with being taught powerful, positive concepts and about consequences very early in life. In addition teaching, Dorothy wrote curriculum and served as an assistant principal. She was named Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, awarded All American Scholar, and honored twice as an Unsung Hero. Dorothy continues to serve her community and her church, and often serves her school as a substitute teacher. She is the author of Why Dinosaurs Are Extinct and Six Bees for Children: A Collection of Educational Wisdoms.

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