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Best Feminist Princess Books To Read

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Feminist Princess Books To Read. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Palace of Mirrors by Margaret Peterson Haddix

This product was recommended by Robert Johnson from Sawinery

This book revolves around a princess who was hidden away in a small village for her safety but when danger arrives, she set out on reclaiming her throne. This is an empowering book for someone who has already set a goal and wants to achieve that no matter what. It also encourages women to go for what they think is rightfully theirs.


Shopaholic novel series by Sophie Kinsella

This product was recommended by Robert Johnson from Sawinery

This book revolves around a lady who loves shopping. Although she is not a princess, this book can empower women in the modern times. It reflects the modern day conderella problems like fonances, love and lots of other problems in life.


The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch

This product was recommended by Sally Gibson from Someone Sent You A Greeting

Its a classic, and for a reason. When reading to my daughter it was the one book above all others that turned the classic fairytale princess on its head. Unlike so many other fairytales it depicts the princess as smart, brave and resourceful. She doesn’t need a Prince nor have to settle for his unacceptable behaviour.It’s as pertinent and important to young girls today as it was when it was originally published.


The Princess Knight by Cornelia Funke

This product was recommended by Kasey Monohan from ThreadCurve

The Princess Knight by Cornelia Funke is a feminist princess book that tells the story of a young princess who wants to be the best and most clever knight in the land. The book is cute, fun and told from a feminist perspective, and is a great read for any young girls who want to feel empowered and in control of their lives and decisions.


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