The Princess's Survival Guide
By Federica Magrin (Text), Laura Brenlla (Illustrator)
So, you want to become a princess. Be warned: if you do, you’ll have to learn how to survive evil witches and queens, befriend trusty servants who can help you when in need, and fight your enemies with potions and weapons. Who better to offer advice than an actual fairy godmother—and she’s collected all her experiences in this manual, filled with stories from around the world. She reveals the secrets that made Cinderella and Snow White famous, introduces courageous, determined heroines such as Pocahontas and Jasmine, and adds plenty of insider information on talking mirrors, genie lamps, mysterious towers, and more! In the end you’ll be not just a perfect princess, but also a modern one.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Federica Magrin was an editor for De Agostini and now freelances. She works in children's books, writes educational texts and stories, and translates novels. Federica lives in Varese, Italy.
Laura Brenlla won a scholarship to study Art at Universidad Europea in Madrid. Later she was selected to receive digital cleanup training at the prestigious animation studio SPA, with Fernando Moro (Anastasia, All Dogs Go to Heaven) in charge.