Book Review: Princess Nevaeh by Paulette Harper


Princess Nevaeh: Lessons on Self- Discovery by Paulette Harper

Paperback: 34 pages

Publisher: Thy Word Publishing (August 27, 2014)

ISBN-13: 978-0989969147

About The Book

Six year old Nevaeh wants to be something she already is. She will soon learn that her wish to be a princess takes a little more than just asking. Lessons on self-discovery are taught by her Mimi who makes her understand that being a princess takes work.

My Review

I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

Princess Nevaeh is a children’s story about a girl who wants to be a princess. She asks her grandma what she needs to do to achieve her goal and the response is that she needs to be kind, listen to adults, and not fight. In other words, she needs to be beautiful inside and out.

Nevaeh believes that she is already doing most of the things that she needs to do to be a princess, and now she knows what she needs to work on.

This is a wonderful book for young girls to learn how to be a good person (or a princess). It also has pretty, mostly pink, illustrations.

If you are a parent of a girl, and you’d like her to learn about self-discovery, this book would be a useful tool. The best part is that girls will enjoy the book and learn at the same time.

About The Author


Paulette Harper is an award-winning and best-selling author. She is the owner of Write Now Literary Virtual Book Tours and is passionate about helping authors succeed in publishing and marketing their books. Paulette has been writing and publishing books since 2008. Paulette is the author of That Was Then, This is Now, Completely Whole, Living Separate Lives and The Sanctuary. She resides in Northern, Ca.

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: Princess Nevaeh by Paulette Harper

  1. pharper September 15, 2014 / 9:02 am

    Thanks Dawn for hosting Princess Nevaeh and the great review.


    • sleepygirl2 September 16, 2014 / 7:16 pm

      You’re welcome. I think books that children enjoy reading that also teach them something are the best ones.


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