In this charming parable, a busy princess can’t figure out what to wear as she goes about her busy day. When she’s not in her long, swishy gown and her fancy crown, what should a princess wear? All the royal advisors have different opinions. But in the end, it’s up to every King’s daughter to choose what will make her Father proud!
Encouraging young girls to develop a sense of dignity and modesty is an important part of their religious character development. The confidence to choose what is appropriate, regardless of changing fashions, is part of a Jewish lifestyle.
Fit for a Princess
Written by Risa Rotman, illustrated by Tova Leff
ISBN: 978-1-929628-38-4 / LCCN: 2007932113
Hardcover / 32 pages / Ages 3-6 / List Price $10.95
Published January 2008
Also Available in Yiddish
About the Author:
Born in the small Canadian city of Windsor, Ontario, Risa Rotman moved to Toronto for high school, and then attended seminary in Jerusalem. Her writing has been featured in various Jewish publications, including Hamodia, Bina, and Horizons Magazine. For the past twenty-one years, the author has lived and raised her family in Jerusalem.
About the Artist:
Tova Leff began her career as an artist while still in high school. After intensive training to specialize in airbrush illustration, she opened her own art studio in Lakewood, New Jersey. Tova currently resided in Lakewood, New Jersey with her husband and children.