Discover the life of Princess Diana--a story about helping those in need for kids ages 6 to 9
Princess Diana was known as the "People's Princess" because she loved to be kind and generous to others. Before she made a big impact on the world, Diana was a thoughtful little girl who loved animals and ballet. Her life changed when she became royalty, but she never gave up her passion for helping people. Explore how Diana went from being a little girl growing up in England to one of the most famous women in the world, known especially for her compassion.
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How will Princess Diana's big heart inspire you?
"Princess Diana is more than a legend. Her childhood and giving spirit are beautifully captured in this biography. It's a perfect addition to libraries and an excellent read for young people who are just becoming independent readers." —Marcie Flinchum Atkins, author and teacher-librarian
"Princess Diana's life extends far beyond the Royal Palace. A devoted mother and philanthropist, this book effortlessly brings a famous royal highness to a relatable hero. Aside from her fame, young readers will learn why she was called 'The People's Princess.'" —Christina Flaherty, 2nd grade teacher
"A heartwarming introduction to the life and legacy of Diana, Princess of Wales, for young readers. Jenna Grodzicki discusses Diana's charity work, and the importance of kindness and helping others." —Dr. Carolyn Harris, historian and author of Raising Royalty: 1000 Years of Royal Parenting