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Princess Addison Gets Angry
This title covers these subjects: Anger -- Fiction., Emotions -- Fiction., Princesses -- Fiction.
Princess Addison Gets Angry
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Princess Heart

Princess Addison Gets Angry

Princess Addison is used to getting whatever she wants. But when it starts raining and she can't go outside with her dogs, she gets very angry. Princess Addison becomes Princess Angry and must learn how to deal with her emotions.

GenreFairy Tales & Fables
Reading LevelGrades PreK-1
Interest LevelGrades PreK-1
Lexile LevelAD450L
ATOS Level1.5
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #157085
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherPicture Window Books
BrandPrincess Heart
Page Count24
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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NetGalley Review - Misty Hazard, Librarian

"I liked this cute kids book on being angry." - NetGalley Review

January 14, 2013

NetGalley Review - Laura Meikle-Sokolosky

"What a great book! The artwork was wonderful and the story held my 4 year old's attention (not easy to do!). Very helpful for teaching the right and wrong ways to deal with anger." - NetGalley Review

March 20, 2013

Just Peachy blog - Blair

"I'm really impressed with the way this book reached my daughter. I was able to reference it during a future tantrum and she drew from some of Addison's mom's advice. It actually diffused the situation. I'm not going to complain about that, so I will declare this book a winner for me." - Just Peachy blog

February 20, 2013


Books Beside My Bed blog - Karen

"A good moral lesson book with princesses and puppies scattered through out the pages. Worth a check out of the library." - Books Beside My Bed blog

March 6, 2013

Library Pirates blog - Kristine

"So often, books with a purpose are tricky to sell to any reader. This is a well done book on a tough emotion. I quickly purchased the entire set for our library." - Library Pirates blog

April 4, 2013

Aussie Bookworm blog - Jodie

"My little princess loved this colorful and bright story...this book is a must for anyone who has a child that may be having trouble understanding their emotions.  This book was then easy to lead into a conversation on what we do when we feel angry." - Aussie Bookworm blog

March 11, 2013


NetGalley Review - Rebecca Halliwell

"A good little read that my daughter really enjoyed." - NetGalley Review

April 15, 2013

Gliterary Girl blog - Sara O' Connor

"This sweet story about a princess whose playtime is cut short because of a little rain would be a great addition to your preschoolers book collection. The message is loud and clear; don’t fret little pet, the rain will clear and everything will be status quo before you know it." - Gliterary Girl blog

January 23, 2013

All About Sami blog - Samantha B.

"The color scheme being purple and pink is more of a girl thing and I loved it. The pictures were interesting and entertaining. I also really like that it offers other alternatives to put into practice when you get angry, instead of fit-throwing. I'll be suggesting this to my friends to read to their daughters." - All About Sami blog

December 20, 2012


Kids Book Central - CJ Redwine

"I really think this is a valuable book for teaching kids how to deal with strong feelings. . . .I highly recommend this book." - Kids Book Central

February 11, 2013

NetGalley Review - Kenya

"I really loved the fact that the book told kids how to help themselves calm down when they are angry. The book discussed breathing and positive thinking. Something my kiddies needed." - NetGalley Review

December 12, 2012

Maria's Space blg - Maria

"I love this story. Addison is "heard" which is really what most kids want and feels much better. Adorable book! There are more Princess books too like Sad, Scared and Happy. Great series for young girls." - Maria's Space blg

August 10, 2013


Sweating at the Gym While Reading a Good Book blog - Jennifer

"'s young girls how to deal with their anger. It's a surprisingly short book, but it gives great advise on how to deal with your anger. My daughter would love the bright graphics and the book is simple enough she could read it all herself." - Sweating at the Gym While Reading a Good Book blog

March 4, 2013

NetGalley Review - Kerry Marsh

"A nice book to read to young children about staying calm when feeling angry.  The brightly coloured pictures would please most children and certainly help keep their attention." - NetGalley Review

February 20, 2013

NetGalley Review - Jay Johns

"Great story about being angry. Why you feel like it, what can you do about it, and how to feel better again." - NetGalley Review

April 17, 2013


Youth Literature Reviews blog - Katie

"This was an enjoyable book to read, and is a worthwhile tool in teaching kids about dealing with anger, but it’s best when supplemented with commentary by a parent or teacher.. . .This book would also be an excellent choice for classroom reading, followed by a conversation about Princess Addison’s behavior and appropriate vs. inappropriate ways to deal with anger." - Youth Literature Reviews blog

January 8, 2013

NetGalley Review - Carol Hirsche

"This is not only a cute princess story for little girls, but a pleasant story for all young kids about handling their anger." - NetGalley Review

August 24, 2013

NetGalley Review - Matt Bishop

"My daughter loved this book. It was funny with a lot of good artwork." - NetGalley Review

May 28, 2013


Enchanting Children's Book Reviews blog - Jen McNamara

"...a delightful story about an only child whose usual daily routine gets rained on…literally." - Enchanting Children's Book Reviews blog

February 9, 2013

NetGalley Review - Rebecca Beltran

"I think this book gives great advice to all of our little princesses. It is okay to be angry, but we do not hit or break things. It gives ideas to help get rid of the anger and how to feel better in a way that young girls can understand." - NetGalley Review

April 30, 2013

NetGalley Review - Denise Manabat

"This book was perfect for my daughter and I'm hoping she will remember it and use it in her everyday life." - NetGalley Review

April 12, 2013


NetGalley Review - Joanne Buendtner

"I really liked this book and plan to purchase it for my library. I can see it being a great addition to a storytime on dealing with emotions." - NetGalley Review

May 20, 2013

NetGalley Review - Sade Carswell

"I'm a clinical psychology intern that works with kids. I think this book is an amazing resource to use with little ones to explain anger, what are and are not appropriate expressions of anger, and some ways to calm down." - NetGalley Review

January 26, 2013

Confessions of a Female Bookaholic blog - Holly Letson

"This is a cute children’s book about Princess Addison, a princess with a really long name, who gets angry. . . .her mother talks to her about feelings and emotions and always remembering that she’s a princess." - Confessions of a Female Bookaholic blog

January 8, 2013


The Literary Review blog - Charlene Truxler

"From her red frizzy hair and tiara, to her ballet shoes and tutu, the main character of Molly Martin’s book, Princess Addison, is a charmer. . . .Adults taking a chance to bond with his or her child will appreciate the thoughtful way the princess’s feelings are addressed.  Not only does this book show the great worth of open communication with children, but also exemplifies to children the appropriate way to deal with the emotions that a case of the grumps can stir up. Melanie Florian’s use of softened, yet vibrant, colors bring the height of whimsy to the life Martin has created in her book. . . .One thing is for sure, when this book hits shelves it will find many happy homes, quickly." - The Literary Review blog

January 3, 2013

The Very Hungry Bookworm blog - Becca

"I like the message of this book and I really like that the author explained not only what NOT to do, but also what to do INSTEAD.  I think that part is left out a lot in teaching children.  It is important they know what action they can take in place of the one they should not. I recommend this cute little picture book." - The Very Hungry Bookworm blog

February 16, 2013

NetGalley Review - Alisa Ozuna, Librarian

"I will be adding this title and the rest of the series to my next library book order. . . .Love the way that feelings are dealt with at a kid-friendly level and not at a level in which the children feel talked down to." - NetGalley Review

January 18, 2013


Novel Nutritious blog - Jennifer Szoch

"The story is simple enough for young children to understand and relate to. . . .there is a lesson here in holding your temper, counting to ten, taking a deep breath or telling someone why you are angry or frustrated. A fun, brightly illustrated book…" - Novel Nutritious blog

March 27, 2013

NetGalley Review - Megan Earley

"Princess Addison has a bad day. She learns that it's ok to be angry and some ways to constructively handle her emotions. . . .A good book to read and discuss with your kids." - NetGalley Review

December 13, 2012

NetGalley Review - Paula Celaya

"Lovely, lovely book about a little princess who has some anger management issues! . . .Nice message." - NetGalley Review

April 19, 2013

Molly Martin

Molly Martin

Molly Martin has always envisioned herself as a princess. While she doesn't live in a castle or rule over a kingdom, she has made a magical life for herself in Minnesota. Molly enjoys writing on her front porch (which she pretends is a balcony) while sipping tea (okay, it's actually Diet Coke). When she needs extra inspiration, she pulls out her best tiara (which is actually a Minnesota Twins baseball cap) and magic wand (which is a fancy purple pen with a feather on it).

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