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Publisher Description

The Super Amazing Princess Heroes have sprung in to action to help build a new school in Uganda. Everything is going well until one of the heroes, Kinney, gets very sick with a heart condition and flies back to the U.S. for medical help. The girls soon learn that one of their Ugandan friends, a wonderful girl named Gift, is sick with the same condition. She needs to fly to the U.S. as well —but what if she didn't? What if she had a hospital in Uganda that could help other kids just like her? The story of the Super Amazing Princess Heroes conveys positive messages to young girls to help others and to think of those outside themselves.

November 1
Umiya Publishing
Chicago Review Press, Inc. DBA Independent Publishers Group
Grades K-2

Customer Reviews

Truth That Exit ,

The Gift of Gift

This book teaches girls to be their self and remember that we are all princess heroes .

geniethesmart ,

Super Power Princesses

I love this book so much! This is what friends are for, they help each when needed. My friends also help me when I’m in need and I want to thank them very much. Thank YOU for writing this book and I hope this will teach others that kindness will always reward you.

KiddieLitMom ,

Interesting way to highlight a non profit’s work

This story features some super hero princesses building a school in Africa. One of the princesses gets sick. She has a hole in her heart and must be flown to the US for surgery because there is no local hospital that can handle it. Then a friend from Africa also gets sick with the same heart issue. The super hero princesses then decided to use their super powers to build a hospital that can accommodate cardiac care in Africa so children can be treated. Turns out, it’s a story based on a true story. It’s pretty direct.

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