Princess has four ladies. Some cats say that’s too many, but there’s no such thing! Taking care of all these ladies can be a lot of work, but Princess doesn’t mind. She knows how to keep them happy with grooming, cuddling, and all the treats they want. Princess has everything under control until, one day, a mysterious stray appears. There’s a little girl in Princess’s favorite napping spot, surrounded by her ladies!
Princess is overwhelmed with jealousy, and she leaves the house in a huff. But when Princess runs into trouble, the stray comes to her rescue. Maybe the stray can fit in with Princess and her ladies after all. Of course, she’ll need proper training first! This witty picture book explores the loving bond between cats and their humans.
"Suddenly flung from the spotlight, Princess decides she’s better off on her own, only to become unceremoniously stuck in a nearby fence. It takes the ladies, plus one stray 'with excellent hearing,' to bring Princess back where she belongs. Bright and bold digital collage by Schaefer (Zoo Zen) infuses the illustrations with appealing texture and depth, adding whimsy to this story about change and belonging for feline lovers of all stripes: 'Now Princess has five ladies. Some cats say that’s too many... but there is no such thing.'" — Publishers Weekly
|Recommended Age||4 - 8|
|Publication Date||Apr 7, 2020|
|Publisher||Abrams Books for Young Readers|