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The Anti-Princess Movement finds &acirc;��Happily Ever After&acirc;�� in Princess Bubble <br />

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Many concerned mothers today worry about raising their princess. There is a royal struggle to have fun with fairy tales and at the same time teach girls the true meaning of &acirc;��Happily Ever After!&acirc;��<br />
This is a story I can truly believe in and feel comfortable sharing with my children.&acirc;�� <br />
&acirc;��Noelle Williams, mother of three<br />
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&acirc;��We&acirc;��ve had countless women all over the nation tell us they wish there had been a book like this when they were little.&acirc;��<br />
&acirc;��Susan Johnston, Princess Bubble author<br />
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Two Sassy Single Authors Redefine Fairy Tale Endings for Young Readers!<br />
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ATLANTA, April 18,2008&acirc;��You know how the story goes&acirc;��Prince Charming, &acirc;��Happily Ever After,&acirc;�� The End, right? Is this the ONLY option today&acirc;��s moms want to share with their young daughters? Two successful single gals are offering parents an updated version of the traditional fairy tale. No longer a &acirc;��Damsel in Distress,&acirc;ï¿&fr

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