Princess Bubble learns "Living happily ever after is not about finding a prince. True Happiness is found by loving God, being kind to others, and being comfortable with who you are already! Happy princesses are people who enjoy others and like themselves. Happy people give of their time to help others!"
HEADLINE: "Book's princess is living happily right now."
The Huffington Post
HEADLINE: Heather Cabot:"My Princess and Me"
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
HEADLINE: "This prince-less princess is fine."
HEADLINE: "Kids are Reading: Princess Bubble"
The Grand Rapids Press
HEADLINE: "Books, seminar help girls build self-esteem"
HEADLINE: “Finding your own happily ever after”
by: Casandra Andrews-
HEADLINE: "Princess Teaches Value of Single life."
The Piedmont Review: Best of Summer
HEADLINE: “Princess Bubble: A Buoyant Message”
HEADLINE:"A New Twist on “Happily Ever After”
The Griffin Daily News
HEADLINE:"Griffin native Bubble bursting on to national children's book scene."
Princess Bubble authors Susan Johnston and Kimberly Webb were guests of honor at a Mother-Daughter Tea Party at Alabama’s Governor Mansion on May 12, hosted by First Lady Patsy Riley. “You should not read Cinderella to your children because it is a trick. Life does not always work out like that. Children need to hear the truth,” said Riley.
Watch us on 11Alive (NBC Atlanta)
Fox Channel 5/Good Day Atlanta
Topic: It’s a fairy tale about single women....
Modesty Zone-Rebel of the Month
CBS Channel 5/WKRG: News 5 at 9
TOPIC: A book that “turns the traditional fairy tale on its
World Talk Radio
TOPIC: Single Talk – Life, Love, and Dating
Hosts Aliza Silverman and Michele Economou
NBC Channel 3/WSAV: Coastal Sunrise
TOPIC: "Imparts . . . a sort of wisdom that was lacking in
traditional fairy tales"
These questions are for older readers
We believe the message of Princess Bubble is true.
But we also know that sometimes and/or some people have phases of frustration that "Happily Ever After" does not work out the traditional fairy tale way in everyone's life. How do you feel?
If you want to believe the old fairy tales...
Do you deep down know that true "Happily Ever After" must come from within or do you feel another person can give you complete happiness?
Do you have to be a victim to be a princess?
Every other fairy tale princess is a victim of some sort.
Do you feel like a victim?
Are you waiting to be rescued?
Do you have to be rescued to have the fairy tale?
What makes you truly happy?
Retail therapy makes everyone happy for an instant.
But what makes you happy long after?
What makes you smile with the memory?
Time with family and friends?
Being yourself and feeling accepted?......
This project (writing, publishing , and promoting Princess Bubble) has brought us so much joy because we have gotten to share what we think is a VERY important message with girls of all ages! We long deeply for each of you to have "Happily Ever After" and to share the message of true happiness with others.
No frog required.