Princess Easy Pleasy is all but easy to please. She drives the royal packer up the wall with her quirks that are as seasonal as her royal vacations. Where does it all stop? This rollicking picture book written by Natasha Sharma and illustrated by Priya Kuriyan guarantees many laughs.
“Kuriyan depicts the tantrum-prone princess and her comically dismayed entourage with a range of skin colors nearly as individual as the styles of their brightly patterned traditional dress… Impelled by boredom, the princess at last agrees to behave like “locals” in future outings and discovers that vacationing in Tibet is “actually quite fun!” A lighthearted suggestion that “When in Rome…” is a salutary approach anywhere in the world.” -Kirkus
"...Sharma's playful use of repetition and Kuriyan's slapstick cartooning will keep readers entertained." - Publishers Weekly