The Princess Who Could Be You, Book 2

The ten princesses face typical teen problems. Anna searches for her absent father. Barbara asks “Who am I?” Evelyn wants to be treated like an adult. Melanie struggles with addiction. Betty Ann, Sylvia and Anita search for satisfying careers. For those who recognize that change is constant. More

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About Linda W. Ostrander

As a mother, grandmother and teacher, Linda W. Ostrander has had many years of experience listening to teens’ stories. She created the fascinating fairy tales in the PRINCESS AND OWL TALES and PRINCE AND OWL TALES, for teens, young adults, parents, teachers and counselors who may identify with the problems of the princesses and princess in the stories. These books do not have any adult content!

During her fifty-year teaching career Linda taught students of all ages, individually and in classes, at Adelphi Suffolk College, Southampton College of Long Island University, Bunker Hill Community College, Lesley University, Cambridge College and The University of Phoenix. She particularly enjoyed her many years mentoring teachers in Master’s degree programs. Also a pianist and composer, Linda holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin College, a Master of Music degree from Smith College, a Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Composition from Boston University, and a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from The Union Institute.

About the Series: Princess and Owl Tales
All of the books in the Princess and Owl Tales concern typical teen problems. The princesses in THE PRINCESS WHO COULD BE YOU, Book 1, ask questions that worry many teenage girls. The princess asks: Who am I? Am I smart enough? Am I pretty enough? How do I show my true self? Who will be my friend? Will I find happiness?



THE PRINCESS WHO COULD BE YOU, Book 2, includes stories of princesses with different teen problems. The princesses struggle with image, identity, internet dating, making good choices, friendship, and career choices.

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