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Mailbox Monday #243

Mailbox Monday (click the icon to check out the new blog) has gone on tour since Marcia at To Be Continued, formerly The Printed Page passed the torch.  November’s host is I Totally Paused!.

The meme allows bloggers to share what books they receive in the mail or through other means over the past week.

Just be warned that these posts can increase your TBR piles and wish lists.

Here’s what I received:

1.  The Super Duper Princess Heroes: How It All Started by Sanjay Nambiar for review.

In a marketplace flooded with “princess” paradigms that are all about getting married and dressing up, this refreshing story shows how the lives of good friends Kinney, Oceana, and Sammie change forever when they stumble upon a mysterious bag with magical tiaras inside. Placing the tiaras upon their heads, they transform from regular girls into Super Duper Princess Heroes! Their new powers, however, come with strings attached: to keep the magic going, the girls need to help others, work together as a team, and always be humble about their abilities. Can these awesome girls rise to the challenge and help save the world? Through fun and adventure, the story of the Super Duper Princess Heroes conveys positive messages to young girls about independence, strength, teamwork, and responsibility, demonstrating how some princesses might have higher aspirations than wearing fancy gowns and glittering jewelry.

2.  The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories: Vol. 3 by Joseph Gordon-Levitt

From Golden Globe Award–nominee Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his online creative coalition hitRECord, and in collaboration with the artist Wirrow, comes Volume 3 in the Tiny Book of Tiny Stories series.

To create The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, known within the hitRECord.org community as RegularJOE, directs thousands of collaborators to tell tiny stories through words and art. With the help of the entire creative collective, he culls, edits, and curates the massive numbers of contributions into a finely tuned collection.

The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Volume 3 once again brings together art and voices from around the world to unite and tell stories that defy size.

What did you receive?

  • Tiny Book of Tiny Stories sounds so interesting!

  • I can’t wait to see what Wiggles thought of the princess heroes book!
    Anna´s last blog post ..Mailbox Monday — November 4

    • you know what Wiggles thinks of the princess heroes book…or at least I’m sure you can guess.

  • Your new books look fun.

    ENJOY!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

    • Thanks. They do look like fun. I like to have fun reads at the end of the year.

  • I really like the first two volumes of Tiny Stories. Such a great collection! And The Super Duper Princess Heroes sounds wonderful. Enjoy and have a good week 🙂

    • Thanks for checking out the mailbox. I know my daughter will love the princess book….even if she doesn’t understand everything in it.

  • Your books look delightful…hope you enjoy them. Here’s MY WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES

    • Thanks for checking in this week.

  • Beth Hoffman

    I’m intrigued by The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories! It sounds so creative.

    • I really enjoyed the first volume….somehow missed the second volume. The third volume is good as well.

  • Enjoy your new books and have a great week!

    • Thanks. Have a great week as well.