TGR Launch Contest #20 – Princess Bubble

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I wish every girl growing up today would have Princess Bubble. This book confronts the Princess Heritage and examines the mistakes the other princesses made (Belle and her Stockholm Syndrome, Cinderella’s helplessness, and Ariel, The Little Mute ). It redefines princess for the 21st Centurty in a fresh, hips, light-hearted and sweet way.

THIS is the Princess you want your daughter to emulate. Read the Princess Bubble Review.

Launch Contest Rules

1. Twitter Me: @traceesioux and post the link to either a contest post OR a post from the archives and categories you appreciated. Follow me. Come back and leave a comment so I can keep track.

2. Facebook: Add me as your friend and post a link to either a contest post OR a post from the archives you appreciated. Come back and leave a comment so I’ll can keep track.

3. Blogroll: Change Empowering Girls: So Sioux Me links to The Girl Revolution links if I’m already in your blogroll or Add The Girl Revolution to your blogroll.

4. Leave a comment

5. Blog It. You get 1 entry in all 18 contests for any post announcing and linking to The Girl Revolution on your own site. Leave a link to the post.

6. Visit The Girl Revolution Store: Feel free to buy something. If you drop a link to your favorite item you’re entered to win.

7. The Girl Revolution Webazine: Sign up for the Webazine. Leave a comment saying you’re signed up on the prize you like best.

Enter as many times as you like – Just be sure to leave a comment saying what you did. I’ll be announcing prizes all week. Each contest will be announced 7 days after its posted. I’ll email winners directly and announce them in the The Girl Revolution Webazine.

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#1 The Girl Revolution Launch Party & Contest Rules — The Girl Revolution on 01.15.09 at 2:04 pm

[...] TGR Launch Contest #20 – Princess Bubble [...]

#2 Mylisa on 01.15.09 at 3:01 pm

I would LOVE to give this to my 12 year-old niece, Christyl! What a great message.

#3 Vanessa on 01.15.09 at 3:07 pm

I like this. Sounds kin to Princess Smartypants. I’d love to read.

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#4 Tracee on 01.16.09 at 9:11 am

Oh I want to review Princess Smartypants – keep recommending good princess alternatives for girls! Everyone please!

#5 Danielle J on 01.16.09 at 4:18 pm

This looks like such a fun alternative! I would love to win!
thanks

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#6 Marcia S on 01.20.09 at 1:56 pm

Princesses have been gaining power ever since Fiona on Shrek. Here’s one more instance.

#7 Marcia S on 01.20.09 at 1:56 pm

I’m a Twitter follower.

#8 Cindi on 01.23.09 at 11:39 pm

Again, another wonderful book that my niece could enjoy and learn! I wish books like this would have been around when I was young! Cindi

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