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Saderia is a teenage tiger princess who lives with her aunt & uncle in the Royal House. Her aunt and uncle have been looking after her since her parents died in a huge forest fire. She uses computers, a library and has private tutors coming to teach her every day.

Saderia is simply being brought up to be a perfect princess by her aunt Cia.

However, she doesn’t feel that she needs to wear expensive jewelery or speak correctly to be a good princess. Unfortunately her aunt disagrees with that and Saderia needs to study and do all the things she won’t need, according to her judgement (sounds very familiar to me. In fact it sounds like me & my school).

Princess Saderia is a curious kid, full of passion and adventure in her heart. She also has very vivid dreams that seem to be verging on the reality.

One day lead by her curiosity she decides to go exploring around the house. To her greatest surprise she founds more than she could ever dream of.

Her life is turned upside down when...

“The Tiger Princess” is a fantastic book about finding your own strength and path in life and letting your intuition & gut feelings come to the surface.

Sarah Renee did wonderful job at personifying tigress’ character, filled with many human features. Her understanding of young Saderia’s psychology is phenomenal.

While reading “The Tiger Princess” I was able to identify with the emotions & fears the characters were going through.

I would recommend the book to young people age 9-14, parents (epecially if they would like to understand their children better), librariens & teachers.

To buy the book go to Amazon.com

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