Plus, what the hell does that title even mean? Is it a play on "a good man is hard to find?" But why? It wasn't so hard to find for Kate Middleton, though, was it?
And so weird - the nipple-less picture of Prince William:
A Real Prince Is Hard to Find: A Modern Fairy Tale by Joanna Rivard
My rating: 1 of 5 stars
Maybe,just maybe I can understand the appeal of this book to a British audience, but why was it published in the United States? And the title, ugh. A real prince wasn't so hard to find for Kate Middleton - she met him when she was 19, and married him ten years later. That is sort of a long time, and perhaps he was hard to catch or hard to pin down or hard to choose to commit, but he still wasn't hard to find. This isn't my least favorite picture book of all time (that honor belongs to Sheetzucacapoopoo: My Kind of Dog). But it's thrown in the same bin.
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