Princess Alicia has everything she needs and more. A splendid castle, mountains of desserts, and loving parents who do everything possible to ensure she is happy. But even with all of that, Alicia is bored. Terribly bored. So what will it take to finally make her happy?
The Princess Who Had Almost Everything is an enchanting tale that reminds readers of all ages that happiness is not always where you seek it, but instead can be found in the most unlikeliest places.
Mireille Levert studied drawing, painting, and sculpting at the University of Quebec in Montreal. One of her first jobs was in a small children's bookstore, where she discovered her love for illustration. She has since gone on to win the Governor General's Award for Illustration and has been nominated for the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award. Her other published titles include Tulip and Lupin Forever, Down at the Sea Hotel, Eddie Longpants, And Island in the Soup, and Sleep Tight Mrs. Ming. Her work has been exhibited in many countries, including France, Italy, and Japan. Mireille enjoys doing lots of presentations and workshops for children. She works and lives in Montreal, Québec.
Tundra’s JOSÉE MASSE grew up in an artistic household. Her father was a painter and many of her dearest memories are of spending time with him in his studio. She studied graphic arts in Montreal, and worked as a graphic designer for three years before beginning a career in illustration. Josée Masse lives near Montreal where she spends most of her time in her studio.