In a beautiful kingdom, hidden beyond the Enchanted Forest, lived a young princess named Ella. She was different from other princesses, Ella had no hair. She often tries to hide her head with scarves and headbands and doesn't like looking into mirrors. Ella always dreams of one day exploring beyond the majestic doors of the castle. However, to do that, she must pass through the Grand Hall, but there are so many dreaded mirrors on the walls. These mirrors are the guardians of the castle, and will not let anyone pass unless they are recognized.
Join Ella on her first adventure through the Grand Hall! Why don't the mirrors know Ella, and what will she have to do to leave her room and explore?
I will open the door, take a deep breath and walk outside. I will make sure I hold my head high. "There is nothing to be afraid of, right Molly?" Molly smiled and agreed, and off Ella went to the Grand Hall. As she began walking down the Grand Hall, the big Mirror stopped her and asked, "Who Are You?" Princess Ella frowned and said, "It's me, Princess Ella." "Oh no, you're not. You don't look like Princess Ella. Go back; you are not allowed in these halls," shouted Big Mirror.
Rosaria L. Calafati is a very devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. Her family means the world to her. She has six grown children and 11 grandchildren!She also has a mar velous husband who has inspired her throughout her challenges of Breast Cancer.
She has a unique imagination and loves to use it to make her family happy. Her biggest asset is her imagination to create wonderful holidays, parties, and activities to keep her family entertained and always believing in themselves. Her whole life was all about children and giving them a positive way of facing their deepest challenges.
Being a Breast Cancer survivor and a devoted mother inspired her to create Princess Ella. Going through the many difficulties of Breast Cancer, losing her hair was the one thing that changed her way of looking at life. She wrote this book to inspire children and teach them that they are very beautiful in their own special way!People are beautiful just the way they are. Children have a special place in her heart, and through her books, she hopes to teach children to believe in themselves!