Princess Pam is a very arrogant and rude princess who treated others with contempt and scorn. Despite her royal status and riches, she was not a happy person. The good example of her richer and humble friend, Princess Amanda, made Pam to change her way of life. This book points out the importance of being good and respectful towards other people irrespective of their race or social status. Using a palace as a setting, the author depicts the discrimination, segregation and racism that happen in the society. The king and the prince exemplify humility and show love and respect to people. On the contrary, the queen is a proud person and discriminatory towards others. The queen changes her perspective about the poor when something unexpected and unimaginable happens in the palace. This book has lessons on the importance of humility and the dangers of pride.
Other books from the author:
1. Rosary: Mysteries and Testimonies,
2. The Little Stubborn Boy who became a Bishop,
3. The Holy Trinity: An Urgent and Important Message.