Princess Carlota has grown up, she is about to turn 12 years old. She is no longer the rebellious little girl we discovered in Is There Anything More Boring Than a Pink Princess?, Raquel Díaz Reguera’s revelation work, which has been a best-seller, with more than 30,000 copies sold. Then Carlota already dared to break many sexist stereotypes.
Things have hardly changed for stepmothers, witches, fairies and the few women advisors of the Royal Council. Now Carlota has a little brother, proclaimed heir to her astonishment. Her little brother! Justbecause he is a boy. And Carlota summons everyone to change things and revolutionize the role of women in fairy tales, tired of being stepmothers and witches and not counting for anything.
An picture book that figths sexism in traditional and modern societies, and challenges social roles and power structures, whether in fiction or in reality, with a lot of humor and colourful and effective illustrations.