This 7-year-old Girl Wants Other Black Girls To Know They Can Be Princesses
It is always great to see young people stepping into their purpose, achieving their dreams, and inspiring others. This seven-year-old magical Black girl is doing just that by becoming a published author of a book called Daddy’s Little Princess.
Morgan Taylor originally wrote the book when she was six-years-old, according to WNCT, a local news station in Greenville, NC. She was inspired to write the book when her father told her anyone could be a princess because she used to think only “Vanilla people” or white people could ever be princesses. Her book is meant to boost the self-esteem of other young people and encourage them to be whatever they want to be in life.
The book is described as follows on the publisher’s site:
Daddy Little Princess is co-authored by 6-year-old Morgan Taylor and excites young readers as it introduces real princesses of color from all over the world. This book is educational, builds self-esteem and reminds all little girls that history is exciting. It introduces Princess Elizabeth of Toro, Princess Angela of Liechtenstein and numerous others on an elementary level.
While Taylor is technically a co-author on the book, she is planning on writing another book soon. There is no doubt that this little girl will grow up to do many more amazing things.
Watch the inspiring story below!
You can purchase the book on Amazon or directly from the publisher.
Photo: Taylor Made Publishing/book cover