(An excerpt) The germ of the idea came about as I packed cartons of milk in multiple layers of bubble wrap in the hope that as I lugged the milk across the world to meet my younger ones finicky palate with respect to milk, the tetrapacks wouldn’t burst in my suitcase. As I taped the boxes tight, I considered the possibility that this state of affairs was of my own making. I might as well be carrying a cow along. Why stop at that? Let’s take the chef and all the accompaniments. What else can we stuff in? Princess Easy Pleasy was born!
“Vacations were sometimes a nightmare when the kids were younger, they’d want to pack in toys, the favourite pillow, a blanket, a stuffed toy, two dogs and a drawer full of nothings. Obviously we’d turn the request down and they would then have meltdowns making us wonder if we should be holidaying at all. So, when Princess Easy Pleasy by Natasha Sharma and Priya Kuriyan arrived at our home, it was a nostalgic read for me!
…Each page is a delight. The detailing is wonderful and you’d want to read it again and again to discover more – a cow that has the seat belt strapped on and is drooling from the corner of her mouth in sleep, a royal packer who is getting increasingly annoyed with each turn of the page, and a dog that happily marks the airplane’s tyre – the fun is endless. Get it today! You’ll love it.” - Rivo Kids (review by Tanu Shree Singh)