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Bald Princess

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Joey The Ugly Christmas Tree

Joey The Ugly Christmas Tree

 In children's fairy tales there is always one character that gets bullied and Joey is The Ugly Christmas Tree who gets bullied by the magnificent trees in The Christmas Tree Forest. Princess Ella believes in Joey and teaches him to believe in himself too!


Nanny The Ugly Christmas Tree




The Nanny in a fairy tale usually is hired to take care of the children in a household that are unruly kids.  In Ella's fairy tales, Nanny lives with Princess Ella and she is there to teach Ella how to open up her imagination.  Nanny has raised Ella from when she was a baby.  Ella loves when Nanny reads her different stories. By reading to Ella, it opens up her mind and she can fully use her imagination.  Ella loves Nanny very much. Nanny knows that kids are precious, therefore she protects Princess Ella from any harm that may come her way!

The Coachman

The Coachman The Ugly Christmas Tree

This is the Coachman.  He looks a lot like Santa.  He drives a beautiful coach that brings Ella and Nanny to The Christmas Tree Forest.  The Coachman helps Ella bring Joey home.  




Jorge The Troll

Jorge The Troll The Ugly Christmas Tree

Meet Jorge the Troll.  He is Princess Ella's good friend.  He helped Princess Ella find the light of the Enchanted Forest in The Mystery of the Stolen Light.  Jorge is invited to help Ella decorate her Christmas Tree.




Rosa the Fairy

Fairy Rosa The Ugly Christmas Tree
CAP Kids Princess Ella and Leo

"Kids Are Precious"

Rosaria L. Calafati is proud to announce that she is sponsoring the Children's Alopecia Project by donating $1.00 from the sales of The Ugly Christmas Tree.

Building self-esteem, providing support and raising awareness of the currently incurable autoimmune hair loss disease, Alopecia. 


CAP is changing the emphasis from growing hair to growing confidence.

CAP is a federally tax-exempt 501c3 Non-profit organization. EIN# 02-0729983  


Fairy Rosa was invited to help Princess Ella decorate her Christmas Tree.  Ella and Rosa became friends when Princess Ella helped Rosa save the fairy village in The Secret of the Purple Gem!




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When it comes to inspirational children alopecia books or short stories for children who are bald, books starring Ella The Enchanted Princess - fairytale bald princess - offers a source of connection for children who are bald and are very different from their peers. Ella was born without hair, and she often struggles with her confidence and self-image.


In The Ugly Christmas Tree, the focus is not on Ella but on Joey The Ugly Christmas Tree. This truly beautiful and inspirational children alopecia book touches on bullying.  In children's fairy tales there is always one character that gets bullied. You would think that Ella would be the one to be bullied because she has no hair. But the bullying happens in the Christmas Tree Forest.

Ella overcomes her fears and grows her self-confidence in this inspirational children alopecia book so she can give Joey the ability to do the same.  In this children alopecia book, we have a very excited Princess Ella that sets out to find her perfect Christmas tree but instead meets the horrible bullies that torture Joey the tiniest

tree in the forest.  Ella learns that being majestic and beautiful really doesn't matter.  A kind heart and being friendly helps Ella pick Joey to be her perfect tree.  


This tale on bullying is all too familiar for children who are bald who worry about what others may say about their appearance. If your child, or the child of a loved one, looks or acts differently from other kids their age, teaching them about Ella The Enchanted Princess is a great way to help them understand that they are just as valued and special as other children. It's essential for young kids to have role models they feel a connection with, and Ella a fairy tale bald princess is a wonderful example of how it's ok (and even great!) to be different from others. When you give the gift of Ella, you're giving the gift of self-confidence.