S: Princess Charity Chilver
BC: August 2011
1: The book is dedicated to | Charity Ashton Chilver | The Princess of the Chilver Castle | Created with much love by Colton & Coen | . . . . . . . . . . . .
2: Once upon a time in a faraway place there was a beautiful princess who lived in a castle.
3: Her many royal servants included her mother who washed her laundry, her father who liked to pamper her, and her brother who was the best bottle maker in all of fairy tale land.
4: Her other royal servants included her brother who always made sure the Princess had the finest blankets in the kingdom and her oldest brother who kept her bottles sparkling clean.
5: Princess Charity was turning one year old and had special plans to celebrate at a tea party that began promptly at 3:00 pm.
6: Princess Charity was anxiously waiting for her horse and carriage to arrive at her castle to pick her up.
7: She grew impatient and suddenly had a bright idea. She decided to call her youngest brother to give her a ride to the tea party.
8: The princess knew that her she could always depend on her brother. He gently helped her into the carriage, and he even arrived in his birthday suit. She was very thankful and happy.
9: Princess Charity began to get a little nervous and honked her horn to let her brother know to go faster. She did not want to be late for this special occasion.
10: The desserts were absolutely delicious. She had a wonderful time tasting an assortment of cakes.
12: Even her tea was just perfect and she enjoyed every last drop. This was a birthday that Princess Charity would never forget, and she lived happily ever after with all of her royal servants.