New Children’s Book "The Super Duper Princess Heroes: How It All Started" Wins Prestigious Family Choice Award!

(LOS ANGELES) December 4, 2013
 – "The Super Duper Princess Heroes: How It All Started" (Umiya Publishing), by Sanjay Nambiar, has won a prestigious Family Choice Award.

The Family Choice Awards recognizes the best in travel, children, parenting, and pet products and resources. The award program is one the most coveted family friendly consumer awards programs in the nation. The award website link is

"The Super Duper Princess Heroes: How It All Started," is a children’s picture book that turns the princess paradigm upside down, and in the process creates an exciting, empowering, and breakthrough adventure story for young girls everywhere. The book is about three friends—Kinney, Oceana, and Sammie—who stumble upon magical tiaras that transform them into Super Duper Princess Heroes with new powers that will help them save princes as well as the world. In a marketplace flooded with princess role models that are all about getting married and looking pretty, "The Super Duper Princess Heroes: How It All Started" spotlights intelligence, teamwork, and responsibility while maintaining a context of charm and adventure.

“We are very excited and honored to win this Family Choice Award,” says Nambiar. “I was inspired by my six-year-old identical twin daughters to write this book. We need more empowered and independent role models for the next generation of girls,” he added.

"The Super Duper Princess Heroes: How It All Started" is distributed through Small Press United, a subsidiary of Independent Publishers Group. The books are available at, Barnes & Noble, and at bookstores, gift shops, and libraries across the country. The book also is distributed in France through Mariposa Press.

For more information, please contact Jeannine Jacobi of Fresh PR at (310) 857-6994 or, or

About Sanjay Nambiar
Sanjay Nambiar has written several award-winning books, including "The Super Duper Princess Heroes: How It All Started”, "Maybe (A Little Zen for Little Ones)", "Still There? (A Little Zen for Little Ones)", and "Remember the Stars (A Little Zen for Little Ones)". Through his books, he hopes to inspire readers and convey positive messages to kids. Sanjay grew up in Carson, CA, where he overcame a gang- and drug-riddled environment with the help of a closely-knit family and a focus on education. He graduated with honors from U.C. Berkeley, with degrees in Economics and Neurobiology, and earned an M.B.A. from UCLA. Sanjay now is a freelance copywriter and lives with his wife and endlessly energetic identical twin daughters in Los Angeles, CA, where he sometimes bemoans the monotony of the pleasant weather.

# # #

1 comment:

  1. This books sounds really cute. My granddaughter is almost four years old and really into princesses, mostly Disney. This sounds like a fun princess story with a twist.


I love comments. Please feel free to leave a comment. I would love to talk to you further

Get widget
Dear Readers: At this time all giveaways on Maria's Space are for the United States unless otherwise noted.