Poppy loves ballet and is sure she'll be picked to play Coppelia in the Big Show. But when her best friend Honey gets the part, Poppy is so cross that she doesn't even want to be friends anymore! Will Poppy realize how important friendship is in time to be a true ballerina princess on the night of the show?
Poor Poppy is feeling very down in the dumps - so much so she doesn't even believe she is a true princess any more. She is envious of her best friend because Honey is being taken on loads of fabulous outings by her parents, Dad is working really hard, Grandpa always seems to be busy with his vegetable garden and Mum is tired all the time because of her big baby bump! To make things even worse, Poppy is convinced that everyone likes Honey more than they like her.
Poppy and Honey are going on holiday to France to stay with Honey's parents in an enormous castle called Chateau Lafayette. They can't wait. It is the first time Poppy has ever been on an aeroplane and it is also the first time she has ever stayed in a castle. It is all so exciting. But when they arrive, everything is not quite as it seems.
Poppy is really excited because she and Mum are working at Cousin Saffron’s sewing shop for the day while Saffron minds Poppy’s baby brother and sister, Angel and Archie. She is absolutely sure it is going to be the most brilliant day ever because the shop is so fabulously glamorous and she’ll get to chat to customers all day. But things start to go wrong when Poppy gets a bit carried away with all the village gossip she hears!
When Poppy and her best friend Honey go to Riverside Stables, they fall in love with a gorgeous chesnut pony called Twinkletoes. But poor Twinkletoes is not well, and the girls must help to get him better before they can ride him. But it takes forever. Will Poppy and Honey ever get to be proper pony princesses?
Poppy is putting on a play in her garden! But there's so much to do - she will need tickets and costumes and actors and a story. Her best friend Honey is taking part, and so are her cousins Daisy and Edward. Everyone in the village will be there for the performance, so Poppy wants to make sure everything is just perfect. But when Poppy starts ordering everyone around, the others name her Princess Bossy Boots, and won't help her any more.
After a trip to visit her teenage cousin, Daisy, in Camomile Cove, Poppy is desperate to be as cool as she thinks Daisy is. In order to fulfil her ambition Poppy decides that the first thing she needs to help her become a bit cooler is money. Along with her best friend, Honey, Poppy dreams up some brilliant money-making schemes. The second thing Poppy thinks she needs is more freedom. She is fed up with being treated like a baby.
Poppy and Honey play together every break time until the day when Poppy decides to join the Blossom Tree Club. She simply can’t wait to be one of the gang but Honey is not so keen, she is perfectly happy playing fairy princesses with Poppy. Things soon go wrong when the club members start picking on Honey and when they not only break the blossom tree but smash the school green house during Poppy's induction into the club.
There's a new girl in Honeypot Hill and she and Poppy instantly become friends. They're getting on really well – Abigail's so talented, she plays the piano and the violin – until Poppy starts showing off . . . Will Poppy be brave enough to admit to Abigail that she got a bit carried away, and will she realize that everyone is good at different things and that there’s no need to be jealous of your friends, so that she can be a true princess?
Poppy and Honey can't wait for Saffron's wedding. They are going to be bridesmaids, and they both have the most beautiful dresses to wear! Everyone in Honeypot Hill is busy making sure that Saffron and David’s wedding is the most perfect day ever. But just before the ceremony, disaster strikes - and it's all Poppy's fault! Will Poppy be brave enough to do the right thing so that Saffron's special day can be perfect after all?
It’s Fair Day in Honeypot Hill, and Poppy is almost bursting with excitement! There’s a carousel, ice cream and the Fair Day Ball that night. And she finds the most perfect princess dress at cousin Saffron’s stall...but will she have enough pennies to buy it? There’s even an extra special surprise in store for Saffron at the Fair Day Ball....
It's Poppy's birthday and she's really excited. She simply can't wait to be a birthday princess! But everyone seems so busy - it's as if no one cares about her enough to remember her special day. They can't all have forgotten...can they?
Poppy is so excited that her mum is going to have twins and she can't wait for them to be born. But when the babies come at last, things don't turn out quite as Poppy expected and her life is turned upside own! Will Poppy learn to get used to life with the twins and realize that whatever happens she is still Mum's little princess?