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Title: A Treasury of Princess Stories (Kingfisher Treasury of Stories)
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Language: English
Category: Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths
Publisher: Kingfisher Books Ltd (February 20, 2006)
Pages: 160

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This story is a The Kingfisher Treasury of Princess Stories is a collection of fairy tale stories about princesses. The first story in the book is called the The Princess and the Frog. In this story, a princess is left home alone and told to play with anything but her fathers orb. The princess, of course, takes it outside the second her parents leave. She drops it into the well and a frog fetches it for her in exchange for a kiss. The frog turns into a prince in the end and promises to marry her.

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A collection of stories about all kinds of princesses, by such authors as Joan Aiken, Lloyd Alexander, and Hans Christian Andersen. Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City New York. Donor bostonpubliclibrary.

Series: Kingfisher Treasury of Stories. com Product Description (ISBN 0753405776, Paperback). Princesses conjure up an image of a glittering fairy-tale world to which children - especially little girls - are drawn. This is an anthology of a diverse collection of stories, from the sleeping beauties of traditional tales to the feisty heroines of modern fiction. see all 3 descriptions). Library descriptions. A collection of stories about all kinds of princesses, by such authors as Joan Aiken, Lloyd Alexander, and Hans Christian Andersen.

Book DescriptionThis sparkling title features stories by renowned children"s authors, including Joan Aiken, Virginia Haviland, Eleanor Farjeon, and Vivian French.

She liked the book because they weren't the usual princess stories (she doesn't like the princess stories anymore). It was exciting because she didn't know what would happen next. There were funny parts also-a mouse in a dress riding a chicken.

Kingfisher Treasury of Stories Margaret Clark; Illustrated by Mark Robertson Kingfisher. The Kingfisher Treasury of Dinosaur Stories. Kingfisher Treasury of Stories Chosen by Jeremy Strong; Illustrated by Clive Scruton Kingfisher. Kingfisher Treasury of Stories Linda Jennings; Illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus Kingfisher. This collection celebrates the rich tradition of folktales from around the world with sixteen stories from different cultures, including Africa, India, Scandanavia, and Russia.

This treasury of troublesome baby dragons, charmed cities and a boy whose magic fiddle makes people dance is sure to entrance all aspiring spell makers and breakers. Thirteen stories from all around the world - from fairy tales and folk legends to modern magical tales - conjure up a bewitching brew of mystery and enchantment. Magic is the stuff of childhood and many of the very best children's stories. This sparkling collection features spells and spell-breakers, witches and wizards, tricksters and enchanters, in a strange and mysterious blend of traditional and contemporary tales from around the world. This is a spellbinding collection to capture the imagination of any child. Pages: 160. Publisher: Kingfisher Books Ltd Published: 18 Aug 2003 ISBN 10: 0753408694 ISBN 13: 9780753408698 Children’s book age: 5-7 Years.

Grade Level: 3 - 4. Series: The Kingfisher Treasury of Stories (Book 12). Paperback: 157 pages. Publisher: Kingfisher (October 3, 2003). These stories would be wonderful read aloud. They would be a nice family tradition. The stories of ethnic variety; russian, .

Reviews: 3
Perdana
A couple of weird stories
Bort
My granddaughter is able to read a chapter from many different books. When she reads one that she really enjoys, I encourage her to read the whole book that contains that chapter. It's a great way to introduce her to many classic stories.
Capella
This is a review by my 7 year old daughter. She liked the book because they weren't the usual princess stories (she doesn't like the princess stories anymore). It was exciting because she didn't know what would happen next. There were funny parts also--a mouse in a dress riding a chicken. She read it all the way through in one day.