Book of Princess Stories

Author: Rh Value Publishing

Publisher: Crescent


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 223

View: 852

A collection of seventeen fairy tales about princesses, including "The Princess Who Could Not Cry" and "The Princess Whom Nobody Could Silence."

A Book of Princesses

5 Favourite Princess Stories

Author: Sally Gardner



Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 91

View: 226

Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, The Frog Prince, and The Princess and the Pea are the five most beloved princess stories in all of children's literature. In these fresh retellings, just right for reading aloud, the magic of the tales combines with the charm of the illustrations to delight anyone who loves a princess.

The Barefoot Book of Princesses

Author: Caitlin Matthews

Publisher: Barefoot Books


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 63

View: 344

Turandot grew even more beautiful, but her heart was like ice.

The Book of Princesses

Author: Amaris Osei-Poku

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 50

View: 931

My books are realistic fiction, which means it could also happen in real life. Or sometimes, l make informational books like Mother’s Day or the Bible. l can make all sorts or types of books. Also, if you don’t know, l can sometimes make children books that are meant to make you laugh. l make books for kids to have fun with reading and learning. Anyway, l hope when you read one of my books, you will enjoy them and have fun with reading too.

The Book Of Princes And Princesses (Illustrated & Annotated Edition)

Author: Andrew Lang

Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag


Category: Europe

Page: 422

View: 193

All the stories about Princes and Princesses in this book are true stories out of old books of history. There are some children who make life difficult by saying, first that stories about fairies are true, and that they like fairies; and next that they do not like true stories about real people, who lived long ago. I am quite ready to grant that there really are such things as fairies, because, though I never saw a fairy, any more than I have seen the little animals which lecturers call molecules and ions, still I have seen people who have seen fairies - truthful people. Now I never knew a lecturer who ventured to say that he had seen an ion or a molecule. It is well known, and written in a true book, that the godmother of Joan of Arc had seen fairies, and nobody can suppose that such a good woman would tell her godchild what was not true - for example, that the squire of the parish was in love with a fairy and used to meet her in the moonlight beneath a beautiful tree. In fact, if we did not believe in fairy stories, who would care to read them? Yet only too many children dislike to read true stories, because the people in them were real, and the things actually happened. Is not this very strange? This book is fully illustrated and annotated with a rare extensive biographical sketch of the author, Andrew Lang, written by Sir Edmund Gosse, CB, a contemporary poet and writer. Contents: Napoleon His Majesty The King Of Rome The Princess Jeanne Hacon The King Mi Reina! Mi Reina! Henriette The Siege Baby The Red Rose The White Rose Richard The Fearless Frederick And Wilhelmine Une Reine Malheureuse The 'Little Queen' Two Little Girls And Their Mother The Troubles Of Queen Elizabeth

The Tall Book of Princesses

Author: Aleksey Ivanov

Publisher: Harper Collins


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 80

View: 462

Illustrates eleven classic fairy tales about princesses, including "Cinderella," "Rapunzel," and "Sleeping Beauty."

Big Book of Princess Stories

Author: Miles Kelly

Publisher: Miles Kelly Publishing


Category: Fairy tales

Page: 96

View: 872

Big Book of Princess Stories is a wonderful collection of four classic fairytales for kids aged 3+. The stories included are Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and The Princess and the Pea Large pages with brightly coloured illustrations bring fairy tale characters to life Large text and humorous language encourage children who are learning to read and appeal to kids who enjoy story time Categories: 3+ years, Big Book Of, fairy-tales, fiction, Picture Book, princess, Princess Time, SUMMARY Each story in Big Book of Princess Stories has been simply retold and beautifully illustrated with a dedicated artwork style, full of charm and detail, to delight young children again and again. The thick pages help little hands turn each page more easily, making this a perfect first book of magical stories.

Jahanara, Princess of Princesses

Author: Kathryn Lasky

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 186

View: 191

Experience the sumptuous wealth and the unforgettable drama within the Moghul Dynasty of seventeenth-century India through Newbery Honor- author Kathryn Lasky's diary of Princess Jahanara. In the 1600s, the Moghul emperors of India were among the greatest and most superb rulers of the East. Jahanara is the daughter of one of these powerful figures, Shah Jahan, The Magnificent. A lover of refinement, his courts are of the finest architecture, priceless painting, unbelievable gardens, and ultra-fabulous wealth. Jahanara, the oldest and favorite of his children, is showered with emeralds and diamonds and rubies. She is attended by numerous servants and learned tutors. But her world is not one of complete

My Very First Book of Princesses

Author: Caitlín Matthews



Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 63

View: 608

7 world folktales. Exquisite watercolour and ink illus. 6 yrs+