The Princess and the Pea
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The Princess and the Pea

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The timeless tale of the prince who wants to marry a princess and decides to use a tiny vegetable to testwhether her royal lineage is real

Too many girls pretend to be princesses these days—real princesses are actuallyvery hard to find.
Unless, that is, you have a pea. One stormy night a young woman drenched with rain seeks shelter in the prince's castle. She claims to be a...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published October 10th 2012 by Orion Children's Books (first published August 1st 2011)
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Terry Gonzalez
This book is one of he many adaptions of a popular fairytale. The Princess and the Pea is about a young prince who is in search of a real princess. With may young woman claiming to be real princesses, it is difficult to find one who is in fact a real princess. One night, a princess is left behind by her chauffeur and the princess stumbles across the residency of the prince. When she arrives, she tells the prince's parents that she is a princess. They provide hospitality for her but are doubtful...more
Carol
This was a very cute easy reader version of a classic fairy tale. The pictures are charming and the text is simple and easy to read.
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Sally Gardner grew up and still lives in London. Being dyslexic, she did not learn to read or write until she was fourteen and had been thrown out of several schools, labeled unteachable, and sent to a school for maladjusted children. Despite this, she gained a degree with highest honors at a leading London art college, followed by a scholarship to a theater school, and then went on to become a ve...more
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