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Thorn in Her Side (Princess School #7)

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Briar Rose is in a prickly predicament. Can she keep from getting stung?

Nobody is surprised when Rose lands the part of Princess Perfecta in the school play. At first Rose bristles at once again being cast as perfect, but soon she throws herself into her role--especially her scenes opposite Nettle, who plays the Scary Fairy. Everyone else is wary of sour little Nettle, but
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Paperback, 144 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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These are cute little books. There are however becoming less and less relevant and with thinner story-lines. This book was about a little flower fairy that had the unfortunate mischance to be born a nettle flower. There could have been so much more but no, the crux of the story was reveled in the last few pages and the story was over.
Leslie
This was another book that my (now 6 year old) daughter and I read together as a bedtime book. We both decided it was not what we were expecting, but we both enjoyed it. I think it is probably targeted at children who are closer to the 8 year old range.
Sarika K.
This is a (very slow) classical story about fathers and daughters. In this story, Snow White tries to cure her returned father of the amnesietic curse Maladora cast on him.
Alli
I remember these!!! I read them in, like, 3rd grade!!!!! They were actually very good then.
Emily
Nov 03, 2008 Emily rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone who likes a fractured fairy tale!
Recommended to Emily by: Friends
I loved this book! We're learning about fractured fairy tales--PERFECT!
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what number is this book?
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Recommends it for: princess lovers
Recommended to Jenise by: no one
not my favorite
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Jane B. Mason grew up in a large family in northern Minnesota. She has written books for kids of all ages under many names and on many subjects, among them ghosts, Jedi, detective duos, princesses, twins, mean girls, and slam books.

Jane has lived in the midwest and on both coasts, but appears to have settled in Oakland, California, and writes almost every day at either a friend's dining room tabl
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