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Who's The Fairest? (Princess School #2)

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Can Snow White's friends help her face the wickedest witch of all...her own stepmother?

The Maiden Games are fast approaching and Snow White is frozen with fear. It's bad enough that Princess School will be facing off against the nasty witches who attend the nearby Grimm School. But Snow's awful stepmother, Malodora, is one of the Grimm School's judges, and her icy stare al...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Julie
I'm a little disappointed in this one. The games turn out to be less like the hunger games or the triwizard tournament and more like field day at elementary school. Or a company picnic.

There are some interesting little competitions. The three-legged race, not so much. But full contact maypole. Awesome. Each team is going one way around the maypole and the first team to get a player's ribbon wrapped 10 times around the pole wins. Reminded me a little of what I know of roller derby. (What I know o...more
Nicole
Jun 28, 2008 Nicole rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anybody, princess or knight, witch or stepsister!
Recommended to Nicole by: ?
The only reason that I took away a star was because the book is short. the whole series should have been compiled together into one book. It is a delightful book, It is about four girls who attend princess school, and their adventures.(Ella, Snow, Rose, Rapunzel) Don't walk away from the book just because it looks boring, being about princesses, sir knight! It is hilarious at some times, referencing other fairy tales that become part of it. This one is about Snow, and she is 'frozen with fear' o...more
Sarah Sammis
I enjoyed this book. I read it on an afternoon when I was suffering from a cold and didn't have the brain power to handle a longer book. The story is rather straight forward, rival schools compete for a prize that is awarded once a year. Our heroine must conquer her personal fears to help the Princess School beat the Grimms (Witch School). The book is peppered with cute references to the various fairy tales these princesses are taken from and anyone who is familiar with the stories can guess at...more
Hannah
This series is sweet and simple. The viewpoint will switch from the main princess's point of view to a different point of view every other chapter. They teach about the importance of friends, family, forgiveness and bravery. The girls may become jealous of each other, they may become angry, but they will eventually apologize. They are forgiven and the girls band together to help sort out whatever problem was being dealt with in that book.
Kelly
Apr 25, 2008 Kelly added it
Shelves: princess-school
The Maiden Games(a game for princess)were approching and Snow White was frozen with fear because er evill step-mother was grading the games and she was very scared of her step because her step made her father lost in the dark and stormy weather all alone and was planning to make Snow White leave the house but when she found out that her father didn't leave because h needed too her step made him so Snow White ran away and her step was very happy.
Melodee
Mar 04, 2011 Melodee rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: young girls
This is a cute series. No big exciting twists or anything, but perfect for my 3rd grade girl. It's a fun idea to put Rapunzel, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and Cinderella in Princess Training school together and they work together to solve their problems. I enjoyed seeing them develop their own personalities. It's age appropriate, which is about all you can ask for at this level.
Lizi
i read this book in fourth grade and can't rmember it but apparently i like it so ,uch i mad it my email address princessschool_books unlike any normal person would have done. ;)
Anne
I really like this book because it is different than the movie of Snow White, so I learned new things about her.
Ally
I don't care if this book is considered too young for me. I love this series and I will continue to keep reading it!!
Twyla
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Julia
Very good: don't be jealous of your friends, don't doubt your friends, and stay away from apples.
Hannah
Jul 28, 2008 Hannah rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: kids and kids at heart
I love little short books about things like princesses its the little 2 year-old in me
Lori
Daughter's book report book - Cute little story using the popular Disney princesses.
Taylor
Jul 28, 2009 Taylor added it
Shelves: funny, princess
2nd one in the series. about teen princes
like snow white and others.
Doremili
Una historia muy mona. Buena para niñas y sin muchas emociones
Katie
it is really cute. it is about snow white and her princess freinds.
Mackenzie
i read this in the 3rd grade! hahaha
Madeline
this book was a great one to!!!!!!!!!!!
Brandi
A fun addition to the series.
J
This is a fun series.
Vinita 12
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Maya
Nov 22, 2011 Maya added it
nice
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