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Princess and the Pea de Lauren Child
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Princess and the Pea (edição: 2006)

de Lauren Child (Autor)

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Presents a re-telling of the well-known fairy tale of a young girl feels a pea through twenty mattresses and twenty featherbeds and proves she is a real princess.
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Título:Princess and the Pea
Autores:Lauren Child (Autor)
Informação:Puffin (2006), 44 pages
Coleções:Grade 2 Classroom, Sua biblioteca
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Fantastic book with scenes made out of dollhouse furniture and cutout illustrated characters. So much fun! ( )
  Emily_Harris | Dec 22, 2020 |
"The Princess and the Pea" is a timeless fairy tale. The Princess wanders into a dark forest and is found by a Prince. He invites her inside to stay the night. The Queen decides to make the princess a bed with 12 feather mattresses. The Princess tosses and turns all night and has the worst sleep of her life. In the morning, she admits that the bed was not at all comfortable. The Queen is delighted because only a "true princess" would feel the pain of a small pea under all of those mattresses. I liked reading this version because it had very modern illustrations and photographs on each page. ( )
  eniehaus | Oct 1, 2019 |
The Princess and the Pea is a classic fairy tale that I have heard again and again. The story is about a Prince searching for his real Princess who is mesmerizing, fascinating, and has a certain "Something!" While the Prince is disappointed in his choices in a bride, he loses hope. One stormy night a lost Princess wonders to the castle cold wet, and tired. The Queen wants to test and see if the beautiful girl is in fact a Princess. The Queen places a tiny pea under 12 mattresses. The Princess doesn't sleep at all and the tiny pea leaves her black and blue. The fact that the tiny pea left the girl tired and sore proved she was in fact a "real" Princess. The Prince and the Princess fall in love and live happily ever after. Lauren Child gives this classic tale a fun twist with her snarky way with words. I truly, loved the way Lauren almost poked fun at the classic fairy tale. For example she states "But the Prince did the traditional fairy-tale find-your-self-a-bride-thing of riding far and wide looking through out the kingdom for a real princess." My daughter also loved this rendition of the princess and the pea. The story still followed the traditional fairy-tale and in the end the Prince finds his Princess. ( )
  SarahTrenticosta | Feb 25, 2018 |
"Princess and the Pea" is a retelling of the classic story. A prince wants to find his true love with a "real" and genuine princess. He finds it difficult to find one he's interested in because he is very picky. One day, a "real" princess stumbles upon the castle asking for shelter from a storm. The prince's parents test her in different ways to see if she is truly a "real" princess. The mother even puts a pea under numerous mattresses arranged for her to sleep on to see if she complains. The princess ends up explaining the awful sleep she had but shows how grateful she was for their help. The prince instantly realizes upon meeting her that he has a strong connection with her. With all of these factors, they all realized she was a "real" princess. Her and the prince end up living happily ever after. The style of the story is quite similar to other versions of this story, but still entertaining. The illustrations in this book are definitely the star of the show though. The characters were made into paper dolls and put on physical sets to display the story. Using this method showed a unique way to tell the story that I've never come across before. I was very fascinated by all of the drawing of the characters, the details in the setting, and the lighting of the photographs. These photographs truly captured the theme and style of the classic story, but also showed to be unique. ( )
  goreyes | Sep 22, 2016 |
The Princess and the Pea, is about a prince trying to find his princess and one true love. When a young beautiful princess knocks on the front door of the castle because she has wondered from home while admiring the moon. And is caught in the rain, the nearest place to go to was the prince's castle. The queen gives her a place to sleep and in the twelve mattresses she hides a pea. The princess was not able to sleep at all. This story is a great source for a read aloud and to be used as a lesson on character, setting, beginning, middle, end, problem, and solution.
  AngelaCarchi | Sep 3, 2016 |
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