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The Princess and the Pea: A Retelling of the Hans Christian Anderson Fairy Tale
This title covers these subjects: Fairy tales., Folklore., Princesses -- Fiction.
The Princess and the Pea: A Retelling of the Hans Christian Anderson Fairy Tale
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The Princess and the Pea: A Retelling of the Hans Christian Anderson Fairy Tale

By feeling a pea through twenty mattresses and twenty featherbeds, a girl proves that she is a real princess.

 
Dewey398.2
GenreFairy Tales & Fables
  
Reading LevelGrades K-3
Interest LevelGrades K-3
GRLK
Lexile Level460L
ATOS Level2.3
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #72167
  
  
ISBN978-1-4048-9256-9
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2004
  
Page Count32
LanguagesEnglish
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price
$39.99
 


 
 

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School Library Journal - Anne Knickerbocker, formerly of Cedar Brook Elementary School, Houston, TX

"Adaptations of two of Hans Christian Andersen's well-loved stories. The plots stay true to the originals, thus assuring popularity. In order to keep the books on a beginning reading level, much of the imagery from the original versions has been dropped and the texts are made up of short, easy sentences. Children will enjoy reading these tales on their own and finding out about the beautiful mermaid who longs to become human and the princess who wakes up black and blue after sleeping on 20 mattresses atop a small pea. Average-quality watercolor illustrations accompany the texts. Suitable choices for libraries building up their easy-reader collections." - School Library Journal

January 31, 2004

Susan Blackaby

Susan Blackaby

Susan Blackaby started writing in Mrs. Nichols' third grade class at Green Gables. She didn't think of becoming a writer until she had tried a few other things, including goat milking and weaving. Over the past 20 years, Susan has written textbooks, workbooks, and readers by the dozen for kids in elementary school. In 2002, her first trade book, Rembrandt's Hat, was named one of the top ten picture books of the year by the Washington Post. Susan lives in Portland, Oregon, with two people, two labs, and the nicest kitty in the world.

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