The Princess Tales, Volume II Gail Carson Levine Mark Elliott The Princess Tales Volume II In a land far far away A boy with magical powers to win Princess Charming s heart A fairy who likes turning humans into toads A true love forbidden by the King A world of fairies and magic what coul
  • Title: The Princess Tales, Volume II
  • Author: Gail Carson Levine Mark Elliott
  • ISBN: 9780060560430
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
The Princess Tales, Volume II Gail Carson Levine Mark ElliottIn a land far, far away .A boy with magical powers to win Princess Charming s heart A fairy who likes turning humans into toads A true love forbidden by the King.A world of fairies and magic what could be perfect than that But is it perfect enough to help a simple farm boy marry a beautiful princess And if an unruly fairy turns a maiden into a toad, how doeIn a land far, far away .A boy with magical powers to win Princess Charming s heart A fairy who likes turning humans into toads A true love forbidden by the King.A world of fairies and magic what could be perfect than that But is it perfect enough to help a simple farm boy marry a beautiful princess And if an unruly fairy turns a maiden into a toad, how does she turn herself back And can a fairy even a helpful one change a stubborn king s law Welcome to a land where Princess Charming saves the day, the prince must kiss the toads, and nothing is as it seems Now in one volume, three hilarious chances at happily ever after from the Newbery Honor author of Ella Enchanted Cinderellis and the Glass HillFor Biddle s SakeThe Fairy s Return
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  1. I love Gail Carson Levine These stories are not deep, but they are cute and fun These are maybe on a 2nd 4th grade level, but I sure enjoy them.

  2. Not as good as the first, but LOVED the last story, so much Interesting re tellings of classic tales, though I m not quite sure what the Fairy s Return is based off of.

  3. This was a cute book too I think I liked the stories here a little better than the first It s a set of three stories again The first is Cinderellis His name was orignially Ellis until his brothers renamed him Cinderellis likes to invent things, but his creations are all powders that when sprinkled on an object make it grow, shrink, fly, etc Of course he uses his creations to win the contest for the Princess.The second is a twist on the Frog Prince This one is a girl nicknamed Parsley because tha [...]

  4. A sweet little collection that can be read on on its own as easily as it can be read to kids, Levine s second volume of The Princess Tales provides a nice twist on three easily recognizable fairy tales From gender swapping in Levine s version of Cinderella to the addition of frog magic in Rapunzel, Levine doesn t hesitate to play around with the traditional stories, while still being true to their core elements While not as charming as Ella Enchanted though to be honest, nothing has ever quite c [...]

  5. Cinderellis is about a boy Cinderella who is always working and trying to please his brothers Princess Marigold has no friends Her father who is king always leaves her alone to go in another quest To see who should marry his daughter, there is a contest to see which man can get their horse to climb the glass pyramid.The second book is about Parsley, a girl who only eats Parsley She gets in trouble from the fairy Bombina, Til she sees her beautiful smile Parsley falls in love with Prince Tansy.Th [...]

  6. This book collects three fairy tale adaptations The three tales are charmingly cute and gently humorous, with plucky and selfish and humble and silly protagonists trying to find suitable mates Not exactly intellectually meaty, but with issues of gender that fit a modern teenage reader Positive.

  7. I really enjoyed these lighthearted fairytale retellings by the author of Ella Enchanted.All of them were a combination of a well know fairytail Cinderella, Frog Prince Rapunzel, and the Golden Goose with a lesser know fairytail Princess and the Glass Hill and two others I don t know the names of

  8. Daughter and I are reading these stories together She s a 5th grader and hates reading long books This is a nice collection of short stories in a bigger volume which looks he part of a long chapter book with the satisfaction of a quick read The are easy fun summer reading to build her fluency and stamina.

  9. I liked this set of three tales Cinderellis and the Glass Hill, For Biddle s Sake, and the Fairy s Return better than the first volume Although the stories are still completely silly and mixed up fairy tales, Levine shows a defter and mature hand in this batch I especially enjoyed the story of Cinderellis.

  10. Love these books My daughter and I read Ella Enchanted together and I was so impressed that I looked up these other books by her They are all very quirky books about giving fairy tale princess their own voice Great for all girls

  11. I love the gender bending nature of these re tellings, there s a bit of the old story, but a lot of the new These ones in particular are designed for ages 5 7, but there aren t too many pictures, so they re good ones to read out loud.

  12. This is the second collection of princess tales The stories in it are quite entertaining also There are interesting twists in these stories also Cinderella isn t a girl, and his name is Cinderellis I really liked this collection.

  13. Gail Carson Levine is one of those amazing authors who never put out anything that isn t amazing I wish her novels had existed before I was an adult because they would have been right up my alley in middle school Of course they are still up my alley and I m 40 so I guess it doesn t really matter.

  14. Sweet, silly, enjoyable tales Happy endings, magical peril and obsessions with vegetables I love fairytales, and anyone who does will love these.

  15. These are fun little stories that twist the classic fairy tales just a bit Fun reads especially for kids.

  16. These books were great for a rainy day, when I needed a fantasy world to easily escape to for the day I read each of them twice throughybe thrice.

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