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What if princesses didn't always marry Prince Charming and live happily every after? This stunning anthology features 15 favorite fairytales retold for a new generation. From Sleeping Beauty who becomes a world-famous sleep disorder specialist to Cinderella who goes on to become Prime Minister to Little Red Riding Hood, the environmentalist and Princess of the Wolves, these princesses are smart, funny, and kind, and can do anything they set their minds to. Retold to create positive role models for children, these feisty, funny fairytales focus on issues such as self-image, confidence, LGBTQ, friendship, advocacy, and disability, teaching that a princess is a person who seeks to help others, is open to learning new things, and looks for ways to add purpose to their lives and the lives of those around them. Power to the princess! -- from Amazon.

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Clifton Springs Library j398.2 Mur (Text)
Children's Nonfiction
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  • ISBN: 9781786032034
  • ISBN: 1786032031
  • Physical Description: 95 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
  • Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Lincoln Children's Books, 2018.

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General Note:
"15 favorite fairytales retold with girl power."--Cover
Formatted Contents Note:
Bella the brave -- The little mermaid -- Rapunzel -- The snow queen -- Elisabeth and the wild swans -- Cinderella -- The goose girl -- Star and the twelve dancers -- The princess and the pea -- Zade and the 1001 ideas -- Thumbelina -- Little red riding hood -- Sleeping beauty -- Snow white -- Evangeline and the Frog Prince.
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What if princesses didn't always marry Prince Charming and live happily every after? This stunning anthology features 15 favorite fairytales retold for a new generation. From Sleeping Beauty who becomes a world-famous sleep disorder specialist to Cinderella who goes on to become Prime Minister to Little Red Riding Hood, the environmentalist and Princess of the Wolves, these princesses are smart, funny, and kind, and can do anything they set their minds to. Retold to create positive role models for children, these feisty, funny fairytales focus on issues such as self-image, confidence, LGBTQ, friendship, advocacy, and disability, teaching that a princess is a person who seeks to help others, is open to learning new things, and looks for ways to add purpose to their lives and the lives of those around them. Power to the princess! -- from Amazon.
Subject: Princesses > Juvenile literature.
Feminism > Juvenile literature.
Fairy tales.
Genre: Fairy tales.


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