A Treasury of Princess Stories

A Treasury of Princess Stories

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This collection of stories will delight the princess inside all its young readers. Full of magic and happily-ever-afters, these 13 tales, both contemporary and classic, conjure up all the romance, glamour and fun of a princess's fairy-tale world.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 13mm | 164g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753413426
  • 9780753413425
  • 2,177,618

Table of contents

The Princess and the Frog - Brothers Grimm retold by Vivian French; The Princess's Handkerchiefs - Margaret Baker; Mousey and Sulky Puss - Geraldine McCaughrean; The Wrestling Princess - Judy Corbalis; The Terribly Plain Princess - Pamela Oldfield; The Twelve Dancing Princesses - Brothers Grimm retold by Fiona Waters; The Spider in the Bath - Joan Aiken; The Seventh Princess - Eleanor Farjeon; The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood - Charles Perrault retold by Virginia Haviland; Petronella - Jay Williams; The Princess Who Met the North Wind - Wendy Eyton; The Cat-King's Daughter - Lloyd Alexander; The Princess and the Pea - Hans Christian Andersen retold by Fiona Waters.show more

Review quote

"Streets ahead of the competition" - Daily Telegraph "Anthologies for dipping into again and again..." The Sunday Times"show more

About Fiona Waters

Fiona Waters has spent all her working life with children's books. She has been a bookseller and editor, and now runs a book club, working closely with UK schools and libraries. She is a consultant, a reviewer and an expert compiler, whose previous anthologies include the acclaimed Golden Apples poetry collection (William Heinemann) and Stories for Bedtime (Orchard). Fiona Waters lives in Dorset. Patrice Aggs was born in Detroit, Michigan, but moved to London to study Fine Arts at the City & Guilds Art School. She works full-time as a painter, illustrator and printmaker. She has illustrated many books for children, including The Sleepy Book, Soft and Noisy, Why Count Sheep? and The Visitor, as well as The Kingfisher Treasury of Ballet Stories. She lives in Sussex.show more

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3 28% (7)
2 4% (1)
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