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The Paper Bag Princess

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 25,905 Ratings and 1,620 Reviews

Book Description
Elizabeth, a beautiful princess, lives in a castle and wears fancy clothes. Just when she is about to marry Prince Ronald, a dragon smashes her castle, burns her clothes with his fiery breath, and prince-naps her dear Ronald. Undaunted and presumably unclad, she dons a large paper bag and sets off to find the dragon and her cherished prince. Once she's tracked down the rascally reptile, she flat... More
Book Information
PublisherAnnick Press Limited
BindingBoard book (18 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages28
Publication Date09/01/2009
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About Robert N. Munsch (Author) : Robert Munsch was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 11, 1945. Munsch is well known for creative storytelling and animated expressions and voices. Robert Munsch performs at schools and festival... more
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About Michael Martchenko (Illustrator) : Michael Martchenko is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Michael Martchenko include Shoe Shakes, Stephanie's Ponytail (Annikins), Thomas' Snows... more
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Reader Comments
9/9/2010 Jessica Bouchard said: A great book! This book teaches both boys and girls to remember that it is the person that counts, not what they have or don't have. (and she shows girls how to stand up for themselves in a man's world :)
tags: I recommend, Inspired me, I read

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5/28/2010 Heather Kephart said: Loved it! Even my three year old son liked it. The dragon was hopelessly cute.
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9/3/2009 D. Murdoch tagged as: I recommend

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2/3/2009 Lisa Knasiak tagged as: I recommend, I read

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9/26/2008 celia Leary said: Great fun story with a strong fiesty girl main character
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6/28/2008 Adaora A

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5/2/2008 Julie Shore said: So refreshing to read a fairy tale-ish book with something other than the typical princess. One of my favorite girl power books.
tags: I recommend

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3/7/2008 Jen Savage tagged as: I recommend, Inspired me, I read

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