- Pappbilderbuch: 28 Seiten
- Verlag: Annick Press; Auflage: Brdbk (1. September 2009)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1554512115
- ISBN-13: 978-1554512119
- Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 36 Monate - 5 Jahre
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,6 x 15,2 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 30 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 107.769 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
The Paper Bag Princess (Englisch) Pappbilderbuch – 1. September 2009
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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 flatters him into performing all sorts of dragonly stunts that eventually exhaust him, allowing her to rescue Prince Ronald. But what does Prince Not-So-Charming say when he sees her? "You smell like ashes, your hair is all tangled and you are wearing a dirty old paper bag. Come back when you are dressed like a real princess." (At least he has the courtesy not to mention that the princess's crown resembles a dying sea anemone.) In any case, let's just say that Princess Elizabeth and Prince Ronald do not, under any circumstances, live happily ever after. Canadian author Robert Munsch celebrates feisty females everywhere with this popular favorite, and Michael Martchenko's scratchy, comical, pen-and-ink drawings capture the tongue-in-cheek quality of this read-aloud crowd pleaser. (Ages 4 to 8) --Karin Snelson -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe.
Like the original, this version will be sure to charm young children and is a must-have for any preschool library--Kristen Ferguson"Canadian Materials" (01/08/2010)
[Review of earlier edition: ] A charmingly-illustrated tale of strength for princesses of all ages.--Mari Farthing"MetroFamily Magazine" (04/01/2010)
[Review of earlier edition: ] Some of the best children's books ever written have been about girls -- like The Paper Bag Princess.
In this new board book version, the original story of The Paper Bag Princess is shorter and simplified for preschool readers. Michael Martchenko's original pictures also illustrate the story in this edition for young readers. Munsch's plot and the humour remain intact in this new version, and toddlers will still enjoy the classic lines, "But you are a BUM!" Readers will also take pleasure in the different coloured and sized fonts as well as illustrations within the text which are interspersed throughout the book. This makes telling the story to youngsters fun and also helps emergent readers follow along as they listen to the story. A board book format for this new version is ideal as this is a story which will be read again and again and will be able to last for years of enjoyment. This simplified board book version of The Paper Bag Princess introduces preschoolers to the magical world of stories by Robert Munsch. Like the original, this version will be sure to charm young children and is a must-have for any preschool library. Highly Recommended.--Kristen Ferguson"Canadian Materials" (01/08/2010)
[Review of earlier edition: ] One of the best princess stories ever told, Elizabeth turns the princess stereotype on its head, empowering young girls to be true to themselves.--Elizabeth Shaffer"BC Parent" (10/01/2005)
[Review of earlier edition: ] A great girl-power story.--Carol Sjostrom Miller"Familyfun" (02/01/2005)
[Review of earlier edition: ] The tale of a princess who, although faced with adversity, saves the day and wins the prize. A charmingly-illustrated tale of strength for princesses of all ages.--Mari Farthing"MetroFamily Magazine" (04/01/2010)
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An ordinary princess would dissolve into heartbroken sobs at this point, but Elizabeth is anything but ordinary. For modesty's sake, she grabs the only covering available, a paper bag, and sets out to find the dragon and rescue Ronald. The dragon tells her to go away -- he's too full to eat a princess at the moment. Not to be put off, Elizabeth tricks the dragon into proving just how mighty he is, and exhausting himself in the process. When the dragon is soundly asleep, Elizabeth opens the door to the dragon's lair and finds Ronald.
Ronald, who, for want of a better word, is a royal jerk, doesn't even say "thank you." Instead, he shakes his finger at Elizabeth and scolds, "Elizabeth, you are a mess! Your hair is all tangled and you are wearing a dirty old paper bag. Come back tomorrow when you are dressed like a real princess." As you might guess, Elizabeth tells him off and goes skipping into the sunset. Even my four year old, usually the champion of any prince in any tale, cheers for Elizabeth at the end. As for his sister, well, Ronald just confirms her theory that no boy is as good as her dad (except for maybe one certain boy in her class, but that's another story altogether).
Die Zeichnungen sind hübsch und die Geschichte ist besonders für Mädchen mal was anderes...
Dass die Prinzessin mal den Prinzen retten muss fand ich toll.
This book is funny and not at all didactic, quick and easy to read. It's understandable for children from five up, but appeals to adults, too. I've read it to my Guatemalan maid, who was being forced to marry against her will and had just managed to escape the marriage. She loved the book and took it home to read it to her little brother and sister. This is an ideal work to help girls and boys see themelves as equals, to help them realize that marriage isn't the solution to all life's problems, and to understand that boys, just like girls, can be spoiled and foolish. It also suggests that when a boy friend or girl friend is vain and foolish, rather than pining one can look elsewhere for love and understanding. This book should be in every library worldwide!
Wie die Prinzessin den Prinzen rettet und dann allein und glücklich in den Sonnenuntergang rennt... Endlich mal ein realistisches Bild vom Leben ;-)
Leider ist die deutsche Version nicht so schön illustriert.
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It's a funny story, but given the accolades the book has received, I was a little disappointed in it, perhaps unfairly.Vor 10 Monaten von Ami Mami veröffentlicht
What a cute story! Nothing daunts the Princess or stops her as she deals with the dragon's destruction of her life (and her clothes!). Lesen Sie weiter...Am 16. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht
I've been reading Munsch since childhood - but re-reading this book for a Children's Lit course was a delight. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 15. Mai 2000 von belladena
When a friend finally (got) up her courage to dump anunappreciative boyfriend, I sent her a copy of The Paper BagPrincess. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 11. Mai 2000 von Angela Belt
I got this book for my daughter's 3rd birthday and she loves it. She especially likes reading about how the princess outsmarts the dragon. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 2. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht
This is like the TV show of Fractured fairytales, only better - more contemporary. Our princess is lucky enough to find out before she gets hitched that the prince probably... Lesen Sie weiter...Am 1. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht