The princess who had no kingdom

Summary:

This is the story of a princess who feels a little bit lost and different because she doesn’t have a kingdom, and so isn’t the princess of anywhere. This book tells the story of the search for her very own kingdom.

Comment:

The book is in the vein of the classic fairy tale, rather than trying to adapt or subvert the fairy tale. The princess is a typical princess, who is pretty and wants to find a prince, but who is also independent, self-reliant, and has depth of character. Significantly, this book does not belittle the dreams associated with the typical princess story but adds depth and meaning to these desires.

Edited by: Centre for Children’s Literature and Culture Studies (Ireland)

Author(s): Jones, Ursula

Illustrator(s): Gibb, Sarah

Publisher: Orchard Books

City: London

Year: 2010

Pages: 32

ISBN: 9781846167997

Age Range: 6 - 10

Language: EN

Original Language: EN

Keywords: Empowerment, Princess/prince, Relationships

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