How to Become a Perfect Princess in Five Days

How to Become a Perfect Princess in Five Days Princess Stringbean isnt your average princess She isnt prim and proper and would rather go for a run than sit inside and stay unsoiled and pretty The Queen sends Princess Stringbean to a school to tu

  • Title: How to Become a Perfect Princess in Five Days
  • Author: Pierrette Dubé Luc Melanson
  • ISBN: 9781607543763
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princess Stringbean isnt your average princess She isnt prim and proper and would rather go for a run than sit inside and stay unsoiled and pretty The Queen sends Princess Stringbean to a school to turn her into a perfect princess Hilarity ensues as Princess Stringbean tries to fit in and be the flawless princess that her mother wants, until she realizes shes pretty perPrincess Stringbean isnt your average princess She isnt prim and proper and would rather go for a run than sit inside and stay unsoiled and pretty The Queen sends Princess Stringbean to a school to turn her into a perfect princess Hilarity ensues as Princess Stringbean tries to fit in and be the flawless princess that her mother wants, until she realizes shes pretty perfectjust as she is.

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      Pierrette Dubé Luc Melanson

    About Author

    1. N e Valleyfield Qu bec en 1952, Pierrette Dub compl te des tudes en lettres l Universit de Montr al et en traduction l Universit McGill Apr s quoi, elle est correctrice d preuves et r viseure la revue S lection du Reader s Digest Depuis 1990, elle est traductrice au gouvernement canadien.Pierrette Dub a publi une dizaine d albums dont le premier en 1988, Le roi G d on, paru aux ditions du Raton Laveur Elle a collabor un collectif de nouvelles et a particip la r daction de manuels scolaires Certaines de ses nouvelles ont t publi es dans des magazines C est en d couvrant la litt rature jeunesse avec ses enfants qu elle a eu le go t d crire Elle aime qu un conte soit rythm , comme une chanson Mademoiselle Gertrude ditions du Raton Laveur 1989 Ses personnages sont parfois parents avec ceux des contes de f es avec des rois et des princesses Comment devenir une parfaite princesse en 5 jours ditions Imagine 2006 Cependant, il lui arrive aussi de mettre en sc ne des enfants aux prises avec des petits probl mes de la vie quotidienne Nom de nom ditions du Raton Laveur 1992 et Maman s est perdue Les 400 coups 2005 Elle consid re que m me dans la vie quotidienne, la fantaisie et l humour ne sont jamais bien loin c est ainsi qu on trouve parfois un papa gar au rayon des objets perdus En 1985, on lui d cernait le troisi me prix au Concours de nouvelles la radio de Radio Canada En 1996, Pierrette Dub a re u le Prix du livre M Christie pour Au lit, princesse milie , paru aux ditions du Raton Laveur en 1995 Nom de nom et Au lit, princesse milie ont fait partie du Palmar s Communication Jeunesse des livres pr f r s des jeunes.

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    1. It s not entirely this book s fault that it was the straw that broke the camel s back, the camel being my tolerance for princesses who break the mold but are forced to conform only to fail and teach everyone around them to accept them as they are books The thing that always bothers me is that they go to these princess schools and ALL the other girls are doing everything right the obvious question is WHY ARE THESE GIRLS IN PRINCESS SCHOOL TO BEGIN WITH Especially a five day crash course, which is [...]


    2. It was not in Princess Stringbean s nature to walk with dainty steps or keep her hair and her dresses looking neat and perfect The moment her feet hit the dirt, she s off and running What else can a royal mother do but send her daughter to Perfect Princess Academy When the class is over, Princess Stringbean receives a full refund from the academy instead of a diploma, but she manages to bring home a trophy that make her mother proud A nice twist on a princess story that shows that everyone, even [...]


    3. Princess Stringbean loves to run But running isn t princess like, so her mother decides to send her to a class guaranteed to make her into the perfect princess Poor Stringbean just can t get the hang of her classes and is sent home in apparent disgrace But when she accidentally joins a race and wins, the queen realizes that her daughter is the perfect princess just as she is



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