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by Renee Ting

  • ISBN: 1885008279
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Renee Ting
  • Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
  • Other formats: azw doc txt lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Shen's Books (March 31, 2005)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • FB2 size: 1165 kb
  • EPUB size: 1601 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 445
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In Renee Ting's The Prince's Diary, the classic fairy tale is told through diary entries and from the perspective of. .I found the book, the Prince's Diary, a very refreshing read

In Renee Ting's The Prince's Diary, the classic fairy tale is told through diary entries and from the perspective of Prince Stephen. In The Prince's Diary, the young Prince Stephen has fallen in love with a beautiful girl. But he doesn't know her name, so he calls her Cinderella. The handsome prince's days are spent working on boring kingdom business. I found the book, the Prince's Diary, a very refreshing read. The very last page grabbed my heart, as I know it will yours.

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Whatever comes, she said, cannot alter one thing. If I am a princess in rags and tatters, I can be a princess inside

Whatever comes, she said, cannot alter one thing. If I am a princess in rags and tatters, I can be a princess inside. I just turned on my computer to look up som. ven Later on Sunday. Just when I thought things might be looking very slightl. onday, October 13, Algebra. When Lars pulled up in front of Lilly’s building to.

The book author, Renee Ting, also happens to be the President and Publisher of Shen’s books, publisher of multicultural children’s literature. Elizabeth O. Dulemba, the talented illustrator of the Prince’s Diary, also blogs quite actively as could be seen here

The book author, Renee Ting, also happens to be the President and Publisher of Shen’s books, publisher of multicultural children’s literature. I visited their site and it is just literally bursting with so much information, it’s wonderful. Dulemba, the talented illustrator of the Prince’s Diary, also blogs quite actively as could be seen here. I also love the fact that she has created an Activity Page of the Prince’s Diary for kids to really engage with the characters in the story and the art work!

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Anybody else’s dad, if his kid’s picture was on the front of the Post, would say, "Maybe you should skip school for a few days until things calm down. Anybody else’s dad would have been like, "Maybe. you should change schools. How do you feel about Iowa? Would you like to go to school in Iowa?"But oh, no. Not my dad. Because he’s a prince. And he says members of the royal family of Genovia do not "go home" when there is a crisis

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Young Prince Stephen has a problem: how to find the girl he calls Cinderella. He has seen her from afar, but figuring out how to meet her proves difficult. In this charming version of the Cinderella story, take a peek at the Prince's personal diary as he tells the well-known tale from his point of view. Find out what the Prince was feeling when he first met Cinderella, and what he really thinks about her stepsisters! All your questions will be answered: Did Cinderella have a fairy godmother? Did the Prince try a glass slipper on every girl in the kingdom?

In this version of the Cinderella tale, the Prince tells his side of the story through diary entries.
Reviews about The Prince's Diary (7):
Honeirsil
This book is a refreshing twist on the Cinderella story. Not only is it told from the prince's perspective, but it also allows Cinderella to have a mind of her own. The fairy tale elements, the godmother and the happily ever after, have been omitted. Instead, Cinderella sneaks over to the palace on her own on the night of the ball. Prince Stephen likes her in spite of her worn out clothes and hard labor. Even the glass slipper is immaterial. It's actually age appropriate for early elementary school children; rather than a story with marriage and gorgeous clothes as the ultimate goal, the prince's big coup at the end is to eat a snack with the girl of his dreams.
Kison
Didn't fit with the compare and contrast lesson I was doing on fairy tales and different versions of them. Not a memorable story at all. Donated the book to charity.
Kikora
A cute new take on a classic story. Discover the story of Cinderella through the prince's eyes. Done in diary format, it will teach children a different way of looking at how history is created. :-)
Makaitist
Everyone knows the story of Cinderella and her Prince Charming. In Renee Ting's The Prince's Diary, the classic fairy tale is told through diary entries and from the perspective of Prince Stephen.

In The Prince's Diary, the young Prince Stephen has fallen in love with a beautiful girl. But he doesn't know her name, so he calls her Cinderella.

The handsome prince's days are spent working on boring kingdom business. His free time is a series of meetings, arranged by his mother, with women who might become his wife. But what Prince Stephen wants to do is meet his Cinderella.

The Prince's Diary gives us the "true" story of what the Prince thinks about the stepsisters, what really happened at the gala ball--and the truth about the glass slipper is finally revealed.

The illustrations are inviting, whimsical, charming and humorous and will appeal to children. The story is a fun, quirky and new take on the traditional story of Cinderella. Children from age 5 to 9, as well as adults will enjoy the story of how "happily ever after" actually happened.

Armchair Interviews says: If you want a change from the familiar, The Prince's Diary is a good choice.
misery
The Prince is the character from the Cinderella tale, retelling this classic from an unusual perspective. On the date June 19 in his diary, the Prince writes, "I saw Cinderella again today! I was out inspecting a section of broken fence when she came into view...carrying a basket of wet clothes that she hung out to dry." The story follows the traditional story line, but seems fresh and embellished in being told once again from this novel perspective.
Vutaur
We've all heard Cinderella's version of her "happily ever after" story, but what about her Prince? This delightful book gives us his version of events, and provides a fresh perspective on a well known tale. The diary format allows us to get inside the Prince's head as his mother tries to find the perfect match to be his wife. Kids will love the accident prone Prince, while parent should find the new point of view a refreshing change of pace.
Malien
this one could have been better --- great idea for a book, but the story needed some oomph!

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