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The paper bag princess. /

A princess follows a dragon who has kidnapped the prince she was going to marry.

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  • "This best selling modern classic features a princess who rescues a very snooty -- and ungrateful prince. Features narration by author, Robert Munsch."
  • "A princess follows a dragon who has kidnapped the prince she was going to marry."@en
  • "When a dragon burns off her clothes with his fiery breath, Elizabeth puts on a paper bag and follows the dragon."
  • "When a dragon burns off her clothes with his fiery breath, Elizabeth puts on a paper bag and follows the dragon."@en
  • "A princess follows a fiery dragon trying to get her prince back."
  • "A princess follows a fiery dragon trying to get her prince back."@en
  • "Une historia sobre una princesa que se deshace de un dragón terrible, que ha estudo quemando bosques. Ella se da cuenta que és mejor ser una princesa lista que una princesa bonita."
  • "A dragon eats the prince's clothes, destroys the kingdom and captures the prince, leaving only a paper bag for the princess to wear."
  • "AU Author. Elizabeth was a beautiful princess. She lived in a castle and had princess clothes. She was going to marry a prince named Ronald. Unfortunately a dragon smashed her castle, burnt all her clothes with his fiery breath, and carried off Prince Ronald. When a dragon destroys Elizabeth's possessions and captures Prince Ronald, Elizabeth decides to chase after him. Wearing only a paper bag, she outwits the dragon and rescues Ronald. But is he worth all the effort? 3 yrs+"@en
  • "When a dragon burns her castle and all her clothes, Elizabeth puts on a paper bag and follows the dragon."@en
  • "Together in one play list, the English and Spanish versions of 2 TumbleBooks: The Paper Bag Princess, La princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel."
  • "Princess Elizabeth outwits a dragon to save her prince. But her prince does not appreciate what she has done for him."@en
  • "Discover the story of Robert Munch, Michael Martchenko, and how "The Paper Bag Princes" came to be published."@en
  • "Discover the story of Robert Munch, Michael Martchenko, and how "The Paper Bag Princes" came to be published."
  • "a prince is kidnapped by a dangerous dragon, and the dragon's breath burns up all the clothes in the palace. The princess who loves the prince can only find a paper bag to wear when she goes to rescue her love. Cleverly tricking the dragon, she enters the cave where the prince, still beautifully dressed, is held captive. Is true love rewarded? No! He at once complains she's "a disaster" badly dressed, dirty and all messed up. She replies that he is a fine and handsome prince--but completely useless. "And, in the end, they didn't marry.""
  • "Elizabeth was a beautiful princess. She lived in a castle and had princess clothes. She was going to marry a prince named Ronald. Unfortunately a dragon smashed her castle, burnt all her clothes with his fiery breath, and carried off Prince Ronald. When a dragon destroys Elizabeth's possessions and captures Prince Ronald, Elizabeth decides to chase after him. Wearing only a paper bag, she outwits the dragon and rescues Ronald. But is he worth all the effort?"
  • "When a dragon destroys her castle and takes off with Prince Ronald, Princess Elizabeth decides to chase the dragon and get Ronald back."@en
  • "When a dragon destroys her castle and takes off with Prince Ronald, Princess Elizabeth decides to chase the dragon and get Ronald back."
  • "A princess falls on bad fortunes due to a dragon ravaging her kingdom. The dragon has also kidnapped her prince-fiance and she sets out to rescue him, instead of being the traditional damsel in distress--Résumé de l'éditeur."
  • "Princess Elizabeth outwits a dragon to save her prince, but her prince does not appreciate what she has done for him."@en
  • "Better Beginnings 40 More for 4s and 5s. AU Author. Elizabeth was a beautiful princess. She lived in a castle and had princess clothes. She was going to marry a prince named Ronald. Unfortunately a dragon smashed her castle, burnt all her clothes with his fiery breath, and carried off Prince Ronald. When a dragon destroys Elizabeth's possessions and captures Prince Ronald, Elizabeth decides to chase after him. Wearing only a paper bag, she outwits the dragon and rescues Ronald. But is he worth all the effort? 3 yrs+"
  • "A princess outsmarts a dragon and gets rid of him for good. In the process, she finds that it is better to be a smart princess than a pretty one."
  • "Elizabeth, a princess, outwits a dragon to rescue Ronald, the prince she intends to marry. But when she discovers that Ronald, who looks like a prince and acts like a bum, she decides not to marry him after all."
  • "Princess Elizabeth is set to marry Prince Ronald when a dragon attacks the castle and kidnaps Ronald. In resourceful fashion, Elizabeth finds the dragon, outsmarts him, and rescues Ronald--who is less than pleased by her un-princess-like appearance."
  • "In this bestselling modern classic, Princess Elizabeth is slated to marry Prince Ronald when a dragon attacks the castle and kidnaps Ronald. In resourceful and humorous fashion, Elizabeth finds the dragon, outsmarts him, and rescues Ronald-who is less than pleased at her un-princess-like appearance."@en
  • "When a dragon comes along and burns all Elizabeth's clothes and smashes her castle, Elizabeth wears a paper bag until she recovers her possessions."@en
  • "First published in 1980 and with over four million copies in print, The Paper Bag Princess (the story of a resourceful princess and her useless prince) has captured the hearts of readers young and old all around the world. The New York Times called it "one of the best children's books ever written" and it has appeared countless times on "best books" lists. The story reverses the "princess and dragon" folklore stereotype and celebrates feisty females everywhere, making it a firm favourite with female readers of all ages, as well as women's groups, teachers and librarians."
  • ""...Un dragón destruyó el castillo, quemó toda la ropa con su aliento de fuego y secuestró al principe Ronaldo." Los cuentos infantiles y discos de Robert Munsch divierten a niòos de todo el mundo. Robert comenzó a narrar cuentos en un centro infantil para calmar a los niòos a la hora de siesta. Los ninos exigían un cuento nuevo todo los días. "La princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel" es número 219 de una serie de cuentos. Robert es padre de tres hijos quienes tambien le piden que invente cuentos."
  • "Elizabeth decides to chase the dragon and get Ronald back."
  • "Elizabeth, a princess, is slated to marry Ronald, a prince, when a dragon comes along, smashes her castle and carries Ronald away. In a resourceful and very humorous fashion, Elizabeth finds the dragon, out-smarts him, and rescues her prince."
  • "Una princesa sigue a un dragón terrible para recobrar a su príncipe y se da cuenta que es mejor ser una princesa lista que una princesa bonita."
  • "Elizabeth (the princess) decides to chase the dragon and get Ronald (her prince) back."
  • "Elizabeth, a beautiful princess, is all set to marry Ronald, her prince, when a dragon comes along and forces her to rethink her plans."
  • "Elizabeth, a beautiful princess, is all set to marry Ronald, her prince, when a dragon comes along and forces her to rethink her plans."@en
  • "2-4 yrs."
  • "Elizabeth, a beautiful princess, is all set to marry Ronald, her prince, when a dragon comes along and forces her to rethink her plans. Suggested level: preschool, junior."
  • "After her castle and clothes are destroyed by the dragon, Princess Elizabeth, dressed only in a paper bag, sets out to rescue Prince Ronald, who was taken captive. On board pages."@en
  • "After her castle and clothes are destroyed by the dragon, Princess Elizabeth, dressed only in a paper bag, sets out to rescue Prince Ronald, who was taken captive. On board pages."
  • "When a dragon burns up her castle and clothes, and kidnaps the prince she was planning to marry, Princess Elizabeth tricks the dragon into falling asleep, only to discover that her prince isn't so wonderful after all."@en
  • "When a fierce dragon destroys her castle and clothes, and carries off the prince she was going to marry, a brave and resourceful princess cleverly outwits the dragon."
  • "When a fierce dragon destroys her castle and clothes, and carries off the prince she was going to marry, a brave and resourceful princess cleverly outwits the dragon."@en
  • "After her castle and clothes are destroyed by the dragon, Princess Elizabeth, dressed only in a paper bag, sets out to rescue Prince Ronald, who was taken captive."
  • "After her castle and clothes are destroyed by the dragon, Princess Elizabeth, dressed only in a paper bag, sets out to rescue Prince Ronald, who was taken captive."@en
  • "The Princess Elizabeth decides to chase the dragon and get Ronald back."@en
  • "Elizabeth, a princess, outwits a dragon to rescue Ronaldo, the prince she intends to marry. But when she discovers that Ronaldo, who looks like a prince, acts like a bum, she decides not to marry him after all."
  • "Elizabeth outwits the dragon that ate her castle and burned all her clothing."
  • "A princess follows a fiery dragon trying to get her prince back and finds that it is better to be a smart princess than a pretty one."

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  • "Paper bag princess La princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel /"
  • "The paper bag princess. /"@en
  • "La Princesa Vestida Con Una Bolsa De Papel/Paper Bag Princess : Spanish /"
  • "THE PAPER BAG PRINCESS."
  • "Tumblebooks"
  • "Paper bag princess."
  • "La princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel."@en
  • "The paper bag princess : the story behind the story."@en
  • "The paper bag princess / Story, Robert N. Munsch ; art, Michael Martchenko."
  • "The Paper bag princess /"
  • "Paper Bag Princess"@en
  • "The paperbag princess /"
  • "The paper bag princess /"
  • "The paper bag princess /"@en
  • "Tumble books"
  • "The paper bag princess 25th anniversary edition : the story behind the story /"@en
  • "La princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel"
  • "The paper bag princess : story /"
  • "La Princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel /"
  • "The paper bag princess : and other stories /"
  • "The paper bag princess : Annick Press Ltd /"@en
  • "La princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel /"@en
  • "La princesa vestida con una bolsa de papel /"
  • "The paper bag princess."@en
  • "The paper bag princess."
  • "The paper bag princess"
  • "The paper bag princess"@en

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