Multcolib My Librarian Diana: Princess books and the feminist mom
Annotation:These thirteen folktales have one thing in common: brainy, brawny, brave heroines who use their cunning, wisdom, and strength to succeed. I found this an especially well-written collection of stories.
Annotation:In a land that has stood barren, parched by drought and ravaged by frosts since the Queen's death, the King sets his three daughters the task of making the kingdom bloom again, and discovers that sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest difference.
Annotation:Will Thorfinn choose the princess who promises him wealth, the princess who promises power, or the princess who is full of love and happiness? And, just as important, will that princess choose Thorfinn in return?
Annotation:Princess Hyacinth is bored and unhappy sitting in her palace every day because, unless she is weighed down by specially-made clothes, she will float away, but her days are made brighter when kite-flying Boy stops to say hello.
Annotation:All the central characters in these folk tales, gathered by Ethel Johnston Phelps, are spirited females-decisive heroines of extraordinary courage, wit, and achievement who set out to determine their own fate. Some of their stories are comic, some adventurous, some eerie, and some magical.
Annotation:Author Kathleen Ragan gathered tales from around the world, from regions as diverse as sub-Saharan Africa and Western Europe, from North and South American Indian cultures and New World settlers, from Asia and the Middle East. These 100 folktales celebrate strong female heroines.
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Your child is clamoring for books about princesses, but a lot of them don't exactly share your values. On this list, you'll find books you'll be happy to read to the princess-obsessed youngster.