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Book Title: The Princess School Treasury (Princess School, #1-3)|
The author of the book: Jane B. Mason
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 28.39 MB
Edition: Scholastic, Inc.
Date of issue: January 28th 2006
ISBN 13: 9780641766725
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Actual Rating : 4.5/5
I read this book as a re-hash of my childhood, to be honest. I bought it quite a while ago, just as I saw it in a thrift store, and it's been sitting unread on my bookshelf ever since. I figured now was the time to finally pick it up again. For this review, because there are three stories contained in the one book, I will rate them each individually.
If The Shoe Fits : 4/5
I did like the introduction of each of the princesses quite a lot, as well as their actions throughout the story; however, and I make no secret of this, I've never liked the way Cinderella submitted to her stepmother and stepsisters' every whim. I know that it automatically must be included in all adaptations and parts of Ella's story, but, regardless, it made this story just a little less enjoyable than the rest of them.
Who's The Fairest? : 5/5
Heads down my favourite story of the three, because it centers around my favourite princess of the four: Snow. I don't want to give anything away about the story, but let's just say that, in my opinion, Snow has the greatest foe to overcome.
Let Down Your Hair : 4.5/5
Again, this one I liked a lot, and is my second favourite of the three. Conveniently enough, Rapunzel is almost my second favourite girl of the foursome. It definitely also had a lot of action going one, and was fun to read--even though I did sort of rush on this one, to be honest.
All in all, it was a worthwhile way of passing the time, and infinitely relaxing--nostalgically speaking. I did successfully remember why I loved these books as a child, and I can definitely see myself revisiting them if I ever need that "warm blanket and hot chocolate" feel again. That's exactly what I think that everyone will get from this book.
Read information about the authorJane B. Mason grew up in a large family in northern Minnesota. She has written books for kids of all ages under many names and on many subjects, among them ghosts, Jedi, detective duos, princesses, twins, mean girls, and slam books.
Jane has lived in the midwest and on both coasts, but appears to have settled in Oakland, California, and writes almost every day at either a friend's dining room table or a little studio in her back yard, where she has a purple loveseat, a whole lotta books, and an odd selection of trinkets she has unwittingly been collecting since she was a child.
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