Best Read [Caryl Hart Sarah Warburton] ñ The Princess and the Presents || [Science Fiction Book] PDF ¸


  • Title: The Princess and the Presents
  • Author: Caryl Hart Sarah Warburton
  • ISBN: 9780763673987
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Hardcover

  • High up in the tower, little Ruby lounged in bed My special day must be the best or else the princess said.Princess Ruby is the most spoiled princess you could ever meet And when it s her birthday, there are so many presents that the palace literally bulges at the seams But when the palace and gifts finally collapse on the poor king, the tiny tyrant realizes that sheHigh up in the tower, little Ruby lounged in bed My special day must be the best or else the princess said.Princess Ruby is the most spoiled princess you could ever meet And when it s her birthday, there are so many presents that the palace literally bulges at the seams But when the palace and gifts finally collapse on the poor king, the tiny tyrant realizes that she has overlooked the most precious thing of all.
    Caryl Hart Sarah Warburton
    Caryl Hart is an award winning children s author who writes picture books and young fiction Her books have won 7 regional awards and been shortlisted for 5 She lives in Derbyshire, England with her husband, two daughters, two fluffy black cats and a bouncy black labrador called Roo She loves walking, cafes and snuggling Her favourite place is the library because it s warm and full of books.Caryl runs creative literacy workshops in schools, libraries and for festivals Find out on her website carylhart


    Commentaires:

    Elisabeth
    Wish the king father had a little more backbone.

    Erica
    Princess Ruby's birthday is coming. She has a long list of demands for gifts. Her father the king is going to make sure that Princess Ruby receives everything she wants. Then her birthday finally arrives and no gift is good enough for what she wants. Her father has given her so many presents that the house begins to crumble with a terrible outcome. Amongst the rubble, Ruby realizes that with all of the presents she only wants one thing her dad. This is a wonderful story about a bratty, spoiled g [...]

    Lynn
    Princesses may line up for this one based on the cover, but may be disappointed in the excessive greed of the princess. Rhyming text comfortably paced. Original idea that too many presents make the house crash (where is the queen?) and bury the father king, resulting in the princess realizing her greed created a big problem.Full color illustrations, including the end papers, support plenty of pink.Would be great to read before certain holidays to discuss needs vs wants, and being grateful.

    ESF Tsing Yi
    This story of a bratty princess who takes it for granted that she will always get what she wants, and what happens when she learns the true value of things, is a popular one at school. the colour scheme and detailed illustrations allow lots of room for discussion, and it's a great one for talking about IB concepts of reflection and positivity. Its energetic rhyming structure makes it a lot of fun to read aloud.

    Alexsys O
    An alright read, good message about material things versus family time. Simple but cute illustrations help to accent the story and help with visualization of the story. The bright colors of the illustrations help to set the tone as well without distracting from the work.

    Elisabeth
    When I was a teenager, my mom, my three-year-old sister, and I went on an excruciating road trip with my mom's coworker and her three-year-old daughter, Alexis. We drove from western Washington to Edmonton, Alberta--about a 15 hour drive. I will never forget Alexis. She dressed herself every day; she only wore ruffled princess dresses. She packed all of her belongings for the trip herself in three giant black trash bags. Digging through the bags, one's hands encountered toys, toys, random articl [...]

    Barbara
    As Princess Ruby's birthday approaches, her father and their servants. work hard to fulfill her every wish. But the princess is spoiled rotten and selfish beyond belief. She even pitches tantrums when she doesn't get her way or doesn't receive everything she wanted. Her obliging father brings forth even more gifts, causing the palace to topple and trap the poor man. As rescuers work desperately to save him, Ruby realizes that all the presents in the world can't substitute for a father's love. Sh [...]

    Jozsef Barna
    I borrowed this book from my friend’s daughter as she has a good range of picture books. This is a rhyming story of an overly spoiled princess who gets a little too much for her birthday. She is terrible to everyone and just couldn’t have enough presents until the moment she nearly loses what she most treasures, her daddy. After that she appreciates more the company of her loved one. The book also demonstrates an unconventional family unit, the single dad with one child, could be a starting [...]

    Den
    Another new book arrived in my class today and I had the perfect Princess-mad pupil to read it with.It ties in nicely as it is also this girl's birthday soon and she could see straight away how unreasonable the princess was being by demanding everything and anything she has ever wanted. It is lovely at the end when her dad is saved from under the mountain of presents that she realises that actually she only wants him and that none of the presents are actually worth as much as him.

    AbsentLibrarian
    Great Idea and love the illustrations. The switch in attitude was to sharp for me and took me out of the story. However, I really liked the ending and the message of the book. Again, the illustrations were very well done.

    Diane
    Move over Varuca Salt, here comes Princess Ruby. Her birthday is on the horizon and she is demanding the best presents ever. Her father, the King, lovingly obliges. But when the amount of presents causes the house to collapse, Ruby realizes what is really the most important present in her life.

    Mary
    The first few pages of this book have you cringing at the antics of this princess, but by the end, she has amended her ways and she does grow on you. This is a good book to read to kids who might have some trouble seeing what is really important in the world.

    Audrey K.
    I read this book to granddaughter Kelsey todaye checked it out from her library.

    Mary Lee
    For princesses and their dads.

    Lisa
    The pictures were cute but the story that little girl was horrid even though at the end it turned out better. BLAHHHHH

    Selena
    Wonderful story especially in this world of entitled children that we live in. I hope all children don't have to almost lose a parent to learn this lesson.

    Mehsi
    A cute book, that is really recommended.

    Kathleen Dixon
    This is a brightly coloured little morality tale about a spoilt-brat princess and what happens when she demands too much!

    Laura
    A greedy little princess learns to appreciate what really matters -- her kind and generous father.

    Bookworm's Nemesis
    Fun picture and nice rhyming story. A princess who learns what's more important on her birthday.

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