Que fastidio ser princesa!

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When Princess Nona has simply had enough of being a princess, she leaves her parents’ palace and takes her destiny into her own hands, searching for a way of life that’s more to her liking. After all, being a fairytale princess isn’t easy. She can’t make mistakes, or yawn, or scratch her nose. She must be discreet, play the harpsichord, smile all the time, and wait for her Prince Charming to arrive. Children will follow along on Nona’s adventures as she tries new things and meets new people, until she finally ...

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Overview

When Princess Nona has simply had enough of being a princess, she leaves her parents’ palace and takes her destiny into her own hands, searching for a way of life that’s more to her liking. After all, being a fairytale princess isn’t easy. She can’t make mistakes, or yawn, or scratch her nose. She must be discreet, play the harpsichord, smile all the time, and wait for her Prince Charming to arrive. Children will follow along on Nona’s adventures as she tries new things and meets new people, until she finally figures out what makes her happy. This story written in verse emphasizes values such as equality, the importance of being oneself, and having the courage to follow one’s dreams.

Cuando la princesa Nona se harta de ser princesa, abandona el palacio de sus padres y toma control de su propio destino, yendo en busca de un estilo de vida que le plazca más. Pues al fin y al cabo, ser una princesa de cuentos de hadas no es fácil. No puede cometer errores, o bostezar, o rascarse la nariz. Tiene que ser muy discreta, tocar el clave, sonreír todo el tiempo y esperar la llegada de su Príncipe Azul. Los jóvenes lectores seguirán las aventuras de Nona mientras prueba cosas nuevas y conoce a gente nueva, hasta que por fin descubre lo que la hace feliz. Esta historia escrita en verso enfatiza valores tales como la igualdad, la importancia de ser uno mismo y tener el valor necesario para ir en busca de los sueños propios.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788415241140
  • Publisher: Cuento de Luz SL
  • Publication date: 10/5/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 28
  • Sales rank: 1,387,518
  • Age range: 5 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 10.30 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Carmen Gil is the award-winning author of more than 70 children’s books, including Celeste, la estrella marina; El hada Roberta; ¡Qué miedo!; and the award-winning La sonrisa de Daniela. Daniel Montero Galán is the award-winning illustrator of numerous children’s books, including El caimán azul, Mi primer Eduardo Mendoza, and Zooilógico.

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