A bedtime story about a princess
I Want a Bedtime Story! by Tony RossI liked the idea, just wish the princess hadnt been demanding/grouchy. Perhaps you can still read it to your kiddos if you use the right, upbeat, reflections in your voice. It shows kids that reading is great and that often its where parents get their ideas from. :)
Ages: 4 - 7
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11 Disney Princess: Story Book
Once upon a time there was a Princess. Many a suitor came to the palace to win her hand in marriage, but it seemed to the Princess that each one of them looked at her without really seeing her at all. She took the ball to the palace yard and threw it higher and higher. One time she threw it extra high and when she ran to catch the ball, she tripped on a tree stump. The ball fell and plopped right down into the royal well!
Once upon a time there were three beautiful princesses. Their names were Kimmy, Katie, and Kristen. Kimmy was 3, Katie was 5, and Kristen was 8. They all lived in a manor, with butlers, maids, cooks, and lots of people. But the princesses did not treat them like slaves, they treated them with respect and kindness. She was very kind, and taught her three girls how to treat all people with respect and kindness.
As today, we have 79 classic fairy tales. More to come soon T here was once a Prince who wished to marry a Princess; but then she must be a real Princess. He travelled all over the world in hopes of finding such a lady; but there was always something wrong. Princesses he found in plenty; but whether they were real Princesses it was impossible for him to decide, for now one thing, now another, seemed to him not quite right about the ladies. At last he returned to his palace quite cast down, because he wished so much to have a real Princess for his wife. O ne evening a fearful tempest arose, it thundered and lightened, and the rain poured down from the sky in torrents: besides, it was as dark as pitch.
Once upon a time there were two little princess girls named Kaitlyn and Kara. They loved to play outside in their tree house. It had a tire swing, a telescope on the roof, a table and chair inside, and a great little porch. They even attached a bucket to a rope so it would be easy to bring things up and down. Kaitlyn and Kara had very creative imaginations and were always making up wonderful adventures.
Your child is fascinated by the shades of pink and purple, loves sparkly gowns, wants a unicorn and their current obsession is with all things glittery. Whether your child is smart and tough like Princess Merida or ethereal like the Princess that slept on the pea, there is a princess story to delight everyone. Princess stories for kids can be simple or intricate having lots of twists and turns. Stories about princesses need not necessarily be all about exquisite things, some princesses are adventurous and heroic too. In this post, MomJunction has compiled 11 enthralling short princess stories for children to read and enjoy.
Once upon a time there was a beautiful young girl named Noel. She lived in a regular sort of house, in a regular sort of neighborhood, with a regular sort of family. In spite of the fact that her family loved her very much, she felt that her mother, father and sister were all rather regular. Noel liked to dance, and dreamed of one day becoming a famous dancer, and she also liked to sing, and dreamed of one day becoming a famous singer. But in the meantime, Noel had a secret life, a life not even her sister or mother or father knew about. Noel was secretly learning to be a Princess! No one in the entire world knew about this, except for one person.