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The Princess and the Pea: The Graphic Novel (Graphic Spin) Paperback – 1 Sep 2009


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One stormy night, a mysterious woman knocks at the castle door. She claims to be a true princess but the Queen has her doubts. She concocts a clever scheme to test the girl and all it takes is a single dried pea.

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Princess and the Pea retelling in a graphic novel format 29 Nov. 2009
By Mint910 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The illustration in The Princess and the Pea are comparable to manga. While personally I'm not yet a fan of that style it could attract a big audience. The panels are laid out for anyone regardless of age to follow along with. The reading level on this is 1.8 or Guided Reading Level: L.

I thought it was exciting to see a classic tale told in a graphic novel format. Would be good for children learning to read or anyone interested in trying out a graphic novel. Having the familiar storyline to hold onto when reading a new format/genre is great I think. I expected it to be a bit longer but the short length I suppose makes sense for the reading level it is geared towards.

The book also includes a short biography of Hans Christian Andersen, information about the retelling author and the illustrator, a history of The Princess and the Pea and discussion questions, writing prompts, and a glossary.
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