The princess who sets off to save the prince

For brave princesses and shy princes

A modern fairy tale about the princess who is to marry. But first she has to be kidnapped by a dragon and rescued by the chosen prince. But as things sometimes go, everything turns out differently, the dragon is old and has forgotten his glasses, so he kidnaps the prince trembling with fear instead of the princess. But the princess doesn‘t put up with that, she jumps on her horse, rides after the dragon, frees the prince from the tower in which he is locked up.

 

From the Press:

„Not only on International Women’s Day should we remember that there are still great differences in the education of girls and boys. And that there is still a long way to go to achieve absolute equality. Therefore: start early! Also with books. In this fairy tale, everything is different: the dragon is old, has poor eyesight and accidentally kidnaps the prince. So the princess has to step in to save him.“ Stuttgarter Zeitung

‚The Princess Who Went Out to Save the Prince‘ […] is fun because [it] parodies outdated roles: […] The princess’s hour has come – and the heroine proves to be not only clever but, moreover, non-violent – another twist that makes the book a pleasure to read aloud.“ Susanna Wengeler, BuchMarkt


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