The princess and the packet of frozen peas /Material type: BookPublisher: Atlanta : Peachtree Publishers, 2012Edition: 1st U.S. ed.Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781561456352 :; 1561456357.Title notes: $16.95 10-2013 (db)Subject(s): Princesses -- Fiction | Princes -- Fiction | Princesses -- Juvenile fiction | Princes -- Juvenile fiction | Princesses -- Fiction | Princes -- FictionSummary: Prince Henrik makes a plan to find a wife who is nothing like his royal brother's wife, who he thinks is too sensitive.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
In this modern take on the Princess and the Pea, Prince Henrik decides that sometimes real princesses can be too sensitive!<br> Prince Henrik wants to marry an outdoorsy kind of girl, so instead of a single pea tucked into a pile of bedding, Henrik tests prospective brides with an entire packet of frozen peas shoved under a flimsy camping mattress. Henrik despairs as princess after princess complains, until one day the just-right girl shows up unexpectedly in the form of his old friend, Pippa. Pippa is all too happy to join Henrik in pitching a tent or playing a hard game of hockey, after which she finds the perfect use for that packet of frozen peas!<br> In this remix of the fairy tale, Tony Wilson and Sue deGennaro deliver a freshly humorous take on one prince's search for the girl of his dreams.
$16.95 10-2013 (db)
Prince Henrik makes a plan to find a wife who is nothing like his royal brother's wife, who he thinks is too sensitive.