Princess Charming

Rapunzel s no damsel in distressbut is she cut out to compete as a knight in shining armor The Charm School for Boys is holding their annual jousting tournament and Rapunzel s friend Prince Val is a favorite to win the titleanks to Rapunzel s coaching Val can out joust any prince but can he compete against a prince ess Rapunzel knows she has the skills to win, bRapunzel s no damsel in distressbut is she cut out to compete as a knight in shining armor The Charm School for Boys is holding their annual jousting tournament and Rapunzel s friend Prince Val is a favorite to win the titleanks to Rapunzel s coaching Val can out joust any prince but can he compete against a prince ess Rapunzel knows she has the skills to win, but can she keep her identity a secret throughout the tournament Can Ella, Snow, and Rose cover for her absence at Princess School Will her friendship with Val survive the competition And how will she ever fit her jousting helmet over all of that hair
Princess Charming Rapunzel s no damsel in distressbut is she cut out to compete as a knight in shining armor The Charm School for Boys is holding their annual jousting tournament and Rapunzel s friend Prince Val is a f

  • Title: Princess Charming
  • Author: Jane B. Mason Sarah Hines Stephens
  • ISBN: 9780439698139
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Princess Charming”

    1. This is a book for young readerske 2nd or 3rd grade but it was fun and the characters were likable. I knew it was a little book going in and so had the right expectations. It was a fun, quick read with straight forward boys versus girls appeal.

    2. So in book 5 of this series about fairy tale princesses going to school together, Rapunzel has decided to show her best friend, Val, that she can joust just as well as him. Or better. Since he's inclined to take it easy on her because she's a princess, and his Charm School of course teaches chivalry and all that sex role rot, the only way for her to compete with him on even footing is to enter the tournament disguised as a male competitor.The big obstacle is her hair. She does contemplate cuttin [...]

    3. Although this novel is mainly written for people much younger than I am, I really enjoyed it. It was quite filled with intrigue.

    4. Ella. Snow. Rapunzel. Rose. Four friends who wait for no prince. (Why didn't I read this 10 years ago with Alicia? It's adorable!)

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