Most young girls, and even boys, find themselves worried about their looks. Join Sarah, a young girl concerned with her appearance, as she
daydreams in the world of Doll Land to find answers concerning beauty and the senses.
Fascinated by the gorgeous beauty queen riding on a float during a New Year’s Day parade, Sarah begins to wonder if she too is beautiful.
She drifts off into a dreamlike state across the Moonbeams to Doll Land, where she relives a folktale as a beautiful Native American china doll
Princess-Loves-the Pond is obsessed with being beautiful. She is so concerned with her own appearance, that she totally ignores the beauty
surrounding her in Doll Land.
One day Princess-Loves-The-Pond bent over to see her reflection. She slipped on a stone and fell into the pond. A gush of water washed away
her delicate face. She no longer had eyes, ears, nose or a mouth.
Without a face, the Princess is only left with the ability to feel. Page by page, she realizes more and more what she can no longer see, hear,
taste or smell. Throughout the experience, the issue of being vain is delicately handled, with a more obvious study of the five senses. Set on the
edge of a forest teaming with wildlife, the story includes and discusses many items related to Native American life.
Will Princess-Loves-the-Pond find the true meaning of beauty? Will she ever again have a face? What life-altering lesson will Sarah learn in her
Doll Land adventure? Find out in the educational and eye-opening conclusion to The Beautiful Princess Without a Face.
The subtle story with an ultimately good ending will be a great bedtime story for parents or grandparents to read to children. Simple words and
colorful pictures hold a child’s attention and make it ideal for an early reader. This children’s book is intended for ages 4 to 8.
|Preview of "The Beautiful Princess Without a Face"
|ISBN # 978-1434338013
Soon, Sarah drifted off into a dreamlike state. In her
daydream, she became her beautiful Indian Princess China
doll. Everyone called her Princess-Loves-the-Pond.
She lived in Doll Land across the moonbeams.
She was tall and slim. She wore Native American clothes
with bright and shiny beads.
The pond always replied, “Yes, my Princess.”
One day Princess-Loves-the-Pond bent over to see her
reflection. She slipped on a stone and fell into the pond. A
gush of water washed away her delicate face.
She no longer had eyes, ears, nose, or a mouth.
Princess-Loves-the-Pond dreamed once again of using her mouth
Sweet honey licked off her fingers
The salty flavor of her mother’s soup
Tart wild berries picked from the field
Morning porridge made from hominy grits
Roasted turkey so tender it falls from the drumstick
Frybread prepared by her mother using a family recipe
The Beautiful Princess Without a Face
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