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The Princess and the Pizza Paperback – August 1, 2003
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Top Customer Reviews
to make sure it was ok for her. Ended up giving it to another
granddaughter who is 8, much more age appropriate. There is
a moral to the story, one the 8 year old understood right away.
Bought another book to give to the 5 year old, which she loves.
This fractured fairytale is fun for those who know the originals. There are several nods to the classics that made me grin. I liked Paulina as a protagonist; her resourcefulness was pretty entertaining.
Unfortunately, most of the other characters came off as mean. It serves the story well, but it would be nice to have one other character we liked here.
Still, this is a book that kids and adults will certainly enjoy.
My 8-year-old daughter gets all of the references to the other fairy tales and the accidental naming of "Pete's . . . ah" and enjoys the story. My 4-year-old daughter, who doesn't catch all of the amusing nuances, REALLY enjoys the story. It's been her favorite bedtime book to read every night for the past week, since we borrowed it from the library. It's like a Pixar animated film: the kids miss the adult humor, but everyone enjoys the movie.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun book with a strong female lead! It might just make you hungry for pizza!Published 2 months ago by J. Warchol
Awesome book! Extremely funny with references to other fairy tales.Published 3 months ago by J. Dohogne
This is my daughters favorite book and she gave it as a baby shower gift to a mom to be of a baby girl. Very empowering book for little girls.Published on May 9, 2013 by mary pat endres
The humor was good for adults and children. My Kindergarten class loved the book. It was also helpful in reviewing some of the fairy tales we learned previously.Published on October 18, 2011 by kteacher
The Princess and the Pizza is a modern take on a classic princess fairy tale - but in this one, the Princess isn't a demure, helpless and flighty female. Read morePublished on January 10, 2011 by indiestar
This book was too advanced for the just-turned-3-yr-old niece who I bought it for. However, the grandmother and aunt who read it to the child were very entertained by the story and... Read morePublished on February 15, 2007 by L. Morgan