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The Princess and the Pit Stop

Once upon a time there was a Princess . . .. . . who made a pit stop.While the Birds and Beasts changed her tires, her Fairy Godmother told her she was in last place! With just one lap left! She might as well give up!Give up? Not THIS princess! Instead, she hit the gas! Join Her Royal Highness in the drivers seat for a mad dash to the finish in this exciting ode to auto racing. With appearances by fairy tale favorites including the Tortoise and the Hare, the Frog Prince, and ALL of the Wicked Witches, this rollicking mash-up of race cars and royalty is a true celebration of both girl power and horsepower....

Title : The Princess and the Pit Stop
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ISBN : 9781419728488
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 48 pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Princess and the Pit Stop Reviews

  • Sheri

    A different story that the title suggests. Pit stops means something else to me when traveling with children but the story brings in all the fairy tale characters to a car race. The princess will not give up the race even when her team feels the race is lost. She has perseverance and attitude and is fun for children who want a story about car races and recognize the characters from fairy tales along the way.

    Beautiful big, colorful illustrations of the racers in the other race cars.

  • Amanda

    Don't forget to peek under the dust jacket! You jump right into the action with this funny and colorful take on a princess racing nursery/fairy tale characters. Great take on never giving up; even when the odds are totally against you. Strong action verbs, combined with Santat's flair for illustration make this a brilliant read.

  • Tracy Morton

    This was a great book! It is a fractured fairytale. I loved that it touched on a crazy number of traditional fairytales. It would be interesting to read this story and then challenge the children to research some of the fairytales that are covered.

  • Mary Lee

    The best part (besides the classic Santat illustrations) are the verbs Angleberger uses as the Princess leaves all the fairytale characters in the dust.

  • Hannah Greendale

    Who says race cars are for boys? The princess puts the petal to the metal in this colorful, fast-paced, comedic race to the finish line. The Princess and the Pit Stop features myriad characters from well-known fairy tales like the wolf & the three little pigs ("She blew the doors off the Big Bad Wolf and smoke the Three Little Pigs") and the gingerbread man ("She CAN catch me!").

  • Raven Black

    The use of the different fairy tale characters is clever, but overall it is Vanellope of Wreck it Ralph with every "twisted fairy tale pun" possible. Clever illustrations and great colors help this book to be a more fun read.

  • Anjanette

    Cute book about fairy tales

  • Pam

    Santat's illustrations are bright and colorful to support the story line. The princess learns she's in last place in the final lap of the race when she makes her pit stop. She could have given up but decided to show determination and try to win the race. She passes all of the other fairy tale characters in the race and does win.

    The story line was weaker than I expected.