"The Paperbag Princess": Literacy Day

For Literacy Day, I read The Paperbag Princess, by Robert Munsch, to 5th and 6th graders.  The Paperbag Princess is a story about a princess who's castle is burnt down by a fire-breathing dragon.  The dragon also takes the prince. The princess, Elizabeth, is infuriated.  She goes on a mission to save the prince.  She out-smarts the dragon and saves the prince.   The Paperbag Princess shows a strong female character, which is very different than typical fairytales involving female royalty.  The Paperbag Princess teaches many important lessons, including, respect, attributes of a strong character, and gives the message that it is what is on the inside that counts!

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