Alison and the Prince

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Oxford University Press, 1988 - Princes - 32 pages
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Alison is not a wishy-washy sort of girl, on the contrary, she's a very contemporary young lady who plays the saxaphone and thinks it might be fun to drive a bus. So when the Prince at the ball turns out to be as handsome as any story-book prince -- but extremely boring -- she tells him just what she thinks of him and walks out!
This funny spoof on the traditional Cinderella theme will have wide appeal, especially for those slightly older readers looking for a lively story with a short text and easy vocabulary.

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About the author (1988)


Dyan Sheldon and Helen Cusack have teamed up several times before to create children's books. They both live in England.

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