Paper Bag Princess

Robert N. Munsch, Michael Martchenko (1986), Annick Press

Elizabeth, a princess, and Ronald, a prince, are getting ready to be married when a dragon swoops in and takes Ronald away. With everything in the castle burned, Elizabeth makes do with what she has and tracks the dragon down. Through some quick and creative thinking, Elizabeth manages to trick the dragon into wearing itself out so that she can save Ronald.

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What is one way Elizabeth showed creativity after the dragon burned everything in the castle?

What is one way that Elizabeth was brave in this story?

How did Elizabeth defeat the dragon?

What did Elizabeth learn about Ronald when she went to save him?

This story showed a princess who persevered until she was able to wear out the dragon and save Prince Ronald. Tell me about a time when you persevered.

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