The Little Princess has been moved to a new castle, where there is lots more room! But she just wants to go home to the old castle. Is the old castle still the same, now that it has new owners? This wonderfully funny and reassuring book will ring true with any family who has ever moved into a new house.
The Little Princess loves to win—and at home everyone usually lets her. At school, even though she tries her hardest, it seems she can't do anything right. But she soon discovers that winning is much more fun when she really deserves it!
The Little Princess is going camping. Everyone offers to help, but she doesn't want any help. "I want to do it myself!" she insists. So she sets off all on her own to find the perfect camp site. When she finds the right spot, she discovers she's forgotten a few important things. Maybe she needs a little help after all.
The Little Princess doesn't want to go to the hospital, and she does everything she can to avoid it. But when she is finally forced to go, she finds that she really rather likes it. Why? Because they treat her like a princess there!
9) Horrid Henry
Age Level: 7 and up | Grade Level: 2 to 5
Horrid Henry is the very first collection of stories about the master of mischief (and the funniest kid in the universe) including:
16) Who am I?
There's a snowman-building contest in town and the grand prize is a year's supply of free ice cream Horrid Henry just has to beat Moody Margaret and her dumb old ballerina snowman. So Henry makes the biggest monster snowman ever. But Henry might have to use a few last-minute tricks to win this one. Plus three other stories that won't melt.
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19) Fly, Chick, Fly!
In the middle of a wood there is a chick who will not fly. "Not I!" she cries to Mother Owl and Father Owl. She flaps, she flips, she flops, and she hops back into the nest. Time passes and seasons change, but still she refuses to fly. Will she ever learn to let go and soar up into the open sky?
Four brand new stories in which Horrid Henry helps himself to all the money he needs to win his favorite board game, comes up with another spectacular money-making scheme for launching a newspaper with all the school gossip, vows vengeance on Perfect Peter when Peter steals his birthday party theme and has his own Pirate Party—and gets his revenge by taking over as head teacher when Peter plays school with his goody-goody friends.