|Title||:||The Princess Who Never Laughed|
|Number of Pages||:||42 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Princess Who Never Laughed Reviews
Favorite book from my childhood.
My sister recently bought this for me for my birthday and it was such a wonderful gift. We read this book so many times as girls. Its funny because Goofy- a poor boy working in the castle for food ends up making mistake after mistake. Not in his work, but with his pay at the end of the day. He does all this in front of the laugh-less princesses window and by then end (while he is carrying a cow on his shoulders) he makes the princess laugh and then is invited to live in the castle with his mother. It's still funny and my daughter likes it a lot. (especially the word nincompoop which is one of the insults Goofy's mother hurls at him.)
I have had this picture book since I was a child; I remember giggling with my daughter when we repeatedly shared it when she was a little girl. Recently, after being reminded of this story, I pulled it off the shelf of cherished-yet-often-neglected books and read it again with my now teenager. It’s funny how the lessons of commonsense and thinking about each situation before acting apply even more now that she is older. I’m hoping she will outgrow her “Goofy” stage while still retaining a little of her goofiness that makes her who she is before she reads this to her own children.
It was funny! It had great art! "When the work was done, the cook gave Goofy a fine fish."pg 27