The Princess in Black

The Princess in Black

A big blue monster is threatening the goats! Stopping monsters is no job for a dainty princess. But luckily, Princess Magnolia has a secret - she's also the Princess in Black, and stopping monsters is the perfect job for her!

By: Shannon & Dean Hale
Fiction

Discovery Questions

After your child receives and reads this book, Discuss one or more of the following questions to help him/her make connections and build comprehension.

  • The Duchess snooped all around the castle. She wanted to find a secret. How would you feel if anyone snooped around your room? Talk about it with a parent.
  • The blue monster forgot there was a rule. He was not supposed to climb through the hole. Think of a character in another story who disobeyed a rule. How are those characters similar? How are they different? Use a Venn diagram to compare them.
  • Princess Magnolia fights monsters. She inspires Duff to be a secret Goat Avenger. Is this good? Why or why not? Talk about it with a parent.
  • Duff is the goat boy. He takes care of the goats. But what if he WAS half boy and half goat? Draw a picture of what he would look like. What kind of adventure would he go on? Write the story. Share it with a parent.

Book Details

Pages:
32
Grade Level:
3rd Grade
Genre:
Fiction
Bilingual?
No
SEL
No
Multi-ethnic?
No
Student Favorite
Yes
Part of a Series
Yes
Book Code
#314
ISBN
9780763678883

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