The Princess and the White Bear King

"A captivating holiday tale of adventure and courage"

Far away in the distant north, a beautiful princess meets a mysterious white bear, and embarks with him on a breathtaking journey.  Combining remarkable artwork with lyrical storytelling, this tale brings together the major themes of three Northern European wonder tales, creating an unforgettable adventure. 

"Ceccoli provides gently incandescent acrylic, pencil, and oil pastel illustrations, the clean color and softly dappled light filling the pages.  Changing perspectives in the full-page images makes each spread a surprise." -Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
Narrated by Golden Globe winner, Miranda Richardson. 

"This story begs to be told aloud." -School Library Journal

The Princess and White Bear King

Ride along with the beautiful princess and the majestic white bear on a voyage in the snowy north. When the young princess inadvertently betrays the mysterious white bear, she must prove her loyalty and strength through a series of trying tasks, in order to regain her lost chance at happiness. Book with CD editions include story read by actress Miranda Richardson.
Ages 5 to 11 years
Retold By: Tanya Robyn Batt
Illustrated By: Nicoletta Ceccoli
Narrated By: Miranda Richardson
About The Book: 

The basis of this story is told in many cultures, with slight differences. Tanya Robyn Batt's telling is wonderful, and Nicoletta Ceccoli's illustrations are simply enchanting! This is a  story of honesty, bravery, kindness and devotion. Miranda Richardson's narration is a fun addition. 
Paperback with story CD is $9.99 
You just might want to purchase this adorable polar bear puppet, too!
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Polar Bear Puppet

Brrr! This plush polar bear hand puppet features movable head and arms, a soft vinyl nose, and rubber claws, and is fashioned with ultra-soft, micro fiber fabrics.
For babies to 7 years
Produced By: Folkmanis

Happy Reading!
~ LadyD

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