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The Paper Bag Princess and Smelly Socks Literature Unit

 

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The Paper Bag Princess and Smelly Socks Literature Unit

By Robert Munsch

 

The Paper Bag Princess

Elizabeth is a beautiful princess who is going to marry a prince named Ronald. One day, a dragon takes Ronald away. Elizabeth sets out to get Ronald back from the dragon. Because the dragon had burned all of her clothes, the only thing she could find to wear was a paper bag.

Princess Elizabeth went to the dragon’s cave but the dragon would not let her in. Elizabeth tried talking to him and asking him to show her what he could do. He showed her how he could burn down forests and tried to impress her with how fast he could fly around the world. Elizabeth giggled. She had outsmarted the dragon by getting him to use up the rest of his fire and energy.

When the dragon fell asleep, she walked into the cave and rescued Ronald. When Ronald saw how Elizabeth was dressed, he told her to come back when she looked like a proper princess. Elizabeth realized her unappreciative prince was not the one for her and she didn’t marry him after all.

Smelly Socks

Tina wants some new socks. The store that sells the best socks is across the river. She offers to row her grandfather’s boat across the river to get her new socks. She finds some socks and loves them so much, she does not want to take them off.

Eventually all the animals and people in her town are so upset by her smelly socks, that her friends take her to the river, take off her socks and wash them. Everybody, including Tina, was very happy about the clean socks.

Tina then asked her mother to buy her a shirt to match the socks. She got her new shirt, she did not keep it clean, and the kids threw her into the river, again!

 

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