The main character explains to the reader that life wasn't always as boring and bad as it is now--actually, she used to be a princess....
|Title||:||Actually, I Used to Be a Princess|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Actually, I Used to Be a Princess Reviews
Summary: The narrator claims to have been a princess before she was kidnapped by bandits. She compares her life as a princess to the life that she leads now. In the end, she is grateful for the family she has.Uses: only independent reading to those who show an interest in the subject (recommend others first)Literary Devices: alliteration, hyperboleSocial issues: Being apart of a family, pretending to be better than othersOther: This is a cute story, but it offers little in the department of literary critique. I would recommend it to some students who show an interest in the subject, but would not use it otherwise.
Actually, I Used to Be a Princess is a story where the main character states that she hasn’t always had the life she has now, that she used to be a princess but was kidnapped and left with her current family. This is a good book to use for comparing and contrasting as the girl spends the book comparing her former life with her current. I like this book because in the end she realizes that being a princess was not all it was cracked up to be, and she prefers the life she has now.
I've always loved this book, my Mom got it for me one summer and I still have it. ^_^