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The Princess Who Believed in Fairy Tales

A Story for Modern Times

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Published by Wilshire Bk. Co. in North Hollywood, CA .
Written in English.

About the Edition

For every woman who has ever dreamed of finding a Prince Charming and living happily ever after, only to have her cherished fairy tale shattered by the painful day-to-day reality of being hurt by the one she loves....

And for her mother, daughter, sister, or friend who wants to help—and needs to understand what she thinks, how she feels, why she stays, and why it's so hard for her to let go, even after she leaves.

The Princess Who Believed in Fairy Tales is an enchanting and inspiring modern-day story set in olden times that symbolizes the journey we all take through life as we sort out illusion from reality, come to terms with our childhood dreams and pain, and discover who we really are and how life works. Raised by a king and queen who are as strict and unaccepting as they are loving, the sweet, gentle Princess Victoria grows up dreaming of being rescued by a Prince Charming, as in her beloved fairy tales. When she is rescued all seems right with the world—until the prince turns out to be less than charming. On the advice of a delightful, singing, banjo-playing owl, the princess embarks on a challenging journey of self-discovery on the Path of Truth. Along the way, she nearly drowns in the Sea of Emotion, passes through the bewildering Land of Illusion,learns how to recognize truth at the Campsite for Lost Travelers, and enters the eye-opening Land of Is in search of the Temple of Truth and the Sacred Scroll. Finally, with the help of the owl and other unique, insightful friends, she discovers that fairy tales really can come true—although not in the way she thought. For all those who have struggled with childhood pain, with feelings of not being good enough, or who have given up their power to a hurtful prince, The Princess Who Believed in Fairy Tales proves that happy endings—and new beginnings—are always possible.

Edition Notes

"A Marcia Grad publication."

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.54
Library of Congress
PS3557.R119 P75 1995

The Physical Object

Pagination
202 p. ;
Number of pages
202

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL1123756M
ISBN 10
087980436X
LC Control Number
94061729
OCLC/WorldCat
33074634
Library Thing
2107974
Goodreads
480081
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