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Terrified to compete in the Maiden Games against the mean witches from the neighboring Grimm school because her nasty stepmother Malodora, a powerful witch, is a judge, Snow White calls upon her best friends Rapunzel, Ella, and Rose for much needed support. The Maiden Games are fast approaching and Snow White is frozen with fear. It"s bad enough that Princess School will be facing off against the nasty witches who attend the nearby Grimm School. But Snow"s awful stepmother, Malodora, is one of the Grimm School"s judges, and her icy stare alone is enough to make Snow quake. She"s sure something terrible will happen. But if she doesn"t participate, Snow will be letting down her whole school, including her best friends. Snow needs Rapunzel, Ella, and Rose more than ever. But what match are the princesses for a powerful witch like Malodora?
|Statement||Jane B. Mason, Sarah Hines Stephens.|
|Series||Princess school -- #2|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.M36 W46 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||2004276140|
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About the Author Stephen Moore is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Heritage Foundation and. Subtitled The Truth about Opportunity, Taxes, and Wealth in America, this thin book, not much more than a pamphlet – think Common Sense – takes to task the now popular contentions that for U.S.
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