The Princess and the Peas

The Princess and the Peas

David Smith / Jun 04, 2020

The Princess and the Peas Princess Gladys is the light of her father s life and the apple of his eye but parenting turns out to be far complicated than King Sidney could ever have imagined Left alone to care for Gladys follow

  • Title: The Princess and the Peas
  • Author: David Smith
  • ISBN: 9781310165788
  • Page: 462
  • Format: ebook
  • Princess Gladys is the light of her father s life and the apple of his eye, but parenting turns out to be far complicated than King Sidney could ever have imagined Left alone to care for Gladys following the death of her mother in childbirth, the kindly old King finds himself increasingly baffled by his daughter s unusual and often challenging behaviour When he seekPrincess Gladys is the light of her father s life and the apple of his eye, but parenting turns out to be far complicated than King Sidney could ever have imagined Left alone to care for Gladys following the death of her mother in childbirth, the kindly old King finds himself increasingly baffled by his daughter s unusual and often challenging behaviour When he seeks the help of the Royal Physician, Dr Otto Von Blotto, things go from bad to worseThe Princess and the Peas is a short fairytale about Autism and social communication Unusually for a fairytale, King Sidney s journey toward understanding his daughter is perhaps relevant to the parent reader than it is to the child listening in.

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