Monday, May 6, 2013

Disney Princess Challenge

 

Disney Princess Challenge!!! 
Challenge Cancelled

Disney Princess Challenge:
http://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/7...

I am not setting any deadline for this challenge.  I finish when I finish.  Just for fun!!
No children/picture books or graphic novels allowed.  Books here are 150 pages minimum.


As Always, feel free to use or join me in this challenge.

2/15
started 4/20/13


Pocahontas:
Read a book where the protagonist is Native American, loves nature, or displays shamanic powers. You can also read a retelling of Pocahontas.

♚Princess Jasmine:
from Aladdin
Read a book where the protagonist is of Arabic descent or is named Jasmine. You can also read a retelling of Aladdin.

♚Snow White:
Read a book where the protagonist has fair skin and dark hair. Or read a book where the protagonist is German (or of German descent). Read a book where the protagonist has many male friends. You can also read a retelling of Snow White.

♚Aurora:
more commonly known as Sleeping Beauty
Read a book where the protagonist has a curse placed upon her at birth. Or read a book where the main character is unaware of her biological family or where she comes from. You can also read a retelling of Sleeping Beauty.
Scrap by Emory Sharplin

♚Mulan:
Read a book where the protagonist is Chinese (or of Chinese descent), she must also be able to kick some serious ass. Read a book where the protagonist disguises herself as a man or enlists in the army.

♚Ariel:
from The Little Mermaid
Read a book where the protagonist has red hair, has a lot of sisters, or is a mermaid. Or read a book where the protagonist frequently disobeys her father. You can also read a retelling of The Little Mermaid.

♚Belle:
from Beauty and the Beast
Read a book where the protagonist loves books and reading. Read a book about a protagonist who adores her father or falls in love with a man who is not handsome (he can have scars, be it emotional or physical) or is temperamental . You can also read a retelling of Beauty and the Beast.

♚Esmeralda:
from The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Read a book where the protagonist is a Gypsy or read a book where the character has a pet goat (this should be interesting). You can also read a retelling of The Hunchback of Notre-Dame.

♚Megara:
from Hercules
Read a book where the protagonist has a low opinion of men and is cynical about love. You can also read a retelling of Hercules.

♚Tiana:
from The Princess and the Frog
Read a book where the protagonist is African American, takes place in New Orleans, or is a waitress or an excellent cook.You can also read a retelling The Princess and the Frog.

♚Cinderella
Read a book about someone who has an evil stepmother, or read a book about someone who has had a difficult life but perseveres with the help of love. You can also read a retelling of Cinderella.

♚Rapunzel:
Read a book where the MC has really long hair or read a book where the MC was kidnapped. You can also read a retelling of Rapunzel.

♚Alice
Read a book where the protagonist lives in a dream world or discovers an alternate (fantasy) world; read a book where the protagonist defies a monarch (preferably a queen). You can also read a retelling of Alice in Wonderland.
Quite Contrary by Richard Roberts (4/20/13)


♚Jane
from Tarzan
Read a book where the protagonist is an artist; set in Africa or in a rural (out of reach) area; read a book that has a vibrant yellow cover or features someone on the cover dressed in yellow. You can also read a retelling of Tarzan.

♚Tinker Bell
from Peter Pan
Read a book where the protagonist is a fairy ( not to be mistaken with a faerie ). Or, because Tinker Bell doesn't speak, read a book where the protagonist is very shy or has problems communicating . You can also read a retelling of Peter Pan (but it has to feature a Tinker Bell).

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