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30 Sep 2015 ... Read The Goose Girl and other German fairy tales on Fairytalez.com, Reading time: ... fine dresses, and, in short, everything that became a royal bride. ... So he began, and told all the story of the princess, as if it wer... A fantasy story just perfect for grades 5-7, The Goose Girl is a great choice for your Summer Reading. Let our book summary help you with your assignment.
"The Goose Girl" (German: Die Gänsemagd) is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm and first published in Grimm's Fairy Tales in 1815 (KHM 89). It is of Aarne-Thompson type 533.
The Goose Girl. by the Grimm Brothers. There was once upon a time an old queen whose husband had been dead for many years, and she had a beautiful daughter. When the princess grew up she was betrothed to a prince who lived at a great distance. When the time came for her to be married, and she had to journey forth into the distant kingdom, the aged queen packed up for her many costly vessels of silver and gold, and trinkets also of gold and silver, and cups and jewels, in short, everything The Goose-Girl The king of a great land died, and left his queen to take care of their only child. This child was a daughter, who was very beautiful; and her mother loved her dearly, and was very kind to her. And there was a good fairy too, who was fond of the princess, and helped her mother to watch over her.
And the goose has too much fun, She might come back and see you To be told another one. Poem for kids written by Templeton Moss. Header illustration by Templeton Moss. Let’s Chat About The Stories ~ Ideas for Talking With Kids. Independent Thinking, Conversation. 1. Why do you think being read a story makes a sad goose feel better? 2.