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ISBN: 1599866579 / ISBN-13: 9781599866574

The Princess and the Goblin


Eight-year-old Princess Irene lives a lonely life in a wild, desolate, mountainous kingdom, with only her nursemaid, Lootie for company. She is ... Show synopsis

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  • The Princess and the Goblin (Filiquarian Publishing, LLC.) – Trade paperback (2007)
    by George MacDonald

    The Princess and the Goblin

    Trade paperback, Filiquarian Publishing, LLC.
    240 pages

    ISBN: 1599866579
    ISBN-13: 9781599866574

    The Princess and the Goblin is a popular children's fantasy novel written by author George MacDonald. In MacDonald's second novel for children, The Princess and the Goblin is the story of a Princess named Irene who lives in a castle on a mountain with her nurse, and in a cave below is a race of ugly looking Goblins who have heads that are as hard as stone. A fatal battle of wits must take place between these goblins and the princess, her great-great-grandmother and friend Curdie. The Princess and the Goblin is highly ... Show more

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Reviews of The Princess and the Goblin

Overall customer rating: 3.750

Deep in the mountain

by KLILALY on Sep 8, 2011

A children's book suitable for a ten year old with some imagination. I found that too much of the story was underground in the dark.

Judith H
by Judith H on Jul 29, 2010

I remember reading this as a chid in an old book with engravings. I enjoyed it almost as much this time through so many years later but I do miss the old engravings. This story is a pleasant fantasy for the youth without the twistedness or bad attitudes so prevalent in much of what I have read for young people in recent years. Written in the 1800's the children are polite and considerate, generally obedient to the authorities over them whether a "nurse" or a parent.


Wonderful fairy tale!

by Lisette on Jun 21, 2010

I read this book as a kid and am now reading it to my class of 3rd and 4th graders. It's a wonderful old story about a princess and a young boy who save a kingdom. The kids LOVE it and can't wait to hear more every day.


Not as Cool as the Cover Would Make You Think

by Chiroptera on Feb 26, 2009

This is supposed to be something of a classic; an early example of "Christian" fantasy, but the truth is that it's dull as could be and conveys about as many Christianly values as a cup of tea. The story is nonsensical and uninspiring, and the heroes are just as flat as the villians. I suppose if the reader is in fourth grade or lower they might find some enjoyment in the story, but it galls to no end that the main character--the princess- is practically useless, unintelligent, and depends upon boys and maids to do the hard work for her.

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