Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses - Wikipedia
There was a king who had twelve beautiful daughters. They slept in twelve beds all in one room and when they went to bed, the doors were shut and locked up. However, every morning their shoes were found to be quite worn through as if they had been danced

There was a king who had twelve beautiful daughters. They slept in twelve beds all in one room and when they went to bed, the doors were shut and locked up. However, every morning their shoes were found to be quite worn through as if they had been danced in all night. Nobody could find out how it happened, or where the princesses had been.

     So the king made it known to all the land that if any person could discover the secret and find out where it was that the princesses danced in the night, he would have the one he liked best to take as his wife, and would be king after his death. But whoever tried and did not succeed, after three days and nights, they would be put to death.

     A king's son soon came. He was well entertained, and in the evening was taken to the chamber next to the one where the princesses lay in their twelve beds. There he was to sit and watch where they went to dance; and, in order that nothing could happen without him hearing it, the door of his chamber was left open. But the king's son soon fell asleep; and when he awoke in the morning he found that the princesses had all been dancing, for the soles of their shoes were full of holes.

The fairytale about twelve sisters going to a ball in their dancing shoes is a story that awakens our imagination and makes us think about pleasant music, beautiful dresses and dancing. Every night they would go to their princes to go and dance all night.

Their father was worried because their dancing shoes didn’t lie. They were worn out and by the look of them everyone would say they were dancing all nights. In order to protect his daughters he sent the messengers to spread the word about the prize in the kingdom. Whoever finds out what’s going on with his daughters and their shoes get a reward.

The moral of the story is that sometime children don’t know what they’re doing when they’re hiding the truth from their parents and that they should be on the lookout for all the dangers in the world. No matter what the truth is our parents are the people we need to talk to whenever we have the chance because they are always ready to listen to their child’s need and wishes.

There was a king who had twelve beautiful daughters. They slept in twelve beds all in one room and when they went to bed, the doors were shut and locked up. However, every morning their shoes were found to be quite worn through as if they had been danced in all night. Nobody could find out how it happened, or where the princesses had been.

     So the king made it known to all the land that if any person could discover the secret and find out where it was that the princesses danced in the night, he would have the one he liked best to take as his wife, and would be king after his death. But whoever tried and did not succeed, after three days and nights, they would be put to death.

     A king's son soon came. He was well entertained, and in the evening was taken to the chamber next to the one where the princesses lay in their twelve beds. There he was to sit and watch where they went to dance; and, in order that nothing could happen without him hearing it, the door of his chamber was left open. But the king's son soon fell asleep; and when he awoke in the morning he found that the princesses had all been dancing, for the soles of their shoes were full of holes.

The fairytale about twelve sisters going to a ball in their dancing shoes is a story that awakens our imagination and makes us think about pleasant music, beautiful dresses and dancing. Every night they would go to their princes to go and dance all night.

Their father was worried because their dancing shoes didn’t lie. They were worn out and by the look of them everyone would say they were dancing all nights. In order to protect his daughters he sent the messengers to spread the word about the prize in the kingdom. Whoever finds out what’s going on with his daughters and their shoes get a reward.

The moral of the story is that sometime children don’t know what they’re doing when they’re hiding the truth from their parents and that they should be on the lookout for all the dangers in the world. No matter what the truth is our parents are the people we need to talk to whenever we have the chance because they are always ready to listen to their child’s need and wishes.

For generations, children have loved the enchanting story of the twelve beautiful princesses and the handsome young lad who solves the mystery of their tattered shoes.

Now Marianna Mayer brings to life all the splendor and romance of this beloved classic, from the dazzling forests Of silver, gold, and diamonds to a twilight palace where the bewitched princesses dance to hypnotic music. And award-winning artist Kinuko Craft add, her own magic: a visual feast of exquisite, jewel-like paintings that sweep across the pages.

Together, Mayer and Craft have created an unforgettable world that readers of all ages will want to return to again and again.

There was a king who had twelve beautiful daughters. They slept in twelve beds all in one room and when they went to bed, the doors were shut and locked up. However, every morning their shoes were found to be quite worn through as if they had been danced in all night. Nobody could find out how it happened, or where the princesses had been.

     So the king made it known to all the land that if any person could discover the secret and find out where it was that the princesses danced in the night, he would have the one he liked best to take as his wife, and would be king after his death. But whoever tried and did not succeed, after three days and nights, they would be put to death.

     A king's son soon came. He was well entertained, and in the evening was taken to the chamber next to the one where the princesses lay in their twelve beds. There he was to sit and watch where they went to dance; and, in order that nothing could happen without him hearing it, the door of his chamber was left open. But the king's son soon fell asleep; and when he awoke in the morning he found that the princesses had all been dancing, for the soles of their shoes were full of holes.

513SSIBgQAL