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This enchanting fairytale from the Brothers Grimm tells the story of 12 prancing princesses who every night "dance their shoes into holes". Perplexed by his daughters' restless behavior, the king issues a royal decree, offering his kingdom to whoever can discover the secret of the princesses' midnight mischief. Those who fail, however, will meet an untimely end. With the help of a magic cloak and some sage advice, a gallant soldier resolves to crack the case, following the princesses to a midnight ball in a mystical land. Featuring an ensemble cast from Jimcin Recordings, "The 12 Dancing Princesses" delivers animated and energetic voice acting along with even-paced adventure, ensuring that young listeners will have no trouble following along.

Publisher's Summary

A young man must discover how 12 princesses manage to wear out their shoes each night - even though they are locked in their room. The reward is great but the penalty for failure is death!
Public Domain (P)1978 Jimcin Recordings

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  • 01-05-15

Dance the Night Away

An odd short story which stops rather abruptly by the bland narrator. Come on, lets lighten this up a little with a more appropriate narrator who would bring this strange little story to life. Otherwise, feels like a lot of feeling missing & the life sucked out of it. A shame as the story has potential.