The princess and the page book
The Princess and the Page by Christina FarleyIn this modern fairy tale, a strong, brave maiden is invited to attend the prince's royal ball, but at the dance, she ends up finding true love in a most surprising place. And have a bit of fun. The prince might not be right, but you could meet the one. After her mother convinces her to make an appearance, she makes a huge impression on everyone present, from the villagers to the king and queen, but she ends up finding true love in a most surprising place. There is wonderful diversity in the colorful illustrations-the royal family is Black, the visiting princesses come from multicultural backgrounds, and a range of body types are represented.
Thank you! Instead, she finds a glowing antique pen and, in desperation, writes a list of what to do. To her amazement, everything on the list appears to come true. At the castle, strange events transpire, and Keira cannot help but notice that they have an eerie resemblance to the fairy tale she wrote. It works. A smart, peppery, action-packed plot teams up with playful, astute characters. There was a problem adding your email address.
A mystical adventure about a pulls-no-punches princess and the power of her magical pen. A middle grade contemporary fantasy Scholastic Press. Available in bookshops and online outlets everywhere. When sixteen-year old, Jae Hwa, is uprooted from her home in L. But she was wrong. A Korean demi-god, Haemosu, has been stealing the soul of the oldest daughter of each generation in her family for centuries. Jae trains with a Korean master, confident her taekwondo will be enough to fight Haemosu.