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Silver Princess by Lea Carter
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Silver Princess

by Lea Carter

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The Silver Princess is a light, refreshingly "clean" fantasy, ideal for the younger YA and older elementary age group.

Fairies in this series are tiny like "Tinkerbelll". The live in many hidden areas around the world. The Silver Princess - Rebecca - was the youngest princess in the Silver Fairy Tribe Kingdom.

While out on her frequent riding adventures, Rebecca was thrown and became disoriented when her head struck a rock. Confused and disoriented, she lost her way and ended up in enemy territory. She was discovered by a stranger she was uncertain was friend or foe.

New adventures and danger awaited the young princess. What would her fate be? There was a very real possibility she might never return home.

The characters were creatively developed and the accompanying scenes were well portrayed. The Title was simple but applicable, as was the book cover. The "flow" was sometimes disrupted by sudden or incomplete chapter conclusions.

This is a great chapter book for older elementary, especially young girls.

I felt the story lacked energy. My review of this book offers a Three and a Half Stars rating.

*This book was sent by the author for an honest review, of which I have given. ( )
1 vote LAWonder10 | May 21, 2014 |
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Ever wondered what would happen if fairies weren't "stuck" in adolescence? If they didn't spend all their time preparing to paint flowers and spread frost? In this "fairy" exciting adventure, wisdom wins out despite inexperience when young Princess Rebecca takes on civil unrest and a handsome stranger. Readers of all ages will cheer her courage as she defies those who would dethrone her father. "Ms. Carter has written a superb novella in Silver Princess. It is a fantasy book taking place in a fairy kingdom, but with characters who could be our next door neighbors." --Dawn Edwards, The Kindle Book Review

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:34 -0400)

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