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Princess in Disguise: A Tale of the Wide-Awake Princess (original 2016; edition 2016)

by E. D. Baker (Author)

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When everything starts going wrong on Annie and Liam's wedding day, Queen Karolina decides that they need the help of her fairy godmother, Moonbeam, but a magical fog keeps messengers from leaving so Annie and Liam themselves set out discover who ruined the wedding, and why.
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Title:Princess in Disguise: A Tale of the Wide-Awake Princess
Authors:E. D. Baker (Author)
Info:Bloomsbury USA Childrens (2016), Edition: Reprint, 240 pages
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More mildly interesting fluff. Annie and Liam are _finally_ getting married...and the villain of the piece announces both what and why in the first chapter. But Annie isn't listening, unfortunately, so she and Liam get to go off in a dozen different directions as usual. Problems everywhere, but reasonably easily solved (as usual), and the final solution includes tying up a loose thread that's been hanging around since the last book. Not bad, not deep, and a happy ending. I do want to read the next book, but not for a while; my tolerance for this style of story is running thin. I was also strongly reminded of the Frog Princess at several points (not surprisingly, it is the same author - but the feel was a little different before). Not bad, but I doubt I'll reread. ( )
  jjmcgaffey | Nov 11, 2018 |
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A fun addition to the Wide-Awake Princess series. There's not quite as much action as there is in some of the earlier books, but fans of this series will not be disappointed. All the main characters are back and have been sent on another journey to solve the magical problems that start off the story. A light-hearted and amusing fairy tale adaptation. Great for middle grades.

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When everything starts going wrong on Annie and Liam's wedding day, Queen Karolina decides that they need the help of her fairy godmother, Moonbeam, but a magical fog keeps messengers from leaving so Annie and Liam themselves set out discover who ruined the wedding, and why.

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