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The Dragon Princess (Tales of the Frog…

The Dragon Princess (Tales of the Frog Princess) (edition 2008)

by E. D. Baker (Author)

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Although a princess, Millie cannot keep herself from turning unexpectedly into a dragon, so she ventures off to the Frozen North to find the Blue Witch, who she hopes will help her learn to control her dragon magic.
Title:The Dragon Princess (Tales of the Frog Princess)
Authors:E. D. Baker (Author)
Info:Bloomsbury USA Childrens (2008), Edition: 1, 224 pages
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Magic using has its consequences. All that time that Princess Emma, the Green Witch, spent as a dragon means that her daughter can change into a dragon (green, of course). Sadly, Millie changes whenever she gets angry and can't change back until she's calm again -- and Millie has a hot temper (pun intended).

Millie's paternal grandmother has not improved. The queen insists that Millie spend her birthday at their castle in Upper Montevista when all the preparations have already been made to hold it at Greater Greensward. Millie tries to keep her temper, but finding out the real reason for her grandmother's insistence is too much. Now everyone is going to know. Millie's dual nature is already bad for keeping suitors. An old witch tells her that the Blue Witch of the North can help her. Millie was going to go alone, but her cousin-once-removed, son of her great-aunt Grassina and Haywood, not to mention Zoey, daughter of Li'l and the Prince of Vampires. ( )
  JalenV | Jun 27, 2022 |
Not as interesting *to me* as the earlier books. A bit too much adventure and not really enough character development and world-building. Just not special enough to distinguish it from other MG fantasy, imo. But my no means a bad book, and surely if you've enjoyed the series so far I do think you'll be happy to keep reading. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
This book introduces Millie and her mother loves to shapeshift into a dragon. She is able to change when she is angry and does not know how to stop. So Millie decides to figure out how to stop her mother from shapeshifting.

The book is good and does a great job in showing the difficulties that we can face when we are upset and how we may "change" in those situations.

The students can discuss how frustrated they can get and what they can do to control or change what they become when they get upset.
  tterry6901 | Oct 31, 2010 |
I'm still loving this series and I can't wait for the next one to come out! I am curious about how things will work out between Millie and Audun and between Francis and Zoe. I'd also like to see whether Millie's really in control- she knows what to do, but does she know what not to do? It was also great to reconnect with Emma, Eadric, and everyone else again. ( )
  the1butterfly | Aug 29, 2010 |
5th book in the continuing tales of Frog Princess ( )
  lindamamak | Apr 30, 2009 |
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The book is dedicated to Ellie, who likes my crazy ideas and knows when to say no. Don't worry, there aren't any pie fights in this story either. To Kim, who helps me with my Web site and has great ideas of her own. To Pudgy Grumpkinsā€”because. To my fans, for their encouragement and kind words. To Victoria Wells Arms, for believing in me.
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Although a princess, Millie cannot keep herself from turning unexpectedly into a dragon, so she ventures off to the Frozen North to find the Blue Witch, who she hopes will help her learn to control her dragon magic.

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