Reviews and Blog Posts: princesses

The princess and the admiral

by Charlotte Pomerantz

Reviewer Rating:
4

Princess Mat Mat is the ruler of the Tiny Kingdom, a poor, self-sufficient country which is on the cusp of being able to celebrate 100 years of peace. As she starts planning the celebration, however, news comes in of an invading fleet of warships in the distance. Since she has...

The icebound land

by John (John Anthony) Flanagan

Reviewer Rating:
3

For an adventure series, these books by John Flanagan are highly recommended. The characters and settings mimic a kind of Robin Hood medieval time and land, although everything here is in an imaginary land. However, the adventures are not supposed to be magical or fantastical but really possible and the...

Lots of wedding delights even with no invite

Ok, ok I'll admit that I'm a royal watcher addicted to every single news story, magazine article, and documentary on the upcoming nuptials of Will and Kate.

The most famous couple in the world is about to say their "I dos." While I have my DVR set to several channels Friday, April 29 at 2:00 a.m., I can also say "I do" to a bouquet of books about the royal couple.

Life: The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton by Life Magazine

The Making of a Royal Romance: William, Kate, and Harry -- A Look Behind the Palace Walls by Katie Nicholl

The lacemaker and the princess

by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

Reviewer Rating:
0

Isabelle is a lacemaker in a French village outside the palace of Versailles during the time of Marie Antoinette. One day when she is visiting her brother who works as a groom in the palace stables, Isabelle meets the princess Therese and they become friends. Soon Isabelle gets to play...

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