May 03, 2020

#BookReview: Eight Princesses and a Magic Mirror by Natasha Farrant, Lydia Corry (Illustrator)






Synopsis: Here are eight princesses for the Rebel Girl's generation: bold, empowered, full of curiosity, adventure and determination to be true to themselves. Natasha Farrant's original stories are set in different times all around the world, blending modern and traditional storytelling with glowing full colour illustrations by debut artist Lydia Corry in a glorious gift book.

"Mirror, mirror on the wall... What makes a princess excellent?"

An enchantress flings her magic mirror into our universe. Through the centurys, around the world, reflected in it are princesses who refuse to be pretty, polite or obedient. These girls are fierce, brave and determined to do the rescuing themselves.

The desert princess protects her people from the king with the black and gold banner. The forest princess takes a crocodile for a pet. An island princess explores the high seas. A mountain princess puts kindness above being royal. And in a tower-block in a city, a girl called Princess saves her community garden from the hands of urban developers.


Goodreads
Amazon

Rating: ★★★★
My Review: This was a cute little collection of stories all surrounding a mirror.  I think that this would be a great book for schools where kids could use this for class.  They could read the book then create their own fairytale stories.  I loved how this one was put together and I can not wait for another one. 




Natasha Farrant has written numerous children’s books, including the Carnegie-longlisted and Branford Boase–shortlisted The Things We Did for Love. She lives in London.









Did you know that comments are DELICIOUS? Well they are and if you comment on any of these posts you could win some awesome goodies! 


Don't forget to check out our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and out other social media found on the side bar! 



 Disclaimer: "All opinions are 100% honest and my own."  Thanks to Goodreads and Amazon for the book cover, about the book, and author information. Buying via these links allows my site to get a % of the sale at no cost to you. 

FTC Guidelines: In accordance with FTC guidelines regarding endorsements and testimonials for bloggers, I would like my readers to know that many of the books I review are provided to me for free by the publisher or author of the book in exchange for an honest review. If am compensated for any reviews on this site I will state that post has been sponsored. 




0 comments:

Post a Comment

Hateful and Unrelated Comments Will Be Deleted. Anonymous comments are invalid to enter into giveaways.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...