All ages will have a lot of fun reading this tale that puts a unique spin on a genre
Hear a fun tale in ‘The Princess Who Saved Herself’
Children’s fiction can be a really fun genre to read. No two books are alike and the stories take readers on all kinds of amazing adventures. It isn’t every day a book like The Princess Who Saved Herself comes along though. When I heard about this book I hoped I might get to read it. I was able to get a digital copy of this book and here is my thoughts on it.
You can read the plot for The Princess Who Saved Herself here:
The Princess Who Saved Herself reinvents the princess myth for a new generation, telling the story of an awesome kid who lives with her pet snake and plays rock ‘n’ roll all day to the huge annoyance of the classical guitarist witch who lives down the road. Hijinks, conflicts, and a fun reconciliation ensues!
This was a pretty fun book to read. We meet a little princess who loves to play her guitar all day long. There is an evil witch nearby who can’t stand hearing it and plans to do something about it. Yet each plan fails one way or another and this causes the witch to take drastic action. As this tale comes to a close though things work out alright and life for this princess will never be the same.
The Princess Who Saved Herself is available now. You can order this book on Amazon, at Barnes and Noble and Indiebound.