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|Power of a princess|
Author: Baker, E. D.
Aislin, with a carefully chosen group of girls who are brave and loyal but not typical companions for a princess, sets out to restore balance and peace among magical creatures.
More Than A Princess
Kirkus Reviews (-) (09/15/19)
Full Text Reviews:
Booklist - 03/15/2020 Readers who loved Aislin's previous adventures (More than a Princess, 2018) will be delighted to see her back for another. When she's asked to help settle fairies into human lands, Aislin is surprised to learn that many are unhappy with the decision to make the move at all, and, what's more, they blame her personally. Aislin sets out to make things right, choosing some unconventional companions to help her along the way. This is an empowering read for middle-grade girls; it presents strong female characters, a fun and smart lead, and it rolls with themes about harmony between people who are quite different from each other. Baker is a superstar, well versed in writing princesses who are more than what's typical or expected. Aislin uses her wit and power for good, leaving the world a little bit better than the way she found it. It's an added delight that the story's world is so vividly described and well fleshed out, making any reader wish they could visit. - Copyright 2020 Booklist.