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LilyPad Princess [NOOK Book]

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Princess Gwendolyn's normally boring life just got very strange. As always, there's Prince Jack, her royal pain of a brother, but then along comes Lily, the frog-turned-princess Gwendolyn found in the royal pond. Then the king puts Gwendolyn in charge of throwing a Royal Ball to find Lily's real family. Now, someone or something, is attacking the castle and leaving messages written with lily pads. Is the kingdom safe, or is Jack right -- does it have something to do with the ...
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LilyPad Princess

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Overview

Princess Gwendolyn's normally boring life just got very strange. As always, there's Prince Jack, her royal pain of a brother, but then along comes Lily, the frog-turned-princess Gwendolyn found in the royal pond. Then the king puts Gwendolyn in charge of throwing a Royal Ball to find Lily's real family. Now, someone or something, is attacking the castle and leaving messages written with lily pads. Is the kingdom safe, or is Jack right -- does it have something to do with the frogs?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012119773
  • Publisher: Debi Faulkner
  • Publication date: 1/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 21 KB

Meet the Author

A native Detroiter by birth, I left the Motor City in 2001 for the Netherlands with my husband (a chiropractor) and my small children. In December of 2003, we moved again, this time to Ireland. While there, I took part in a mentorship program with the Irish author, Lia Mills, who helped me in making the transition from poetry to prose and from writing verses in poems to writing chapters in novels.

In August 2006, we relocated yet again to the Netherlands. Now, if only I was fluent in Dutch . . .

The upside of this nomadic lifestyle is that I have much more time than I would have had in the states to spend with my writing.

I have one other novel, Summoning, for young adults also available for the Nook.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2014

    Terrible book

    This conversation is more interesting thsn the book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2014

    Kamrynn

    Nods. "Gtg bye"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2013

    Streamsong

    Waits.

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  • Posted July 11, 2011

    charming short story with a twists to old tale

    Its a cute short short ebook about a different take on the princess and the frog. I thinks kids will enjoy this tale. I know I thought it was charming.
    two twin 11 yr Princess Gwedolyn & Prince Jack are playing out in the garden, as brothers do he was teasing his sister. Jack knocked her crown in the pond that was the second time so Gwendolyn went into the pond to find her crown. What she found was a frog on a lily pad wearing a little crown. Gwendolyn thought she better kiss it and turn Prince charming back to a prince instead she got a princess who lost her memory.
    So they decide to have a ball and someone will surely recongize Princess Lily at the ball. She want to find her family.
    Mean while the wall protecting the castle is getting a crack in it. Hundreds of lily pads all over the grounds. I was given the ebook in exchange for honest review.
    so they have to solve both problems.

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