Trouble at the Valentine Factory

Trouble at the Valentine Factory

by Laurel Decher
Trouble at the Valentine Factory

Trouble at the Valentine Factory

by Laurel Decher


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Will the Seven Kingdoms be the friendliest place in the world? Or the rudest?

The eleven-year-old royal Saffron twins-Princess Saffy and Prince Magellan--have to save the Seven Kingdoms from the Blackfly Queen's dangerous new magical candies!

The trouble starts when the Blackfly Queen introduces a brand-new holiday guaranteed to make her the most beloved queen in the Seven Kingdoms: Valentine's Day!?!

This year, Valentine's Day falls on the same day as the Rose Monday Parade. Instead of delighting the crowds with traditional candies, the queen has a dastardly plan. She's making Consternation Hearts with magical powers, a.k.a. candy hearts with messages good for every day of the year. . .like "Go to the Water Dungeon!"


Whether it's speaking up at a feast, reading a map, or taking a test in a strange kingdom, Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tales are all about finding more magic in your life.

One lucky child gets the perfect leadership gift.

If only the fairies would remember the training wheels!



For ages 9 to 12. Read in any order.

Perfect for fans of funny, fast-paced fairy tales like Jean Ferris' Once Upon a Marigold or E.G. Foley's The Gryphon Chronicles. Also for friends of entertaining adventure stories. . .with a side of handy life skills. (Jacqueline Davies' The Lemonade Wars or Shannon Hale's Princess Academy.)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783949220043
Publisher: Bumpity Boulevard Press
Publication date: 01/11/2022
Series: Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale
Pages: 206
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Laurel Decher writes books about making life more delightful, richer, and more magical by taking advantage of opportunities that scare us (or that we are sure aren't for us.) In the Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tales, kids take on challenges that are difficult but worthwhile, like learning to speak up, take a test, get less than a perfect score, or find their way around. Running readers through the emotional wringer is not her goal.: ) The stories are designed to be playful, nonsensical, and intellectually-detailed with an anything-is-possible tone, so young, high-level readers can have fun using their powerful and creative brains.
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