Trouble With Parsnips

Trouble With Parsnips

by Laurel Decher

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783982007502
Publisher: Bumpity Boulevard Press
Publication date: 10/31/2018
Series: A Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale , #1
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Laurel Decher lives on the outskirts of a mid-sized city in Germany, between a medieval chapel on the St. James' Way and a boundary marker tree carved with a scary face. It's a little surprising, since she expected to live in Vermont for the rest of her life. You just never know when adventure will call!

Table of Contents

CONTENTS


  1. A Delayed Party 1

  2. Too Late for Parsnips 13

  3. The Fairy Godmother Takes Her Time 26

  4. Out of the Dishwater and Into the Storm 39

  5. A Rocky Situation 51

  6. A Princely Rescue 61

  7. Charming Complications 72

  8. Speaking Clearly with Tact Is an Art 82

  9. The Rook Egg 95

  10. Brooding in the Dungeon 109

  11. The Peppermint Tea House 124

  12. Early for a Change 137

  13. Dungeon Hospitality 147

  14. The Second-Best Croquet Mallets 157

  15. Speech or Die 165

  16. The Queen's Wager 176

  17. The Entry Basket 192

  18. A Library Crisis 201

  19. The InterKingdom Tournament 215

  20. The Pepper Pot Duel 224

  21. Making a Name 234



Epilogue 248

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Trouble With Parsnips (A Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale, #1) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SGilbertCollins 7 months ago
I absolutely loved the inventive but nameless princess from the start, and as the plot unfolded in a series of wacky, magical events, I fell in love with the entire Cochem Kingdom--where the Dungeon Master is of course hospitable, the palace librarian wise and helpful, and the parsnip fries always hot and delicious! So many funny and lovely elements to this book! Truly one of the most original fairy tales I've read in a long, long time. And (spoiler alert) with a MOST satisfying ending.