The Jewel Princesses and the Missing Crown

The Jewel Princesses and the Missing Crown When King Regal and Queen Jemma disappear from the kingdom the four princesses are left alone to battle the evil Lord Bleak Can they save the realm

  • Title: The Jewel Princesses and the Missing Crown
  • Author: Jahnna N. Malcolm Neal McPheeters
  • ISBN: 9780590377058
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • When King Regal and Queen Jemma disappear from the kingdom, the four princesses are left alone to battle the evil Lord Bleak Can they save the realm.

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    1. If your child can read at this level it would be a good book. A fun beginning fantasy series. The plot lines are simple and easily solved with not too much of the dark side of fantasy.

    2. I basically took notes as I read, so sorry if this is a little stream of consciousnessy.The royal secretary is called Twitter and the princess's dragon runs her kingdom while she's gone I'm into this already.I have a lot of questions. So whoever has the Great Jeweled Crown has all the power in the kingdom. In this conceptualization, it isn't just that whoever's the ruler has the crown - it seems that the Crown confers a kind of power upon its owner. Power, then, becomes something like magic - no [...]

    3. I LOVED this series as a child and I've recently been tracking down the ones I don't have in order to complete my collection. These books are just as lovely and charming as I remember and I really enjoyed this one. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is the black and white nature of the good vs evil theme. I understand that these books are aimed at very young children so grey areas might be a difficult concept but I didn't think that Princess Rudgrin deserved to be punished just [...]

    4. I loved this book as a young girl - probably something to do with the dream of being a princess and that it was a short story that I could finish in an hour or two. Reading it now, I don't really see why I loved it so much as a child, so my rating is a cross between loving it when i was younger and thinking that its not so great now.

    5. I've been looking for this series forever. I read one of the books when I was little (maybe 10) and loved it. I'm not even sure if this was the one I read, all I really remember is that each castle had convenient tunnels that the princesses could use to get to another castle.

    6. I like this book because each sister/princess rules a kingdom each. They were on a misson to get back the jewel crown.

    7. Loved loved loved!! I loved these books as a child. They were little princesses each with their own talents and powers to save the land and people they cared for.

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