The Dragon Princess (Tales of the Frog Princess) (Paperback)

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The Dragon Princess (Tales of the Frog Princess) (Paperback)

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With E. D. Baker's trademark humor, wacky animal and human characters, and almost all-new cast, this is the story of Emma's daughter, Millie, who is trying to survive being a magical princess who happens to keep turning into a dragon. When she cannot stop her own magic any other way, she and three friends (one vampire, one troll and her cousin, a young wizard prince) set off for the Frozen North and the Blue Witch. Together the motley group battles fearsome bears, saves imprisoned dragons, and find their way home in style, with Millie having gained control of her dragon magic.
E. D. Baker is the author of The Tales of the Frog Princess series, including The Frog Princess, which was in part the inspiration for a new Disney movie which will be released this fall (The Princess and the Frog). Baker is also the author of Wings: A Fairy Tale. She lives with her family and many pets in Maryland. Visit www.edbakerbooks.com
Product Details ISBN: 9781619636224
ISBN-10: 1619636220
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
Publication Date: February 24th, 2015
Pages: 240
Language: English
Series: Tales of the Frog Princess

“High-spirited romantic comedy. . . . Fans of Gail Carson Levine's Princess Tales should leap for it.” —Kirkus Reviews on The Frog Princess

“As magically adventurous as fantasy can get.” —VOYA on Dragon's Breath

“Baker's vividly imagined fantasy world . . . [is] irresistible and loaded with humor.” —VOYA on Once Upon a Curse

“Kids will get a kick out of the hip Shrek vibe that Baker creates in this updated fairy tale.” —School Library Journal on No Place for Magic

“High-spirited romantic comedy. . . . Fans of Gail Carson Levine's Princess Tales should leap for it.” —Kirkus Reviews on The Frog Princess

“Kids will get a kick out of the hip Shrek vibe that Baker creates in this updated fairy tale.” —SLJ on No Place for Magic