Can a magically-disguised princess make herself heard when it really matters?
About TROUBLE WITH PARSNIPS
For ages 9 to 12
For fans of Jean Ferris’ ONCE UPON A MARIGOLD, Jacqueline Davies’ THE LEMONADE WARS, and E.G. Foley’s THE GRYPHON CHRONICLES.
A Story About the Magic of Speaking Up
The nameless princess might get a name today! Her 14th try is looking good . . . Even though she can’t get a word in edgewise. Then the Blackfly Queen strides into the feasting hall . . . Just as the oh-so-tasty parsnip fries run out. Arrows fly! Tempers flare! Another christening goes up in smoke! Her fairy godmother’s perfect leadership gift has one small side effect: The princess has 15 days to make a name for herself . . . Or she’ll be invisible for life! What’s a princess to do? Can she finally use the tool that’s never worked. . .her quiet voice?
Why read Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tales?
Everyone knows the leaders of tomorrow will need lots of skills. Each Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale takes on a BIGGIE.