From childhood, Aerin had been haunted by the story of her mother - a "witchwoman" who enspelled the king and then died in childbirth, leaving behind a newborn daughter and an heirless land. Left to her own devices, Aerin grew up wild, doing her best to live up to her reputation as the disappointment of the realm. But little did the young princess know the long-dormant powers of her mother would wield their own destiny, and leave Aerin with a duty to her scornful homeland that she couldn't refuse.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/2/2007Pages: 304Reading Level: Age 18 and Up
Children’s Crown Step Stool - Princess & FrogThis Hand Painted Crown Step Stool brings a new uniqueness and hand crafted eloquent design to any room. The hand carved designs will light up your little one¦s smile and be pleasant for years to come. 14" x 14" x 12-5/8"
is a great shared activity for parties and play dates, and wearing the finished result is even more fun!Each themed set includes 8 die-cut paper crowns - 4 each of 2 different designs. Each crown has colored pattern outlines, colored foil highlights, an
Princess Marie-Victoria, heir to the Lily Throne, and Aelwyn Myrddn, bastard daughter of the Mage of England, grew up together. But who will rule, and who will serve? Quiet and gentle, Marie has never lived up to the ambitions of her mother, Queen Eleanor the Second, Supreme Ruler of the Franco-British Empire. With the help of her Head Merlin, Emrys, Eleanor has maintained her stranglehold on the world's only source of magic. She rules the most powerful empire the world has ever seen. But even with the aid of Emrys' magic, Eleanor's extended lifespan is nearing its end. The princess must marry and produce an heir or the Empire will be vulnerable to its greatest enemy, Prussia. The two kingdoms must unite to end the war, and the only solution is a match between Marie and Prince Leopold VII, heir to the Prussian throne. But Marie has always loved Gill, her childhood friend and soldier of the Queen's Guard. Together, Marie and Aelwyn, a powerful magician in her own right, come up with a plan. Aelwyn will take on Marie's face, allowing the princess to escape with Gill and live the quiet life she's always wanted. And Aelwyn will get what she's always dreamed of--the chance to rule. But the court intrigue and hunger for power in Lenoran England run deeper than anyone could imagine. In the end, there is only rule that matters in Eleanor's court: trust no one. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/1/2014Pages: 384Reading Level: Age 12 and Up
THE CUP AND THE CROWN is the sequel to THE SILVER BOWL and begins not long after that book ends. Prince Alaric is now King Alaric of Westria, having ascended the throne after Molly broke the terrible curse that haunted his family and cost his mother, father, and siblings their lives. Now Alaric intends to marry the beautiful Princess of Cortova, which will create an important alliance between Westria and Cortova. To help him win the princess's heart, Alaric tasks Molly with finding one of the loving cups that her grandfather had made. Molly's grandfather, William, was a gifted goldsmith and was touched by magic, just as Molly is now. The loving cups that he created were filled with magic that would help people fall in love and bind them together for life. Molly and her friends, Tobias and Winifred, set out with Stephen (a valet) and Lord Mayhew (a knight) on a journey that takes them to the city of Harrowsgode, which is a place that no one ever goes to because-according to folklore-the devil lives there. Molly and her companions are joined on their journey by a raven, who seems to have been leading them to Harrowsgode the whole time. No outsiders are allowed into Harrowsgode but Molly is able to get in because of her heritage. As Molly discovers, it's just as difficult to get out of Harrowsgode as it is to get in, and it looks like she'll be trapped there for the rest of her life. It's the raven, though, that is able to help because he is more than simply a rave
;A fine novel for early independent readers that conveys lots of information - about Thailand and making friends." - NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEWIn Thailand she was named Oy, but here in America the teachers call her Olivia. Other things are not so easy to change, however. When Oy draws a portrait of herself with brown hair and eyes as round as coins, her classmate Frankie makes fun of her and calls her Chinese. And the popular girl Liliandra barely speaks to her, until she learns that Oy has something very special: a Thai dancing dress from her grandmother, shimmering with pink silk and golden threads, that makes her look like a princess. Will Oy risk shaming her family to win Liliandra's approval - and be part of the club she has envied from afar? With compassion and rare insight, Carolyn Marsden tells a simple tale about a young girl who searches for acceptance in a complex culture, while learning to treasure all that she is.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 2/14/2006Pages: 80Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Ellen awakens one morning with a mysterious silver crown on the pillow beside her. What magic powers it possesses she has not yet discovered, but the sudden changes in her life are unmistakable: her house is burned down, her family has disappeared, and a man in a dark uniform is stalking her. Can Ellen ever find her family? Can she use the power of the silver crown to thwart the powers of darkness? What diabolical force hides inside the mysterious castle in the woods?Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 10/1/2001Pages: 272Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Although she is the daughter of Damar's king, Aerin has never been accepted as full royalty. Both in and out of the royal court, people whisper the story of her mother, the witchwoman, who was said to have enspelled the king into marrying her to get an heir to rule Damar-then died of despair when she found she had borne a daughter instead of a son. But none of them, not even Aerin herself, can predict her future-for she is to be the true hero who will wield the power of the Blue Sword...Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 10/2/2000Pages: 246Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Kidkraft Princess Bookcase Our Princess Toddler Bookcase will give your pint-sized princess plenty of room to display her royal treasure. This bookcase is fun, feminine and is perfect for helping the young girls in your life tidy up their rooms. Features: Three deep shelves for storing books, toys, games and more; Secret compartment hidden on top shelf; Gold crown painted on top; Finished in bright pink. 24.5" x 12" x 42.5
Here is the first book in the Princess Baby collection, followed by the picture book Princess Baby, Night-Night and the board book Princess Baby on the Go!Poor baby, no one calls her by her real name! “I am not a buttercup, or a giggly goose. I am not a cupcake. Please don’t call me Little Lamb, and never ever Gum Drop, she insists. With a curtsy and a twirl, again and again our protagonist makes it abundantly clear who she is. She wears a shiny crown, a fancy dress, sparkly shoes, a velvet cape, and glittery jewels. There are more clues too—she dances with princes, has perfect manners, and makes sure that everyone in her kingdom is happy. Her persistence pays off in the end, and even the youngest readers will be cheering, “Princess Baby!Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 1/8/2008Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
WhatA princess MeYeah, right. Mia Thermopolis is pretty sure there's nothing worse than being a five-foot-nine, flat-chested freshman, who also happens to be flunking Algebra. Is she ever in for a surprise. First Mom announces that she's dating Mia's Algebra teacher. Then Dad has to go and reveal that he is the crown prince of Genovia. And guess who still doesn't have a date for the Cultural Diversity DanceBook Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 3/25/2008Pages: 256Reading Level: Age 13 and Up
Growing up, Elizabeth fears she can never be Queen. Although she is the King's daughter, no woman can ever hope to rule over men in England, especially when her mother has been executed for treason. For all her royal blood, Elizabeth's life is fraught with danger and uncertainty. Sometimes she is welcome in the royal court; other times she is cast out into the countryside. With her position constantly changing, the Princess must navigate a sea of shifting loyalties and dangerous affections. At stake is her life—for beheading is not uncommon among the factions that war for the Crown. With the vivid human touch that has made her one of the foremost writers of historical fiction, Ann Rinaldi brings to life the heart and soul of the young Elizabeth I. It's a portrait of a great leader as she may have been as she found her way to the glorious destiny that lay before her. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 1/29/2008Pages: 224Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Levels of Discovery Princess Mini Rocker<br>- Hand-painted in pink, purple and cream with gold accents <br>- Crown backrest with 4" by 6" photo frame to honor the tiny princess <br>- Special Message: Always a Princess <br><br> Special understamp beneath the seat that the customer can personalize with the child's name, the name of the gift-giver and the special occasion when the chair was received. A photo greeting card is included so the child can say THANK YOU in a memorable way.Dimensions:21x13.5x24
No one thinks much of Black Gold because he is so small. But Jaydee sees something special in his eyes. He knows Black Gold would be great if he was his rider! Finally, Jaydee gets his wish. And Black Gold grows strong and fast under his careful hands. Soon it would be time for the most important race in America. Did they really have what it takes to win? Black Gold's inspirational story proves that the power of love and dedication can make any dream come true. Set against the thrilling and colorful world of Thoroughbred horses, Black Gold is the true story of this legendary horse and his determined young jockey.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/30/1992Pages: 176Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
After recovering the governor of Montana s famous dog, Cat, in The Governor s Dog is Missing, twelve-year-old sleuths Slate Stephens and Daphne McSweeney head to the infamous Montana ghost town of Bannack. While their geologist dads prospect for a large gold mining company, Slate and Daphne encounter a pair of perplexing puzzles. Under an old classroom desk in Montana s first schoolhouse, the young detectives discover clues pointing to missing gold treasure amassed by Montana s vigilantes 150 years earlier. At the same time, a thief has absconded with two priceless Charles Russell paintings on loan to the university art museum in nearby Dillon. In Hangman s Gold, the second Slate Stephens mystery, clues and curiosity lead our two heroes to begin solving both mysteries and dig up more dirt than they can handle.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 11/1/2011Pages: 176Reading Level: Age 10 and Up
Eleven-year-old Calli Gold is the quiet third child in a family of loud overachievers. In fact, the family motto is Be Gold. Calli's sister is on an ice-skating team, and her brother's a basketball star. Her parents are sure she has a hidden gift for something. They just have to figure out what it is! But Calli has flopped at everything she's tried. She sure doesn't feel like a Gold. Until a new person enters her life. Second grader Noah Zullo might seem strange to some people, but Calli can't help liking him, and they become partners in their school's Peer Helper Program. When they create a booth for the Friendship Fair, they fill it with secrets and surprises. And as Calli and Noah work and learn together, they even surprise themselves.Michele Weber Hurwitz's debut is an endearing and gently humorous story about the true meaning of achievement and the important things an "ordinary" kid has to offer.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/5/2011Pages: 208Reading Level: Age 9 and Up
Gold!" Jason shouted at the top of his lungs. "Read all about it! Gold discovered in Alaska!"Within hours of hearing the thrilling news, fifteen-year-old Jason Hawthorn jumps a train for Seattle, stow away on a ship bound for the goldfields, and joins thousands of fellow prospectors attempting the difficult journey to the Klondike. The Dead Horse Trail, the infamous Chilkott Pass, and a five-hundred-mile trip by canoe down the Yukon River lie ahead. With help from a young writer named Jack London, Jason and his dog face moose, bears, and the terrors of a subartic winter in this bone-chilling survival story.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 10/3/2000Pages: 240Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Don’t miss A to Z Mysteries—alphabetic adventures that are full of thrills, chills, and cases to crack! G is for Gold... In the seventh book of the A to Z Mysteries—an early chapter book mystery series featuring strong boy and girl characters—Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose go to Florida on vacation. Sun, sand...and sunken treasure? They hear that someone's found an old shipwreck. Two men are collecting money in order to bring up the gold, and they're promising to share the wealth beneath the waves. Is the offer too good to be true? It's up to Dink and his friends to get to the bottom of it! Each book includes a map and a letter from the author. Parents, teachers, and librarians agree that these highly collectible chapter books are perfect for emerging readers and any kid who love mysteries! Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 12/29/1998Pages: 86Reading Level: Age 5 and Up
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