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    Fairy Tale including adventure and Princesses

    Princess Bella is the most beautiful princess in the land, yet she always looks unhappy and sad, even-though she is not. This was because no-one had ever seen or heard her laugh. The King and Queen had tried numerous times to find out why, but with nothing ever being found wrong with the Princess, they were left baffled. The country’s people deemed her to be cold like ice, and gave her the title ‘The Ice Princess’. Whilst up in the tower one day, Bella finds herself dragon-napped by a friendly dragon named Spurlock. Spurlock has taken the Princess as he needs her help with a problem of his, and being ‘The Ice Princess’, she was perfect for the job. Bella thought that what Spurlock wanted to do was hilarious, and so she laughed and laughed, but her laugh made a horrible ear-splitting noise. Bella asked Spurlock to take her back to the castle and invited him to live with her family, as he was such a friendly dragon, but was Spurlock really a dragon, and why did Bella have such an awful laugh? Princess Bella and the Dragon’s Curse is a fun, young children’s fairy-tale, containing magic, knights, royalty, a dragon and an evil witch, all good things a fairy-tale should have! I loved the plot, and Bella certainly is the most beautiful princess that has ever lived, and Spurlock is such a cute dragon. I would have liked to have seen more illustrations throughout, as these tend to be what holds children to the pages and keeps them interested. That said, the pictures that are in the book are bright, colourful and eye-catching. If your children love fairy-tales, adventure and Princesses, then this book will capture their imagination and have them realising that love comes in all shapes and sizes.
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