Sunday, January 1, 2017

Book Review: Princess Lemonella by Saarein de Brake

Title: Princess Lemonella
Author: Saarein de Brake/Sassafras de Bruyn
Publisher: Clavis
ISBN: 1605372919 (ISBN13: 9781605372914)
Release Date: October 11th 2016
Pages: 32
Genre: Children’s
Format: eBook (will be hardback)
Source: Net Galley

Princess Lemonella is born angry. She always looks sour and never smiles.
When the king and queen try to find a prince for her, she sends all the candidates away.
Until one prince just rides past her …

A funny and romantic fairy tale about how love can make you smile.
For princes and princesses aged 5 years and older.

Very cute – several fairytales wrapped into one. “You don’t know what you’re looking for until you find it.

Ella was a very sour princess so her parents called her “Lemonella”. When it was time to marry her off there were several princes that came one thought she should let down her hair (Rapunzel), one wanted her to fit into a shoe (Cinderella) and one came with a mattress (Princess and the Pea)

Finally a sour prince came and there was a match made. They realized that they didn’t need to be sour anymore.

*I received a copy of Princess Lemonella from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

Reading Challenges:
2016 and 2017 Reading Challenge (GoodReads)
2017 Let's Turn Pages Challenge (GoodReads)
2017 Mount TBR Challenge (My Reader's Block)
2017 Picture Book Reading Challenge (Becky's Book Reviews)
2017 Reading Challenge (GoodReads)
eBooks Reading Challenge 2017 (Book Dragon's Lair)
Pages Read Challenge (Book Dragon's Lair)
2017 Netgalley & Edelweiss Reading Challenge (Bookish Things & More)

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