Saturday, February 15, 2014

The New Crown: Review

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The New Crown
Author: Jason Sandberg
Publisher: Jason Sandberg eBooks
Pages: 29

Summary:

Julietta the Carpenter can build almost anything using wood, metal or fabric. Her skills are put to the test when she runs afoul of her corrupt King. This new fairy tale introduces a resourceful heroine to the boys and girls of today. (Goodreads)

My Thoughts:

King Plunder was a mean king who took whatever he wanted. The only reason that the people of Platavia obeyed him was because they were frightened of him. There were so many laws that the people couldn't remember them all.

Julietta the Carpenter could build anything. And when she created a fancy hat for a customer the king became very angry because the hat was grander and taller than his crown. This was against his rules. He had Julietta arrested and locked away, but she had an idea that could free her and save the town from this horrible king. Will she be able to save the day or will she forever be a prisoner?

This was a very cute story with great illustrations. My four year old daughter was a huge fan of it. She really liked Julietta and thought she was very smart and brave. We are looking forward to more from this author in the future.

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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