The Princess and the Page

Welcome to a world where magic spills from the tip of a pen. THE PRINCESS AND THE PAGE is Christina Farley’s first middle grade, releasing from Scholastic Press and we are excited to be part of the blog tour!

Make sure you enter the $25 gift card giveaway at the end of this post!


ABOUT THE BOOK:

  • Grade Level: 3 – 7
  • Hardcover: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Scholastic Press (March 28, 2017)

A mystical adventure about a pulls-no-punches princess and the power of her magical pen.

A dark secret lurks in Keira’s family. She comes from a long line of Word Weavers, who bring their stories to life when they use a magical pen. But for generations Word Weavers have been hunted for their power. That’s why Keira is forbidden to write. When Keira discovers her grandma’s Word Weaver pen, and writes a story for the Girls’ World fairy-tale contest, she starts to wonder if anyone ever truly lives happily ever after. Inspired by the life and times of Gabrielle d’Estrées, a real French princess who lived during the 1500s, The Princess and the Page follows the mystical journey of a modern-day “royal” who goes from aving a pen in her hand to wishing for the world at her fingertips .

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

CHRISTINA FARLEY is the author of the bestselling Gilded series. Prior to that, she worked as an international teacher and at a top secret job for Disney where she was known to scatter pixie dust before the sun rose. When not traveling the world or creating imaginary ones, she spends time with her family in Clermont, Florida with her husband and two sons where they are busy preparing for the next World Cup, baking cheesecakes, and raising a pet dragon that’s in disguise as a cockatiel. You can visit her online at ChristinaFarley.com.

 

 


 

MY REVIEW: This book was enjoyable and perfect for middler graders!

This story is about word weavers, those who can bring words to life and they can even enter that world. But there’s one catch and that is the character can hurt the word weavers.

There were many fun characters and magical creatures in Christina’s book. I think middle graders will enjoy it. Kiera was a great heroine to follow on her adventure because every girl can connect to her. Kiera wants to write but there are no pens and paper allowed in the house.

Kiera does find a magical pen that brings things to life thus begins a great adventure with mystery and magical elements. Christina does a wonderful job and bring the reader into Kiera’s adventure and the magical world

Should you read it! Yes! Perfect for any middle graders or adults that wants to be taken away on and adventure with humor and mystery.


 

CONTINUE THE BOOK TOUR

Mar. 23th – Ana Loves Books

Mar. 24th – YA Book Madness

March 25th – Literary Rambles

March 27th – Twinning for Books

March 28th – Mundie Kids

Mar. 29th – All Things Christine

Mar. 30th – YA Book Divas

Mar. 31st– Miranda’s Book Reviews

Mar. 31st – Word Spelunking

Apr. 3rd– Mine of Books

Apr. 4th – The AP Book Club

Apr. 5th – Middle Grade Ninja

 

 

ENTER TO WIN

 

One (1) lucky winner will receive:  $25 gift card to their favorite book vendor. Giveaway open internationally. Enter below or HERE.

 

 

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