The Tale of the One-Eyed Princess

Children - Mythology/Fairy Tale
32 Pages
Reviewed on 11/25/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Princess Lillian ruled The Kingdom of Diamonds with love and kindness. It was a land filled with enchanting creatures and exciting adventures. It was a land nobody would want to leave. It was an ordinary day and Lillian was going to the village square where she read out stories to the imaginative children. The children were captivated by the story but before starting Chapter Three, she heard a crunch of leaves in the distance.

Princess Lillian left Rogue, her horse, to guard the children and bravely she went into the deep forest. A small elf came and she introduced herself as Bella. She said she was there to protect the Princess. They both felt a strange presence in the forest and Bella said it could be Recnac who traveled from kingdom to kingdom scaring people. She said Recnac stole the spirit from children and when Lillian heard that she ran back to the children. Would they be able to save the Kingdom from Recnac and how did Princess Lillian help Recnac see the light?

The Tale of the One-Eyed Princess by Jillian Camp is an adorable story of kindness, sacrifice, duty, and bravery. Princess Lillian is an inspiration to all young readers and will teach them to be selfless and helpful. The illustrations are bright and colorful and breathe life into the characters and story. It is a good story for tutors and parents to read out to youngsters to teach them good values in life in an interesting way. The story has whimsy, adventure, and good messages for readers and that is what makes it a good book for children to enjoy.