Now that Annie has helped her sister Gwendolyn (a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty) wake up from the 100-year curse by finding her beloved prince, you would think that things would get back to normal. Think again! That beloved prince, Beldegard, is stuck in the body of a bear and the only way that Annie can be free of the two irritating lovebirds is to help - by finding the evil dwarf who cast the spell. Luckily, Annie has assistance from handsome prince Liam, and she has many tricks up her non-magical sleeve...
In this stand-alone fairy tale, Princess Annie is the younger sister to Gwen, the princess destined to be Sleeping Beauty. When Gwennie pricks her finger and the whole castle falls asleep, only Annie is awake, and only Annie-blessed (or cursed?) with being impervious to magic - can venture out beyond the rose-covered hedge for help. She must find Gwen's true love to kiss her awake. But who is her true love? The irritating Digby? The happy-go-lucky Prince Andreas, who is holding a contest to find his bride?
"review by 10 year old AWESOME"
Princess Emma will do just about anything to get out of marrying the self-centered Prince Jorge. So when she meets a frog named Eadric who claims, of course, to be a prince, she decides to give him a kiss and see what happens. Bad idea. The frog stays a frog, and worse still, Emma turns into a frog herself. It turns out only the person who cast the spell can break it, so Emma and Eadric are soon hopping along trying to find the witch who can make them human again.
"Enjoyable for the whole family"
Cory is a young tooth fairy in training who wants to be anything but that, except there's no way the Tooth Fairy Guild or her mother will let that happen. After yet another bad night on the job, Cory quits to explore other things--like babysitting an adventurous Humpty Dumpty, helping Suzy organize seashells by the seashore, and attempting to finally rid the spiders that plague Marjorie Muffet. But it isn't until Marjorie asks Cory to help set her up with a boy that Cory taps into a power she never knew she had.
E. D. Baker, the critically acclaimed author whose series inspired Disney’s The Princess and the Frog, delivers a funny and magical finale to her best-selling Tales of the Frog Princess. A Prince Among Frogs finds Princess Millie and her fiancé Audun preparing for their wedding when trouble begins to brew in Greater Greensward.
"I loved it"
With the help of family and friends, Annie and Liam's wedding day looks as if it's going to be perfect until everything starts to go wrong. Liam's father doesn't show up, nor do the magic-wielding guests. Members of the wedding party come down with strange afflictions, Annie's gown is ruined, a storm floods the castle grounds, and an unknown king lays siege to the castle. Queen Karolina decides that they need the help of her fairy godmother, Moonbeam, but a pea-soup fog keeps the messengers from leaving.
Sleeping Beauty's younger, non-magical sister, Annie, still can't rest while trouble in the kingdom threatens her good friend, Snow White. Snow White's evil stepmother has disappeared, and her father wants her married off right away - but who should she choose? How can she tell which prince is best? It's Annie and her good friend Liam to the rescue! A hilarious and fantastical romp through a fairy tale landscape from beloved author E. D. Baker.
No sooner have Emma and Eadric turned back into humans (from being frogs) than Emma's mother flies into a panic. Aunt Grassina is distracted because she's found her true love turned into an otter, and Emma's magic is so out of control she sends herself to the dungeon by mistake. The neighboring kingdom has chosen this moment to attack, and if Emma can't get Grassina's mind back on protecting the kingdom, life as they know it in Greater Greensward will be in peril.
"A happy witch story?"
The daughter of Princess Emma and Prince Eadric, 15-year-old Millie is often quite charming. But when she gets angry, she turns into a dragon—not a cute little pink one, but a huge, green-scaled, fire-breathing dragon. Of course, this terrifying sight scares off her friends and family—and any suitors seeking her hand in marriage.
"Good story for girls aged 6-9"
The Frog Princess and its sequels - continues the enchanting adventures of Eadric and Emma. When Trolls kidnap Eadric’s little brother, his mother won’t let Emma use magic - even to rescue him. Together with some offbeat friends, Eadric and Emma soon embark on a quest to free the endangered lad. As they traverse hostile terrain, fight off terrifying foes, and find unexpected allies, Emma begins to discover the true measure of Eadric’s devotion and strength.
This entertaining sequel to The Frog Princess and Dragon's Breath will delight fantasy fans. Emma is about to turn 16 and is worried about an old family curse that has been passed down from generation to generation. Upon reaching their 16th birthday, the women of her family must not touch any flower or they will lose their kindness, beauty, and youth. Emma saw it happen to her favorite aunt and is determined to find the cure before she too turns into an ugly witch.
"Very captivating series"
Crusade of Tears is an astonishing tale of courage, perseverance, and faith surrounding the tragedy of the Children's Crusade of 1212 in which thousands of German children crossed the Alps in a heart-wrenching attempt to rescue Jerusalem from Islam. Baker paints a masterful portrait of the times, one that blends meticulously researched historical accounts with a compelling plot and an unforgettable assortment of characters.
"Tough Journey, but worth it!"
Grassina has always lived in the shadow of her perfect older sister, Chartreuse. But when a terrible spell leaves the Kingdom of Greater Greensward in great danger, it is Grassina who finds the magic to set things right.
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In Dragon Kissby Book Sense 76 Children's Pick author E. D. Baker, Audun the teenage dragon falls for Princess Millie the moment he sees her. Now separated from her and forlorn, he's desperate to find her again.
After four years of meticulous research, C.D. Baker invites his readers to encounter the Jesus of the Gospels, though in ways they may not have expected. Becoming the Son: an Autobiography of Jesus is a unique, daring, and inspiring novel that reveals the astonishing possibilities of what could have been.
"What a great way of knowing Jesus"
Author C.D. Baker invites children to discover five virtues of a happy life through stories told by trees. The power of gratitude, humility, selflessness, kindness, and forgiveness are revealed in memorable tales that children are sure to love - and to remember.
"Best Children's Book Ever"
Donald John Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States on Friday, ushering in a new and more unpredictable era in which he has vowed to shatter the established order and restore American greatness.
"Trump Is Sworn In as President, Capping His Swift Ascent" is from the January 20, 2017 U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Peter Baker and Michael D. Shear and narrated by Corey M. Snow.
President Donald Trump intends to move forward with a major investigation of voter fraud that he says cost him the popular vote, White House officials said Wednesday, despite bipartisan condemnation of his allegations and the conclusion of Trump’s own lawyers that the election was “not tainted.”
"Pledge to Find Election Fraud Few Say Exists" is from the January 26, 2017 U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Michael D. Shear and Peter Baker and narrated by Fleet Cooper.