- File Size: 10360 KB
- Print Length: 72 pages
- Publisher: Diane Mae Robinson Ink; 1 edition (March 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XY4CR3D
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,602,288 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"The degree of imagination is matched by terrific humor and sense of fun. This book is a treasure - and one that is highly recommended." -Grady Harp, Hall of Fame Top 100 Reviewer
"Diane M. Robinson sets the bar by creating a heroine unlike any other in children's literature in this truly charming and imaginative adventure series." -Jeanne E. Rogers, Author of the award-winning middle-grade fantasy, The Sword of Demelza
"An epic fantasy and adventure tale for children in this original and highly acclaimed series." -Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
"Gender rules are flouted and unlikely heroes come to the fore in this story of light-hearted humor, excitement and highly readable action sequences, accompanied by vivid characters who leap off the pages."-K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
"A wonderful, fun, energetic, and adventurous female heroine who instills an underlying message that girls should be able to do what they wish, and not follow gender stereotypical roles. -Tracy A. Fischer for Readers' Favorite
"Robinson's satirical use of names and situations resemble a Dickensian world geared for children. The book's fast pace whisks the reader immediately away into a highly imaginative and fanciful land of medieval-esque creatures and characters." -Alysha Allen for Readers' Favorite
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This time Sir Princess Petra must travel to the Land of the Boogy Gobees and capture the dreaded
Car-panther. There is no way that she will allow the King to sabotage her Knight status, so Petra embarks on a journey that will be filled with surprises and serendipitous encounters. And, of course, our feisty and resourceful little heroine, and her loyal friends, overcome all odds.
Once again, author Diane M. Robinson has invented a charming and fanciful story that also contains gently-placed ethical and moral principals. Along with creating characters that are engaging and self-confident, she instills in them honor in doing what is right and not just what is expedient and self serving. I enjoyed mostly in this adventure an elegant tribute to the importance of “tree souls” to the planet and its inhabitants, skillfully enveloped in the books plot line.
So, I won’t spoil the delightful, clever ending. Just know that she wins on a technicality, which is often how justice happens in real life!
Sir Princess Petra's Mission: The Pen Pieyu Adventures
Sir Princess Petra's Mission is book 3 in the series about a princess who would rather mess about with dragons than do embroidery (I'm with her on that score!).
This was the first book in the series I have read and while it is easy to read as a stand alone, I would recommend reading the series as well. So my first impressions were: I love the illustrations and the cool page borders; the hand drawn map was simplistic, but it looks like something the princess would have drawn, so that suits the story. The large print and short chapters were great for engaging young readers. My main issue was having to wade through to page 28 to get to the story. Maybe some of those endorsements could be moved to the back.
I enjoyed the names such as 'Boogey Gobees' and 'Prince Norton Nastybum' and my favourite saying is 'Thanks the crab gods!' 'I am glorious with hobnobbyish delight' is phrase I will endeavour to utilise more often myself in every day conversation. ;-) I love the way Snarls is sarcastic and funny and he gives PP a reality check after her below-par singing.
I do wonder the cause of the national obsession with onions. Ewww! Breath mints must be in constant use there. I was rather more amused by the food fight, for that is a much more worthy tradition in my humble opinion.
So, I would recommend you suck on an onion (actually that bit is optional), but definitely go out and grab a copy of Sir Princess Petra's Mission and help solve the mystery of the 'car-panthers.'
Thanks to the author for sending me a copy of this entertaining book to review. Recommended for readers aged 8-12. 4.5 stars
Top international reviews
Humorous, witty, and an awesome adventure (with subtle moral messages) that any kid, or adult, is sure to love.