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Rose and the Lost Princess Blog Tour and Giveaway

Rose and the Lost Princess Blog Tour and Giveaway

Rose and the Lost Princess
Holly Webb
Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2014
Audience: Older Children, Teens
Source: E-Galley

About Rose and the Lost Princess: Rose’s whole life has changed in a matter of weeks. She’s gone from being a lonely orphan to a magician’s apprentice, though she’s learned that power comes at a price. Even Rose’s friends don’t seem to trust her anymore, especially when rumors of dark magic begin to swirl through the city.
Then the country’s beloved princess vanishes, and the king asks Rose for her help. She must find the missing princess and put a stop to the evil magician behind the kidnapping… before all is lost.
About the Author: Holly was born and grew up in southeast London but spent a lot of time on the Suffolk coast. As a child, she had two dogs, a cat, and at one point, nine gerbils (an accident). At about ten, Holly fell in love with stories from Ancient Greek myths, which led to studying university. She worked for five years as a children’s fiction editor before deciding that writing was more fun and easier to do from a sofa. Now living in Reading with her husband, three sons, and two cats, Holly runs a Guide unit. The Rose books stem from a childhood love of historical novels and the wish that animals really could talk.

My review: If you liked the movie Frozen, (and really, who didn’t?) you’ll like this book! You don’t have to read the first book, but the second will make more sense if you do. I love the Rose books, and the quicker they come out, the better! I am definitely buying this one this weekend. I really appreciated the information about the royalty at the time. Because of that, the story felt very authentic. This time around, my favorite character was Gus the cat.

Overall, I was dying to see what happened at the end. I can’t wait for the next book!

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Date Blog Blog Link
Tu April 1 A Backwards Story
Wed April 2 Geo Librarian
Th April 3 The Fairview Review
Fri April 4 YA Books - What We're Reading Now
Sat April 5 The Book Monsters
Sun April 6 Hopeless Bibliophile
Mon April 7 Cover 2 Cover Blog
Tues April 8 Sharon the Librarian
Wed April 9 Batch of Books
Th April 10 Word Spelunking
Fri April 11 Kelly Vision
Sat April 12 Central MN Mom
Sun April 13 Coffe & Books & Art
Mon April 14 The Hiding Spot
Tues April 15 Debz Bookshelf
Wed April 16 Miss Tiff Reads
Th April 17 Snarky Mamma
Fri April 18 Emerald City Book Review
Sat April 19 The Styling Librarian
Sun April 20 Hook of a Book
Mon April 21 Book Referees
Tues April 22 Inspired by Fiction
Wed April 23 Blog of a Bookaholic
Th April 24 Wondrous Reads
Fri April 25 Tanya's Book Nook
Sat April 26 So I'm Fifty
Sun April 27 In Bed With Books
Mon April 28 Jump Into Books
Tues April 29 One Momma Saving Money
Wed April 30 Literary Rambles
Th May 1 Hope to Read
Fri May 2 Tales of Mommyhood
Saturday May 3 To Read or Not To Read
Sunday May 4 The Book Club - Rubina Ramesh
Mon May 5 Wands and Worlds
Tues May 6 One Crazy Kid
Wed May 7 Inspired Librarian
Thurs May 8 The Flashlight Reader
Fri May 9 A Madison Mom
Sat May 10 Got Fiction?
Sun May 11 Jean Book Nerd
Mon May 12 Books Beside My Bed
Tues May 13 Novel Nutritious
Wed May 14 Tea and Savories
Thurs May 15 The Bookaholic Blurbs
Fri May 16 Live to Read
Sat May 17 Read Your Bookcase
Sun May 18 Redd's Reads