Novel Magic: Give a Gift of Dragons


Do you have a whimsical dragon-lover on your shopping list? This story of courage and empowerment is perfect for a fairy-tale aficionado  in the middle grades.  I’m sharing it today as part of a New Release Blog Tour because Bianca is just the kind of book I  loved at that age. 

“Princess Bianca rules, in every way! This tale of intrepid discovery and determination will delight young readers and will dare those who deal with the dragons of self-doubt, frustration, and bullying to step out and challenge those menaces to a duel.”
New England Children’s Book Review — Listed as a Favorite

Princess Bianca had never set foot outside the castle walls. Not once in her over-protected, pink, fluffy life. But when a dragon was spotted in the land and fear spread that the monster had conquered the king and his brave knights, Bianca realized that it was her duty to protect her kingdom. She will have to prove that she can be braver and stronger than anyone believed because the threat outside the protection of her castle tower was more dangerous and magical than she ever imagined possible, except in a fairy tale.

 

 

 

 

Get the latest info on the release blog tour for Bianca as well as updates on Meg Dendler’s other books HERE

Get your own copy of this beautiful book!

“Bianca: The Brave Frail and Delicate Princess”

More Books by Meg Dendler:

“At the Corner of Magnetic and Main”

“Why Kimba Saved The World”

“Vacation Hiro”

 

 

“Miss Fatty Cat’s Revenge”

“Max’s Wild Night”

“Dottie’s Daring Day”

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http://megdendler.com/purchase-autographed-books/

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About SorchiaD

Award-winning author Sorchia Dubois lives in the piney forest of the Missouri Ozarks with eight cats, two fish, one dog, and one husband. A proud member of the Scottish Ross clan, Sorchia incorporates all things Celtic (especially Scottish) into her works. She can often be found at Scottish festivals watching kilted men toss large objects for no apparent reason.

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