"Step follows step. Hope follows courage. Set your face toward danger. Set your heart on victory." Princess Meryl dreams of one day protecting the kingdom of Bamarre, while timid Princess Addie is content to stay always within the safety of the castle walls. The one trait they share is... read more
Even though they are sisters, they are still different. Addie is shy and scared. Meryl is brave and daring. Then, when Meryl is chosen by the Gray Death, Addie must go on a journey and encounter the dangers that lie ahead.She finds out that she has found the courage she was looking for.
“Step follows step, Hope follows Courage, Set your face towards danger, Set your heart on victory,Victory for Bamarre!”author of Drault
“Drualt took Freya's warm hand, Her strong hand, Her sword hand, And pressed it to his lips, Pressed it to his heart. Come with me,' he said. Come with me to battle, My love. Tarry at my side. Stay with me When battle is done. Tarry at my side. Laugh with me, And walk with me The long, long way. Tarry with me, My love, at my side.”Author of Drault
“Poverty means more to the poor than to the rich. Wealth means more to the rich than the poor.”The Book of Homely Truths
“Food for thought requires a mind with teeth.”Vollys
This book is great for ages 8 and up. There is no bad language in the book and nothing too romantic. The only thing that your child could need help with is the vocabulary and the old sayings/terms. I read this book when I young and LOVED it. My parents loved this book too. PLEASE IGNORE THE READING LEVEL BECAUSE THEY DID NOT HAVE A SIGN THAT SAID 8 AND UP!!!
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