For readers who loved Ella Enchanted, the books of Shannon Hale, and the fairy tales of George MacDonald comes Fly: The Light Princess Retold
Amelia is not like an ordinary fairytale princess. She's airborne, literally. She’s prone to loop-de-loos and throwing lavish punk rock parties. She is always aloft and never ever comes down.
Hank is worried about the increasing water shortages. Big worries—hunger, thirst, and the fate of his village. He carries them deep, but what can he do? He’s just a guitar-playing, surfer boy from the village, after all.
Hank asks the Princess to intervene with the King and his big, looming dam, but she doesn't seem to care. The Princess never worries, and barely understands.
Until one night, Amelia asks, "Guitar Boy, will you play me a song?" and causes Hank's heart to play the beat before he can even answer, "Yes, Princess, I wrote one for you."
In turns, funny and tragic, quirky and thought-provoking, Fly tells the story of Amelia as she becomes a princess who cares about the world and people around her.
Also look for H.D. Knightley’s dramatic, fun, trilogy: The Estelle Series, Bright, Beyond, and Belief
Praise for Fly:
“Such a such a fun read.—RB
“a cleverly written magical fairytale—T Williamson
“love the modern twist and the addition of the issue of water shortage and poor water conditions.” —H Hawkes