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Princess of the midnight ball

Download princess of the midnight ball PDF by jessica day george and published by Bloomsbury USA Childrens in January 8, 2008, format Hardcover ..


princess of the midnight ball Awards

This gripping book is a contender for a whopping 1 prestigious awards:

  • South Carolina Book Award Nominee for Young Adult Book Award (2011)

Informative Details

Titleprincess of the midnight ball
Authorjessica day george
PublisherBloomsbury USA Childrens
Year of PublicationJanuary 8, 2008
LanguageEnglish
File FormatHardcover
Number of Pages280
Information about the book princess of the midnight ball, written by jessica day george

Intriguing Summary

A tale of twelve princesses doomed to dance until dawn… Galen is a young soldier returning from war; Rose is one of twelve princesses condemned to dance each night for the King Under Stone. Together Galen and Rose will search for a way to break the curse that forces the princesses to dance at the midnight balls. All they need is one invisibility cloak, a black wool chain knit with enchanted silver needles, and that most critical ingredient of all—true love—to conquer their foes in the dark halls below. But malevolent forces are working against them above ground as well, and as cruel as the King Under Stone has seemed, his wrath is mere irritation compared to the evil that awaits Galen and Rose in the brighter world above. Captivating from start to finish, Jessica Day George’s take on the Grimms’ tale The Twelve Dancing Princesses demonstrates yet again her mastery at spinning something entirely fresh out of a story you thought you knew.


About the Author

Jessica Day George likes chocolate, knitting, books, travel, movies, dragons, horses, dogs, and her family. These are all things to keep in mind if you ever meet her. For instance, you could bring her chocolate to make the meeting go more smoothly. You could also talk about how adorable her children are, even if you have never seen them. You could discuss dog breeds (she had a Maltese named Pippin, and grew up with a poodle mix and a Brittany Spaniel. Right now she has a Coton de Tulear named Sunny). You could talk about Norway, and how it’s the Greatest Place On Earth, and Germany, The Second Greatest Place On Earth. You could ask her about yarn, and indicate a willingness to learn to knit your own socks, if you can’t already do so.And, well, you could talk about books. Jessica’s books, other people’s books. It’s really all about the books. To paraphrase Jerry Seinfeld: Friends, family, school, they were just obstacles in the way of getting more books.She would like it if books came with chocolate to eat while reading them.

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