The Princess and the Page

Written by Christina Farley

This is a fun book about a girl who, all she wants to do is write. But, all pens, paper and writing is banned at her house. She does not know why, but thieves break into her house to steal the unknown and she finds a magical pen that brings her story to life. Upset when her mom finds her secret writing place, she finishes the end of a story that she started with the magic pen and wins a competition. The prize? To be a princess for a week. The story she wrote was a dark one and she is soon drawn into her own story. Her mission: save the princess Gabrille. Together, Chet, Bella, and Keria need to fight ghosts, wolves, monsters and witches. Do they win? You’ll have to read the book to find out.

Review by Clair Reichert, Student, Mill Creek Elementary
Rating: ★★★★½ (4.5 stars)
Interest Level: Grades 3-6

The Princess and the Page
Written by Christina Farley
Scholastic Press
228 pages
Release Date: March 28, 2017
A review copy was provided by the publisher.

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3 thoughts on “The Princess and the Page”

  1. First, love your suspense hook at the end of the review! I wasn’t certain the students would like this book but after your review I think they will. Thanks!

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