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"Life in the Seven Kingdoms is never dull . . ." —Jen McConnel, School Library Journal
For ages 9 to 12. Whether it's speaking up at a feast, reading a map, or taking a test in a strange kingdom, Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tales are about finding more magic in life.
Three full-length books in one!
Follow the hilarious adventures of a princess who defends her castle and wins a name for herself, a perpetually lost prince who learns how to lead, and a team of royal twins who face test after test to protect their beloved dragon.
Trouble With Parsnips, A Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale, 1;
Lost With Leeks, A Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale, 2; and
Under Pressure With a Squash: The Multiplication Problem, A Seven Kingdoms Fairy Tale, 3
Now in a single volume!
MORE BOOKS IN THE SERIES
Trouble at the Valentine Factory
Rule Trouble: The Case of the Illegal Dragon
Giant Trouble: The Mystery of the Magic Beans (March 2024)
PRAISE FOR THE SERIES
"Gr 4-7–Decher's fourth book in the "Seven Kingdoms" series is a zany story of ingenuity and collaboration. Life in the Seven Kingdoms is never dull, especially not with fairies popping by to ask for favors and a cranky queen creating candies that will put a spell on anyone who eats them."[Trouble at the Valentine Factory] —Jen McConnel, SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
"Kids will love every quirky thing about it!" [Trouble With Parsnips]
—Kristi Wientge, author, KARMA KHULLAR'S MUSTACHE
"delightful funny book that captures the readers heart from start to finish. A wicked Queen, hot air balloons, a friendly yellow dragon and a Prince with a lot of responsibility and a huge talent for getting lost make for a hilarious journey. . . will definitely be sharing it with my grandchildren." [Lost With Leeks] -Sharon Walker, grandparent
"a wonderful and fantastical story. . .a great read for older elementary children. . .enjoyed discovering this whimsical world, watching Nero overcome his obstacles, and seeing the growth of characters through the story. . ." [Lost With Leeks] -Christina Newcomb
"Very cute story. I can't wait to read it with my girls! As someone who has no sense of direction, I love that Nero is directionally challenged also. I hope there are more books to follow. I'd love to read about the other characters or even more adventures with Nero."[Lost With Leeks] -Charlotte's Reviews (Goodreads)
"Whimsy and adventure at every turn! . . . another wonderful read. Funny, delightful and whimsical story of two royal siblings who learn what leadership requires. Smiles for readers of all ages who will relate with the troubles these two face in doing what must be done - whether it's learning multiplication tables or utilizing archery skills!" [Under Pressure With A Squash: The Multiplication Problem]
—Eileen Schnabel, author, ONE IF BY LAND, TWO IF BY SUBMARINE