• Title: Royal Princess Academy: Dragon Dreams
  • Author: Laura Joy Rennert Melanie Florian
  • ISBN: 9780803737501
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Royal Princess Academy Dragon Dreams She s sporty funny and brave meet the one of a kind Princess Emma Emma is not your typical princess She dislikes pink would rather play soccer than go dancing and secretly dreams of being a dragon
    She s sporty, funny, and brave meet the one of a kind Princess Emma Emma is not your typical princess She dislikes pink, would rather play soccer than go dancing, and secretly dreams of being a dragon rider And so, when she hears the news that dragons in the kingdom are becoming ill, does Emma quietly wait around for her fairy godmother to save the day Of course notShe s sporty, funny, and brave meet the one of a kind Princess Emma Emma is not your typical princess She dislikes pink, would rather play soccer than go dancing, and secretly dreams of being a dragon rider And so, when she hears the news that dragons in the kingdom are becoming ill, does Emma quietly wait around for her fairy godmother to save the day Of course not She makes a plan to solve the dragon mystery herself With a helping hand from her best friend, Rapunzel, and a surprising new pal, Emma might actually manage to save her favorite mythic creaturesd possibly even the whole kingdom.

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    1. Dragon Dreams (Royal Princess Academy) by Laura Joy RennertRennert, L. (2012). Royal Princess Academy: Dragon Dreams. The Penguin Group.Audience: Ages 6-8This series defies the superficial stereotype that consumes girlhood. Emma is representative of a girl who can be a girl without an obsession with pink, dancing, or being a “proper” lady. Instead, she dreams of being a dragon rider! So, Emma embarks on a journey to discover the mystical creatures of her dream in hopes to solve the mystery o [...]

    2. Princess Emma hails from a long line of perfect princesses, Snow White was her great-great-grandmother, Beauty is her grandmother and of course her mother is The Queen. She is finally attending the Royal Princess Academy, following in their perfect footsteps. Princess Emma is not your typical frilly pink and proper princess. She likes to kick a soccer ball and dream of dragons rather than improve her royal skills. She especially dislikes Princess Posture class, she would "rather read a book than [...]

    3. Princess Emma doesn't fit into the normal princess mold. While her classmates at the Royal Princess Academy are happy to practice posture by walking with books on their heads, Emma would rather read the books. Her classmates have cute, fluffy dogs for pets unless they have sleek, fancy dogs. Emma has a couple of cute (but not fluffy) dogs but she really wants a dragon. Unfortunately, dragons don't seem to be doing too well in the kingdom recently. When her class gets to visit the Dragon Caverns, [...]

    4. I love this chapter book about spunky Princess Emma, who dances to the beat of her own drummer - she hates pink, likes goofy dogs instead of fancy poodles, and REALLY wants a dragon. And she's compassionate and smart - whether consoling BFF Rapunzel with ice cream, or solving the mystery of dragons becoming sick, she's Grrl Power incarnate. I know two spunky 6-year-old girls who will LOVE this book!

    5. Princess Emma first year student at the Royal Princess Academy is not interested in learning proper posture,how to plan a princess party or how to set a royal table she had rather kick a soccer ball, run races with her cousin Prince Ben and and most of all she dreams of the day she will ride a dragon. When Emma learns the dragons in her kingdom are becoming ill she puts together a dragon kit and sets out to solve the mystery and save the dragons. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED EARLY CHAPTER BOOKCB

    6. My daughter loves this book. The pages are all worn and tattered because she sleeps with it. I highly recommend it for your princess who has her own beat and just needs to learn to accept herself for who she is: a spunky princess who'd rather tame dragons in her sneakers than dance at parties in her glass slippers.

    7. I liked it when Princess Emma met the gnomes. I liked it when princess Emma got to ride the dragon. And I like it because she is a princess that wants to ride dragons and likes to do sports. I think it was a good story.

    8. Really cute early chapter book. I like how the princess who saves the day is more of a Tomboy. The characters, particularly, the main one, Emma are well-developed likable and funny. The plot moves quickly and holds the reader's interest. Princess fans will not be disappointed.

    9. A subversive princess book, really the only kind of princess book I like. Good for animal, dragon, and princess lovers alike, k-2nd grade.

    10. emma was a clumsy princess and she loved dragons she wanted to meet one then she went to dragon caverns and then they lost there sparkle when it was birthday she got a pet dragon THE END

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