Friday, October 9, 2015
The Enchanted Necklace: A Nordic Princess Fairytale
The Enchanted Necklace is a new classic princess fairy tale intertwined with Norse mythology. Silya, the feisty ten year old Princess of Norway, eagerly awaits the arrival of her cousin and best friend, Princess Hedda of Denmark. The princesses are both looking forward to the summer solstice celebration, but trouble lurks in their future as magical villains see the girls as being vital for their deadly conspiracy. Hedda and Silya find themselves cast into a dangerous adventure filled with fire giants, female warrior angels, and the God of Thunder. Can the princesses save themselves and their kingdoms, or will the forces of chaos overwhelm and destroy them? Age Range: 8 - 12 years (formerly published as the Bifrost Bridge)
The Enchanted Necklace is absolutely inspiring. It is the perfect combination of Norse mythology and a fun fairytale adventure. I can't imagine a better written tale to inspire a child's creativity to flourish, and I adore the idea of being able to now be able to share my love for mythology with my children at a much younger age than previously planned. I really believe the author did a fantastic job at introducing mythological creatures into a realm children already find themselves familiar. The characters are wonderfully written and the plot is thorough. I can't wait to introduce it to my babies. A spot on my children's bookshelf is specifically reserved for this enchanting tale in the future. 5 stars, because it is PERFECT!
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