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King Alfred has turned his attention to parts of England such as Northumbria and the city of Eoferwic York that are occupied by two Viking warlords, Erik and Sigefrid.

A cleric brings Alfred news of a holy vision, dreamt by the Abbot Eadred of Cumberland, that tells that Saint Cuthbert wants the Danish slave and son of the warrior Harthacnut, Guthred, who is in the hands of slave-traders, to be appointed as King of Cumberland.

Uhtred, along with Hild and Halig, rides to Eoferwic in search of Thyra. Erik and Sigefrid leave the city in the hands of the Dane Haesten, before leaving with an army to maraud in Scotland.

Soon afterwards, the people of Eoferwic rebel and reclaim the city. Uhtred encounters Father Beocca in Eoferwic.

Beocca asks him to help him buy the slave and tells him where to find Kjartan. Guthred sees no danger in integrating the Danes into his army and agrees.

Sihtric, one of Kjartan's illegitimate sons swears allegiance to Uhtred. Abbot Eadred systematically builds mistrust of Uhtred, telling Guthred that Uhtred is a pretender to his crown.

King Guthred tries to raise an army to reclaim Northumbria from the Danes, beginning with Eoferwic. Guthred wants to negotiate a truce with Erik and Sigefrid.

He offers them the fortress of Dunholm in exchange for Eoferwic, but for this they must join forces to defeat Kjartan.

Lord Aelfric, Uhtred's uncle, agrees to send soldiers if Uhtred is disposed of. Guthred sells Uhtred and Halig into slavery.

Hild rides to Wessex to asks for assistance. King Alfred asks Ragnar the Younger to try to find and save Uhtred. Uhtred and Halig are now rowers on a slave ship.

There they are befriended by the Irishman, Finan, another slave. Halig is ill and weakened from a winter spent on Iceland and is killed by the boat owner Sverri on the return journey to England, in punishment of Uhtred and Finan for their attempt to escape.

Ragnar and Hild are shocked to find Uhtred a broken and frail man. Ragnar frees all the slaves and Finan kills Sverri. Guthred offers his sister to Aelfric to create a political union.

Eadred goes to the nunnery where Gisela is hiding and marries Gisela to Aelfric by proxy. Uhtred rescues Gisela and kills Abbott Eadred in the process.

Alfred decides Ragnar should die because he was responsible for Uhtred. If Uhtred swears an oath of service, Ragnar will be spared. Uhtred marries Gisela.

Alfred sends Uhtred to Cumberland to defeat Erik and Sigefrid. Ragnar kills Kjartan and lets him die without his sword, thus barring his entry to Valhalla.

They find Thyra, who is severely traumatized by her life as a slave to Kjartan and his son, Sven. Father Beocca takes her into his care. Ragnar claims Dunholm.

Three years later, Uhtred has his own estate, Coccham Cookham , in Wessex. Gisela and he have a son Young Uhtred and a daughter Stiorra.

Mercia is being raided by Danes. Sigefrid and Erik have returned and plan to occupy the fortress of Beamfleot on the Temes river and the city of Lunden in Mercia, thereby blocking supply chains to Wessex.

Aethelwold has been to Daneland and tells Uhtred of a speaking corpse, Bjorn, who has visions of the future.

Alfred visits Coccham to reprimand Uhtred for hanging a thief without a trial. He suspects Aethelwold of conspiring against him and also voices suspicion of Uhtred.

Bjorn tells Uhtred that he will be King of Mercia. Hild establishes a nunnery at Coccham. Father Beocca reveals his love for Thyra. Alfred has betrothed his daughter, Aethelflaed, to a political ally, Aethelred of Mercia.

Aethelred insults Gisela and makes an enemy of Uhtred. Father Beocca marries Thyra. Odda the Elder infuriates Alfred by defending Uhtred.

Alfred excludes Uhtred from his strategic planning of his attack on Lunden and orders him back to Coccham.

Aethelred tells Aethelflaed that she will accompany him to battle. While the armies of Wessex and Mercia attack Lunden, and find it empty, the Danes raid the camp where Aethelflaed resides.

Aethelflaed has been kidnapped by Sigefrid and Erik, who have abandoned Lunden in favour of negotiating a ransom for her. Erik is becoming smitten by Aethelflaed.

Haesten has other plans for her. Erik rescues Aethelflaed from assault and they grow closer. Lady Aelswith overcomes her animosity towards Uhtred and asks Alfred to send him to rescue her.

Alfred sends Aethelred and Uhtred to Beamfleot to negotiate the ransom. Odda tells Alfred that if the ransom is too much it will cripple Wessex, and the money will be used to raise an army against Alfred.

But if Aethelflaed is left with the Danes she will be a trophy used to humiliate Alfred. Odda suggests that she takes her own life to avert disaster.

Although the ransom for Aethelflaed amounts to the entire wealth of Wessex, Alfred decides to pay it, even though it will lead to the slaughter of hundreds of his men by the army that the Danes will raise with the payment.

Odda reiterates that the costs of saving Aethelflaed will destroy Wessex. Alfred dismisses Odda as his advisor. Aethelflaed writes to Uhtred to ask him to help her escape with Erik.

Sigefrid suspects Erik has become too attached to Aethelflaed and locks her in a cage in the main hall of the fortress where all Danes can ensure that she is imprisoned.

Odda raises the fyrd of his estate in Devonshire to attack Beamfleot. Three nights before the ransom is to be paid, Uhtred leads a night raid to rescue Aethelflaed.

Alfred has brought an army to confront Odda at Beamfleot. Uhtred sets the fortress aflame and uses the distraction to free Aethelflaed.

Sigefrid kills Erik. Uhtred stops Sigefrid from killing Aethelred. Aethelflaed kills Sigefrid. Odda will be put on trial for treachery. Odda takes his own life.

The warlord Sigurd, called Bloodhair, is aided by the seer Skade in his raids in Wessex. Aethelred is expected to do the same.

But it is Aethelflaed that leads the army in its march to meet Alfred. Uhtred encounters Skade who tells him that she has cursed him. Uhtred tells Alfred, who has settled his camp at Aesceneium Burh Eashine in Wessex, that he was not wise to have left Winchester unprotected.

Alfred rejects his advice. Skade tells Alfred that he will not live to see another summer. Bloodhair comes to Eashine to claim Skade.

When Uhtred returns to Winchester he learns that Gisela has died giving birth to his son. Aethelwold begins conspiring against Uhtred.

Alfred and his clerics confront Uhtred for his action of disinterring Gisela to give her a pagan funeral.

He slaps one of the clerics and he dies as a result. Alfred offers to waive a death penalty in return for pieces of silver and an oath of allegiance to Edward.

Uhtred refuses and takes Alfred hostage. He tells him what he thinks of him, then lets him go and escapes. Alfred condemns him to die. Aethelwold visits Aethelred.

He asks Aethelred to help him assume the crown of Wessex when Alfred dies. In return, he will help Aethelred become king of Mercia.

He suggests that Aethelflaed is killed; Aethelred sends Aldhelm to do the deed. Aethelwold meets with Bloodhair and Haesten and suggests an alliance that includes Ragnar and Uhtred.

Aethelwold offers to foment unrest that will aid an uprising. Uhtred is ailing badly from an injury incurred whilst escaping.

Brida imprisons Skade, but tells Uhtred that Skade could help him wield power. Aldhelm tells Aethelflaed that Aethelred wants her killed and she should flee to safety.

He tells her because he is loyal to Mercia and not Aethelred. She decamps to a nunnery at Wincelcumb. Alfred decides to arrange a marriage for Edward, who is now a teenager.

Aelswith wants a betrothal to the daughter of Lord Aethelhelm, the rich and powerful ruler of Wiltunscir. But Edward has secretly married his sweetheart and is the father of twins.

Uhtred has recovered from his injury. Bloodhair, Haesten and Aethelwold arrive at Dunholm. Ragnar offers him and his men peaceful hospitality.

They tell him of their plans. Ragnar contemplates marching with them on Wessex to defeat Alfred. Uhtred and Skade form an alliance.

He has promised to stay with Ragnar, but when Aethelflaed contacts him to help her, he leaves Dunholm.

Ragnar is disgusted and disappointed at this apparent disloyalty. He disowns Uhtred and grants Bloodhair his wish to fight Uhtred to the death for Skade.

Uhtred defeats Bloodhair, but Ragnar stops Uhtred from killing him. Uhtred leaves Dunhom with Skade and his men.

Brida promises to kill him. Ragnar beats Aethelwold for his role in fomenting intrigue and deceit. Haesten, who is now the Earl of Beamfleot and pretending to be an ally of the King, travels to Wessex and tells him that Ragnar, Bloodhair, Aethelwold and Uhtred have formed an alliance and are amassing an army.

He suggests that rather than waiting for an attack on Winchester, Alfred brings his army to meet them.

Cnut starts to woo Brida and conspires with Bloodhair against Ragnar. He dares Aethelwold to kill Ragnar in his sleep, which he does.

Aethelwold refuses to give Ragnar his axe when he dies, meaning he cannot enter Valhalla and will spend eternity in Niflheim. Uhtred arrives at the abbey where Aethelflaed is hiding.

Uhtred gives Skade to Haesten instead of Aethelflaed on condition that he retreats from the Abbey. Cnut assumes leadership of the Danes.

He tells Brida of his interest in her. She tells him that she knows that either he or Bloodhair killed Ragnar. Cnut denies it. She blames Uhtred because he abandoned Ragnar.

Uhtred travels to Aylesbury in Mercia with Aethelflaed, where they ask to see the King. He arranges a Witan.

He commutes Uhtred's death sentence because he saved his daughter. He asks Alfred to send 1, men. Alfred rejects his suggestion.

But Edward tells Uhtred that he approves of his plan and will meet him at the forest before Beamfleot with an army. He convinces Alfred to give him the support he needs.

Uhtred lures Haesten and his army from Beamfleot with around 30 men. Haesten is defeated and absconds with Skade.

Aethelwold tells them that the key to their success is killing Uhtred. They send him back to Wessex to raise a Saxon army. Sihtric is furious and chooses to leave Uhtred and join Cnut.

Soon after, Brida kills Storri without breaking his skin and without shedding his blood: by this means she lifts the curse Storri placed on her when she was a young woman.

Uhtred returns to Saltwic and tells his men he has to find Skade. Sihtric is at the camp and tells them that Uhtred is weak in mind and body.

Cnut and Brida join forces. Bloodhair challenges Haesten to a fight to the death. Skade drugs Bloodhair and kills him during the fight.

Edward meets his betrothed, Aelflaed. Aethelwold faces the Witan, but he manages to convince them that he went to the Danes to spy on them.

He tells them that Uhtred is the one that betrayed them and that he told the Danes that he would kill Uhtred and that this is why they let him go.

Uhtred approaches the Danes' camp and meets Sihtric there. Uhtred and he tell the others that Sihtric's departure for the camp was so that he could spy for Uhtred.

Sihtric arranges that Skade meets Uhtred in the night. Even when the movie has. They speak their heart out, they swear a lot and are stoically unrestricted when it comes to love and lust.

The movie showcases these gutsy ladies with umpteen flaws, but they are not scared of. On Saturday, the movie saw an upward trend in the occupancy in the morning shows slightly more than the opening day that is 55 percent.

I'm a bi woman in my twenties, and this book strikes home for me in two very personal ways. First, looking back: if I'd had even one story like this as a kid, might I have understood my sexuality earlier in life?

And second, looking forward: my wife and I are planning to begin the adoption process in the next year or two, and now we have a book with a wlw relationship to read to our children!

I recommend this book to anyone with or who works with children of the age to appreciate picture books. Queer themes aren't inherently 'mature,' and topics around gender and sexuality aren't uncomfortable for kids unless they learn that discomfort from adults!

Thanks for coming to my TED talk. Apr 03, H rated it it was amazing. When this came across my desk, I knew that it was going to be one of the books I read this year.

And just as welcome in the landscape of familiar fairy tales. This tome has a different vibe to it from the author's first.

Mr Haack wrote both tales but the illustrators are different in style. Here the style is bolder and inkier. The prose is a more formal but still tells a tale of two people who fall for each other and build upon that in a model of a healthy relationship.

Quite an agreeable point of this book is that all different colored people populate in this kingdom from a variety cultures going from their clothes at the ball.

And in a toss up of the rescue-a-maiden-from-a-dragon, the maiden has a dragon! How can a story not made even better with a dragon?

Overall, this book is a win and, dare I say, needed addition to children's storybooks. Apr 02, Earl rated it liked it.

A celebratory read. But it is riddled with the same problems as that one--namely, the text is clunky, awkward, and shoehorned into a forced rhyme scheme.

A nice idea here, and certainly addresses a void in children's literature; that books about two women falling in love, especially in an appealing fairy-tale format, are needed is true understatement.

Unfortunately, this is not the book to help fill said vacuum--children deserve better, and so do the adults who read with them.

Aug 06, Allison rated it liked it Shelves: picture-book , pb-lgbt , pb-princesses. So, I loved the illustrations and enjoyed the story.

What I am curious about is how people will end up using it coming from a professional standpoint not a personal one - it could be a target for book challenges.

I could see people using it as a bedtime story for older children. Jul 02, Kirsten rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-or-ya , from-library , lgbtq-interest , picture-book , storytime , fiction , poc-characters , folklore-and-fairytales.

A lovely rhyming story about a maiden who goes to the ball and meets her princess. The story is sweet, but what really elevates this picture book are the amazing illustrations.

The Maiden and the Princess are anything but stereotypically willowy, and I love that they are not white. My daughter who is four demanded that I read this twice in a row!

Sep 09, Kris rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books. Love the text, and even if the ending is a little too pat, it is a fairy tale.

Happily ever after and all. I did not love the art here, though, so I knocked off a star. However, this is a great addition to a library collection and something for both LGBTQ and princess loving audiences.

Mar 11, Audra Unabridged Chick rated it liked it Shelves: read-unabridged-kid. As a family of two moms, I really wanted to looooooooooooooooooove this book but it was fine.

The 'heart' of the story no pun intended didn't feel all that moving, and the fact that the maiden and the princess fell in love was, whatever.

When the story started with the maiden being reluctant to marry the prince, I had thought it was because the maiden didn't want to be hustled into marrying a friend.

Which I would have appreciated -- already with my five-year-old, I've seen parents talk abt fr As a family of two moms, I really wanted to looooooooooooooooooove this book but it was fine.

Which I would have appreciated -- already with my five-year-old, I've seen parents talk abt friendships between children of different gender identities jokingly paired as if romantically -- and it would have been nice to have a book that reminds parents and kids that everything doesn't have to be romantic.

Anyway, the maiden falls for the princess and it's all fine, but kind of ho hum. May 05, Caroline rated it it was amazing Shelves: lqbtq-books , story-time , picture-books.

Very similar to Haack's book "Prince and Knight. Haack-Galup's text is simplistic, straightforward, and melodic. The simple rhyming text takes the typical trope of having a princess attending a ball to find her prince, but with a twist.

Human's dresses the diverse villagers in lavish, jewel-toned gowns and dramatic headpieces, bringing a sense of opulence to the pages.

The premise of the book is rather straightforward. When she is chosen as the best match for the prince, she is miserable.

May 01, Amie Doughty rated it it was ok Shelves: picture-books. As with Haack's Knight Prince, I really wanted to like this book.

The story itself has a lot of potential. But the writing is beyond atrocious. Enough with the canned rhymes. They detract from the story, and not all picture books have to sound like Dr.

The maiden goes to the ball to see if she wants to marry the prince but falls for the princess. Attention to diversifying the royal family was made and the artwork is glorious!

Jan 26, Baby Bookworm rated it it was amazing Shelves: our-reviews. Hello, friends! The maiden is deeply conflicted about this; she is celebrated both for her beauty and courage in battle, and ma Hello, friends!

The maiden is deeply conflicted about this; she is celebrated both for her beauty and courage in battle, and many of the royal subjects insist that the prince will choose her.

She, however, only thinks of the prince as a friend and brother-in-arms. Not wanting to miss the ball, she dresses to the nines and attends, but is quickly overwhelmed by the attentions of the other partygoers.

Stealing outside for some fresh air, she happens upon a beautiful lady. The two begin to talk, soon whiling away the hours in deep conversation. But a revelation by the king and queen may put a damper on their blossoming relationship; for the lady is not ordinary courtier, but the royal princess herself.

Truly remarkable is the way the story manages to weave traditional fairytale romance with details that make it refreshingly modern and affirming.

The princess is intelligent and studious, and these qualities are described as attractive and positive. Both women are drawn as being women of color with accurate, proportional body types, and both are described as stunningly beautiful for it.

The art is colorful, magical, and diverse, the length is great, and we loved this one. Jun 11, Ellen Bees rated it really liked it Shelves: children-book.

When we reached the last page, where the two main male characters get married and live happily ever after, he asked a question. Not related to why two male characters were getting married.

That was obvious: they loved each other. Instead, he wanted to know why there were white things in the air, and what exactly was confetti, and why people throw paper in the air to celebrate, and how come he didn't see any at the last wedding we attended.

He didn't seem completely satisfied with my answers, which is a fair. Confetti is a bit odd when you think about it.

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Loud music plays and the party is in full gear. People in costume line the hall and dance to such Halloween classics as The Monster Mash on the dancefloor.

A young woman dressed like a medieval maiden holds an empty plastic Dixie cup in her hand. She whispers something over to her friends- a bumblebee, a sexy go-go dancing robot, and a Cleopatra.

The woman's friends' motion to her that they can't hear her over the music. She gestures to her cup, and they nod seemingly getting her meaning, and continue dancing.

The young maiden goes over to refill her drink at the makeshift popup bar and places her order with the vampire behind the counter.

The vampire hits the tap of a beer keg and fills her cup, passing it back to her. The maiden thanks the bartender and hands him a bill- he shakes his head at her and tells her not to worry about it and that it's on the house; he then shoots her a cheeky little wink.

She blushes, smiles, and offers him her thanks. The maiden takes her drink and squeezes through the congestion of the party- pushing past costumed partygoers.

She heads down a side hallway and passes by a large queue to the bathroom; she sighs, thankful that she hasn't yet had to relieve herself tonight.

She walks further away from the party and the loud noise of the music; hoping to get some peace and quiet to herself for a moment. Finding a little silent spot down the corridor and off to the side a ways, she stops and leans against the concrete wall of the interior.

She sighs heavily to herself before taking a sip of her drink. The air around the maiden lies heavy and thick; suffocating her and causing the woman to begin to feel lightheaded.

At that moment a large and aggressive gust of wind blows through the hall causing the outside doors to fly wide open.

The startled maiden chokes on her drink and starts coughing. Lightening illuminates the exterior through the now open doors adjacent to her.

Following this strange and sudden gust of wind, the door to the utility closet situated across from the woman begins to vibrate and shake violently.

It turns out that the maiden has met her match, not in the form of the prince, but in the princess The occasional instances of awkwardness in the rhyming text that I perceived in the earlier book seemed more frequent here, and were distracting.

Whatever the case might be, I definitely noticed the textual hiccups more frequently here. Leaving that issue aside, I also found the artwork, done by British illustrator Becca Human, rather unappealing.

It was colorful and expressive, but somehow the style didn't suit me, and felt distracting. While this is certainly true, I think it's also that Human's style was reminiscent of the old Prince Valiant comic strip, if a overly pink and purple rainbow had thrown up all over it.

That is, perhaps, too harsh a criticism for illustrations that simply didn't appeal to me, but there you have it. This was a two-and-a-half-star title for me, although I would still recommend it to those seeking same-sex fairy-tales, given the dearth of other options.

Neither the art or verse is particularly strong, but I'll give a bonus star for inclusivity of race and LGBTQ in a children's picture book.

Mar 31, Nicole rated it really liked it. I liked the story as much as Prince and Knight, maybe a little more. However I like the art style of Prince and Knight more than this one.

That being said, both are incredibly cute and great books to put in the library of any child. Aug 02, Mike rated it it was amazing Shelves: favourites , lgbtq , childrens , Apr 05, Effie rated it it was ok.

I wanted to like this book because I like what it's trying to do, but somehow I didn't. The rhyming was pretty clunky and it just felt too pat to me, but maybe that's the point.

Apr 11, Artemis rated it really liked it Shelves: action , children-s , romance , fairy-tales , lbgtq , picture-books , princesses-and-queens , action-fantasy-heroines , poc-and-diversity , fantasy.

A warrior maiden is expected to wed her friend, the prince, but he is only like a brother to her. At the ball, alone and miserable on a balcony, she meets and falls in love with his sister.

I wasn't sure about the art at first, but it ended up being the best for this story. The maiden's adventures and battles are told in flashback and snippets as well.

I like her little dragon companion, though, that grows bigger as the maiden and the prince What a lovely LBGTQ rhyming picture book for children.

I like her little dragon companion, though, that grows bigger as the maiden and the princess grow closer together. Nice subtle touch there.

Brilliant diversity too, with the POC leads. Get here already! Oct 17, Sara rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-with-lgbtqia-characters , picture-books.

The art is bright and lovely and the story melts your heart. Apr 02, Sarah Wright rated it it was amazing.

Everyone's read stories in which a girl goes to a royal ball, dances with the prince, and falls in love with him. This time, the girl falls in love with the princess instead—and no one acts like it's weird or forbidden, which is so, so important.

I also love that the characters are racially diverse; the royal family has dark skin and textured hair, and there's a whole spectrum of skin tones represented in the background characters.

The beautiful, bright art style is perfect for the tone of the book and I love the little dragon friend.

I'm a bi woman in my twenties, and this book strikes home for me in two very personal ways. First, looking back: if I'd had even one story like this as a kid, might I have understood my sexuality earlier in life?

And second, looking forward: my wife and I are planning to begin the adoption process in the next year or two, and now we have a book with a wlw relationship to read to our children!

I recommend this book to anyone with or who works with children of the age to appreciate picture books. Queer themes aren't inherently 'mature,' and topics around gender and sexuality aren't uncomfortable for kids unless they learn that discomfort from adults!

Thanks for coming to my TED talk. Apr 03, H rated it it was amazing. When this came across my desk, I knew that it was going to be one of the books I read this year.

And just as welcome in the landscape of familiar fairy tales. This tome has a different vibe to it from the author's first. Mr Haack wrote both tales but the illustrators are different in style.

Here the style is bolder and inkier. The prose is a more formal but still tells a tale of two people who fall for each other and build upon that in a model of a healthy relationship.

Quite an agreeable point of this book is that all different colored people populate in this kingdom from a variety cultures going from their clothes at the ball.

And in a toss up of the rescue-a-maiden-from-a-dragon, the maiden has a dragon! How can a story not made even better with a dragon?

Overall, this book is a win and, dare I say, needed addition to children's storybooks. Apr 02, Earl rated it liked it. A celebratory read. But it is riddled with the same problems as that one--namely, the text is clunky, awkward, and shoehorned into a forced rhyme scheme.

A nice idea here, and certainly addresses a void in children's literature; that books about two women falling in love, especially in an appealing fairy-tale format, are needed is true understatement.

Unfortunately, this is not the book to help fill said vacuum--children deserve better, and so do the adults who read with them. Aug 06, Allison rated it liked it Shelves: picture-book , pb-lgbt , pb-princesses.

So, I loved the illustrations and enjoyed the story. What I am curious about is how people will end up using it coming from a professional standpoint not a personal one - it could be a target for book challenges.

I could see people using it as a bedtime story for older children. Jul 02, Kirsten rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-or-ya , from-library , lgbtq-interest , picture-book , storytime , fiction , poc-characters , folklore-and-fairytales.

A lovely rhyming story about a maiden who goes to the ball and meets her princess. The story is sweet, but what really elevates this picture book are the amazing illustrations.

The Maiden and the Princess are anything but stereotypically willowy, and I love that they are not white.

My daughter who is four demanded that I read this twice in a row! Sep 09, Kris rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books.

Love the text, and even if the ending is a little too pat, it is a fairy tale. Happily ever after and all. I did not love the art here, though, so I knocked off a star.

However, this is a great addition to a library collection and something for both LGBTQ and princess loving audiences. Mar 11, Audra Unabridged Chick rated it liked it Shelves: read-unabridged-kid.

As a family of two moms, I really wanted to looooooooooooooooooove this book but it was fine. The 'heart' of the story no pun intended didn't feel all that moving, and the fact that the maiden and the princess fell in love was, whatever.

When the story started with the maiden being reluctant to marry the prince, I had thought it was because the maiden didn't want to be hustled into marrying a friend.

Which I would have appreciated -- already with my five-year-old, I've seen parents talk abt fr As a family of two moms, I really wanted to looooooooooooooooooove this book but it was fine.

Which I would have appreciated -- already with my five-year-old, I've seen parents talk abt friendships between children of different gender identities jokingly paired as if romantically -- and it would have been nice to have a book that reminds parents and kids that everything doesn't have to be romantic.

Anyway, the maiden falls for the princess and it's all fine, but kind of ho hum. May 05, Caroline rated it it was amazing Shelves: lqbtq-books , story-time , picture-books.

Very similar to Haack's book "Prince and Knight. Haack-Galup's text is simplistic, straightforward, and melodic. The simple rhyming text takes the typical trope of having a princess attending a ball to find her prince, but with a twist.

Human's dresses the diverse villagers in lavish, jewel-toned gowns and dramatic headpieces, bringing a sense of opulence to the pages.

The premise of the book is rather straightforward. When she is chosen as the best match for the prince, she is miserable.

May 01, Amie Doughty rated it it was ok Shelves: picture-books. As with Haack's Knight Prince, I really wanted to like this book.

The story itself has a lot of potential. But the writing is beyond atrocious. Enough with the canned rhymes. They detract from the story, and not all picture books have to sound like Dr.

The maiden goes to the ball to see if she wants to marry the prince but falls for the princess. Attention to diversifying the royal family was made and the artwork is glorious!

Jan 26, Baby Bookworm rated it it was amazing Shelves: our-reviews. Hello, friends! The maiden is deeply conflicted about this; she is celebrated both for her beauty and courage in battle, and ma Hello, friends!

The maiden is deeply conflicted about this; she is celebrated both for her beauty and courage in battle, and many of the royal subjects insist that the prince will choose her.

She, however, only thinks of the prince as a friend and brother-in-arms. Not wanting to miss the ball, she dresses to the nines and attends, but is quickly overwhelmed by the attentions of the other partygoers.

Stealing outside for some fresh air, she happens upon a beautiful lady. The two begin to talk, soon whiling away the hours in deep conversation.

But a revelation by the king and queen may put a damper on their blossoming relationship; for the lady is not ordinary courtier, but the royal princess herself.

Truly remarkable is the way the story manages to weave traditional fairytale romance with details that make it refreshingly modern and affirming.

The princess is intelligent and studious, and these qualities are described as attractive and positive.

Both women are drawn as being women of color with accurate, proportional body types, and both are described as stunningly beautiful for it.

The art is colorful, magical, and diverse, the length is great, and we loved this one. Jun 11, Ellen Bees rated it really liked it Shelves: children-book.

When we reached the last page, where the two main male characters get married and live happily ever after, he asked a question. Not related to why two male characters were getting married.

That was obvious: they loved each other. Instead, he wanted to know why there were white things in the air, and what exactly was confetti, and why people throw paper in the air to celebrate, and how come he didn't see any at the last wedding we attended.

He didn't seem completely satisfied with my answers, which is a fair. Confetti is a bit odd when you think about it. Part of his developing worldview is that two men can get married, just like a man and a woman.

Happily, Daniel Haack, with Isabel Galupo, have written another book that will continue to expand this worldview. One day, her friend the prince throws a ball to find a bride as one does in fairy tales.

The maiden's mother convinces her to go, acknowledging "The prince might not be right, but you could meet the one. The princess joins her and after some romantic stargazing the two fall in love.

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