Princess of the Midnight Ball (Twelve Dancing Princesses)

Princess of the Midnight Ball (Twelve Dancing Princesses)

Jessica Day George

Language: English

Pages: 304

ISBN: 1599904551

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Rose is one of twelve princesses forced to dance through the night in an underground palace. The key to breaking the spell lies in magic knitting needles, an invisibility cloak, and―of course―true love. Inspired by "The Twelve Dancing Princesses,"this novel is as captivating as it is fresh. Enchanted readers are sure to clamor for the new companion, Princess of Glass, also publishing this season.

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scurried out immediately to scold the young girl and sweep her inside. Galen felt abashed for a moment, hoping that the maid, too, wouldn’t think him forward for strolling with a princess. But instead she thanked him for finding her errant charge and returning her. Galen went back to work relieved on that count, but not on his concerns about the prince. And the contest to win one of the princesses’ hands. Galen need not have worried about that. A week later the Spanian prince left empty-handed

butler, Herr Fischer. Herr Fischer did not allow under-gardeners wearing muddy smocks to speak to the king. Herr Fischer did not allow under-gardeners into the palace at all. But as Galen was turning away, dejected, he had passed Dr. Kelling arriving at the palace to check on the princesses. Dr. Kelling hailed Galen, curious about the young man’s forlorn expression as he trudged away from the front doors. “Hello there! May I be of assistance?” Galen had seen the doctor coming and going in the

where they had broken from the larger branch showed little silvery fibers that were some strange hybrid of metal and wood never before seen in the mortal world. “I should have broken off bigger pieces, to make arrows. Or a spear. Something more useful than just taking a souvenir to show King Gregor.” He snorted. “They’d make beautiful knitting needles, though.” “Keep them handy,” Walter said. “You never know what you’ll have need of, when you’re in the palace.” Something about Walter’s words

of concern to you anymore,” Uncle Reiner said. “Be off with you.” Galen nodded politely to his uncle and Walter, and then he took himself off. Inside the palace, he discovered that the younger princesses were having their lessons with the priest who had accompanied Angier. The older girls were with their father, being questioned by the bishop himself. At loose ends, Galen sat down in his room to finish knitting his hat, but he couldn’t get the silver twigs out of his head. Studying them from

natural fibers such as mohair, angora, or soy. The label will often indicate if the yarn will felt or not. Pronunciation Guide The continent of Ionia is roughly based on Europe, and Westfalin is much like early-nineteenth-century Germany. The majority of the names used are real German names, and should be pronounced as such. For example, j is pronounced as y, and w is v. Bruch brook Galen gay-len Heinrich hine-rick Illiken Ill-i-ken Jutta yuh-tuh Kathe kay-teh Liesel lee-zell

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