The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre

The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre

The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre, by Gail Carson Levine is a prequel to her earlier novel The Two Princesses of Bamarre. In this story, Levine retells the story of Rapunzel. Like Rapunzel, Peregrine's father steals from the garden of a rich woman to feed the new baby. The woman takes the baby, as well as her older sister. Raised as a Lakti noble with her older sister as her maid...

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Tangled: The Series: What the Hair?!

Tangled: The Series: What the Hair?!

Rapunzel still doesn't know why her hair has come back and continues to keep the secret of what happened to protect Cassandra. Wanting to get answers about what the hair growth means, she and Cassandra go visit a wizard who may be able to learn more about her hair. The wizard turns out to be a young Alchemist named Varian who is happy to do experiments to learn about her hair...

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Tangled: Before Ever After

Tangled: Before Ever After

Rapunzel is free of the tower, but now she finds herself held captive by the walls of Corona and the new rules that come as part of being a princess. When she gets tired of being cooped up by her over-protective father, she runs away with her lady-in-waiting, Cassandra. They come across a strange rock that causes all of Rapunzel's magical hair to come back... 

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Lunar Chronicles #3: Cress

Lunar Chronicles #3: Cress

Cress is stuck in a tiny satellite by herself, but that doesn’t stop her from risking everything to warn Cinder about Queen Levana’s evil plan or becoming a skilled hacker. She has been ordered to track down Cinder and Thorne, but instead she tries to contact them to come rescue her. When they try and things go badly...

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The League of Princes #1: The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom

The League of Princes #1: The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom

It’s not easy being a Prince Charming, especially when the bards can’t get your story right and things don’t work out with your princess. In spite of being called “Prince Charming” by the bards, four princes have to leave their homes when the bards focus on the unheroic parts of their stories. Liam finds out that Sleeping Beauty is actually a cruel leader, Prince Frederic cannot impress Ella (Cinderella) because he’d rather dance than fight with a sword, Gustav has to be rescued by Rapunzel, and Duncan isn’t settling into married life with...

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