One day a princess, fed up with dancing lessons, embroidery and marriage talk, decided that something had to change. She packed up her best crown and five handkerchiefs, followed a frogs instructions and volunteered to be a Dragon’s princess.
That just wasn’t done. It wasn’t proper.
I was hooked.
“Dealing with Dragons” is one of those books that just sticks with you as a child. Oh, it’s no great epic tome, but it remains to this day one of the dearest books for my childhood.
I read it at least once a year and in the early days of my marriage even spent nights reading it aloud with my husband, excited to share a favorite series with him.
I included it last year in my “Great Girls Your Daughter Should Know” post and it’s been one of my top sellers on Amazon (thank you!).
|Family take note…. Christmas 2014… just sayin’|
*Men’s Auxiliary included.
Have you read the The Enchanted Forest Chronicles? If so what is your favorite lesson?
What was the most important thing you learned from your favorite book as a child?