This is the .pdf download version of The Enchanted Ring, A Princess's Adventure.
It is the first in a series of award-winning plays adapted from stage to book by Steven M. Overton of The Olde World Puppet Theatre.
What's beautiful young fairy tale Princess Kathryn to do when her favorite birthday present gets pilfered on the morning of her ninth birthday?
How does Enchantra the Witch dare to come and take one of her presents? Seems like she's got the whole give-a-present birthday thing backwards.
Well, in typical fairy tales of old, Princess Kathryn would find a nearby handsome knight to send on a quest to retrieve it, while sitting helplessly in her ivory tower awaiting his return. Not in the Tales of Belvuria, however, and definitely not our Royal Princess Kathryn.
Join us for madcap adventure as our fiery little Princess dons a suit of armor and, with the help of gentle old Sir Sampson, the Knight, battles spooky Spiders, matches wits with a group of crazy little Pixie Pirates, enchants the King and Queen of the Faeries, and bedazzles a Unicorn - - all in a single afternoon.
This fairy tale quest of old imparts a very important message to young readers -- anything is possible for a little girl with a touch of bravery, spunk, and some creative thinking.
The Enchanted Ring, a Princess's Adventure is written for children nine to 11, however it also makes for a fun special bedtime story for younger children, sharing with their mother or father (or grandmother or grandfather).
This is a grand girl-power story, but little boys like it as well.
With 86 pages and 31 illustrations using elaborate puppets and beautiful paintings, this is a fairy tale book unlike any other. This original tale about our mythical medieval kingdom of Belvuria, features Pixie Pirates, mystical Faeries and a Unicorn all helping to bring this enchanting story to life for young readers.