- Pat Farr
Since you enjoyed Goose Girl by Shannon Hale, you might like to know that there is a sequel:
Enna Burning by Shannon Hale.
Enna hopes that her new knowledge of how to wield fire will help protect
her good friend Isi--the Princess Anidori--and all of Bayern against
their enemies, but the need to burn is uncontrollable and puts Enna and
her loved ones in grave danger.
Here are some other titles about princesses that you might
The Princetta by Anne-Laure Bondoux.
Rebelling against the rigid constraints of her life as Princetta of
Galnicia, fifteen-year-old Malva escapes with her maid Philomena and
together they embark on a perilous and adventurous journey that will
change the course of their lives forever.
The Phoenix Dance by Dia Calhoun.
Phoenix Dance battles an illness of her mind and emotions, realizes her
dream of becoming shoemaker to the Royal Household, and attempts to
discover what magic compels the twelve princesses of Windward to wear
out their shoes each night.
Dragon's Keep by Janet Lee Carey.
In 1145 A.D., as foretold by Merlin, fourteen-year-old Rosalind, who
will be the twenty-first Pendragon Queen of Wilde Island, has much to
accomplish to fulfill her destiny, while hiding from her people the
dragon's claw she was born with that reflects only one of her mother's
Princess Academy by Shannon Hale.
While attending a strict academy for potential princesses with the other
girls from her mountain village, fourteen-year-old Miri discovers
unexpected talents and connections to her homeland.
Princess Ben by Catherine Gilbert Murdock.
A girl is transformed, through instruction in life at court,
determination, and magic, from sullen, pudgy, graceless Ben into Crown
Princess Benevolence, a fit ruler of the kindgom of Montagne as it faces
war with neighboring Drachensbett.