This is the second book in the series of the Prince Noah books. The first one is "The Prince Who Was Just Himself." I really loved the first book. It showed compassion and realness. How the things that make us different also makes us stronger.
I may dare to say this, but I think it holds barring....
That this book is better than the first! It builds on the concepts of the first but then it multiplies it.
It is about shattering glass ceilings that all are experiencing... whether they are boys, girls, disabled of body or mind... it shows us that no matter those differences, when you work together, that in the end... we all have to work together to accomplish great things.
In fact, we can even take this lesson and apply it to our most divided country right now. We even as adults gets reminded through this particular story that we didn't like it when we were told we couldn't do math or be sporty because we were a girl. Or that just because we had a wooden leg, you couldn't be crafty, witty and smart.
This book I would say is meant for a little bit older than the first, The Prince Who Was Just Himself, for independent reading. However, I think that they both make divine story telling books. Especially for bed time or even in a classroom, honestly.
I would like to see the author Silke right more books in this series...
It is one the best thus far that I have read and she does an incredible job of addressing issues and meshing them with a beautiful fantasy world.
I would easily recommend this series to any parental families around me.
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