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 Cover for Prince & Knight

Cover for Prince & Knight

In this modern fairy tale, a noble prince and a brave knight come together to defeat a terrible monster and in the process find true love in a most unexpected place.

"Thank you," he told his parents.
"I appreciate that you tried,
but I'm looking for something special
in a partner by my side."


Once upon a time, in a kingdom far from here, there was a prince in line to take the throne, so his parents set out to find him a kind and worthy bride. The three of them traveled the land far and wide, but the prince didn't quite find what he was looking for in the princesses they met.

While they were away, a terrible dragon threatened their land, and all the soldiers fled. The prince rushed back to save his kingdom from the perilous beast and was met by a brave knight in a suit of brightly shining armor. Together they fought the dragon and discovered that special something the prince was looking for all along.

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From School Library Journal

K-Gr 2—Haack and Lewis have created a fairy tale in rhyme about a prince who is looking for a partner. The king and queen help their son meet many young ladies in the kingdom, but he is not interested in any of them. After much deliberation, he decides to leave the kingdom to consider his future. While he is gone, a dragon threatens the royal family and villagers. The prince and knight vanquish the dragon and realize they are perfect for one another. The king and queen are so happy their son has found true love. The digital illustrations are rich in color and depth. This is an illuminating fairy tale for young readers to be able to see that not every prince would like to marry a princess. VERDICT A great addition to any library or classroom, especially where fairy tales are in demand. —April Sanders, Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL

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Editorial Reviews

"Victorious--it may even usurp King & King (2001) as the premier queer-friendly fairy tale for this age set." - Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"Daniel Haack has written a beautifully inclusive fairy tale made all the more special by Stevie Lewis's magical illustrations." - Bookish

"This is an illuminating fairy tale for young readers to be able to see that not every prince would like to marry a princess...A great addition to any library or classroom, especially where fairy tales are in demand." - School Library Journal

"Debut author Haack and illustrator Lewis have constructed a colorful and entertaining tale exploring sexuality, acceptance, and young love. An appealing story for parents and children alike." - Booklist