Today is Family day, so I'm celebrating by reviewing children's books all week. Every day this week I'll be sharing children's and tween book. Today's book is The Stolen Kingdom by Ross Rosenfield and Sida Chen.
The story is about a boy who grew up in a loving family, with a Duke and his son as friends, and in love with a beautiful family friend. Life seemed sweet, but the boy, Taylor James wasn't who he thought he was. Taylor was actually the Prince of Belsdan.
With his identity hidden, he was safe from the Dark Duke, now king of Belsdan, Taylor's home. It's up to Taylor, his best friend Robert and their brothers in arms to rescue the town's people from a tyrant and properly tke his place on the throne.
The story is great but it's rather difficult to say what age group should be reading it. The Stolen Kingdom is full of humor, adventurous and extremely detailed. Almost too detailed! You nearly drown in details! But it's so cute and fun that you can easily look over the babble.
My son and I read through the novel in about twelve days and he didn't grow bored, so that's something right there! Maybe you or your middle grader will enjoy it too. Check it out while I move on to another book!
*Bitty Bot is next.
The Stolen Kingdom
Ross Rosenfield and Sida Chen
Independent Author, Amazon Digital Services
October 7, 2011
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