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Camp Princess 2: Unicorns? Get Real! Paperback – April 24, 2007
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About the Author
Kathryn Lasky is the nationally bestselling author of many books for children and adults, including the Newbery Honor Book Sugaring Time; Elizabeth I and other popular books in the Royal Diaries series; and the bestselling epic fantasy series Guardians of Ga'hoole, which became a major motion picture. In Guardians of Ga'hoole, Lasky explores the behavior of owls. Now she uses her extensive research on hawks and the sport of falconry to again render a world that seamlessly blends natural history with fantasy.
The author and her husband, Christopher Knight, live in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and summer on an island off the coast of Maine. There she enjoys watching peregrine falcons soar on the thermal drafts above the cove where she swims.
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First, there's Gortle, a dwarf from Gundersnap's castle, who has come to keep Gundersnap company. In other kingdoms, dwarves are used as entertainment and are commanded to do tricks that Gundersnap considers rude and demeaning. To her, Gortle is a friend, and she is determined that he will be treated with respect. This is hardly a problem in the South Turret, but the rest of Camp Princess is a different story.
Additionally, Gortle brings with him the news that Gundersnap's Queen mother has taken her own, personal, favorite horse into battle! Aside from being a dear friend, Menschmik, the pony, is hardly battle ready. How dare her mother take her pony!
Who could even think about Princes and unicorns at a time like this? Suddenly, it's starting to look like things are more connected than they appear. Gundersnap may have to hope that the rumors are not only true, but that both Princes and unicorns are more dependable than she expects.
Not as lighthearted as the first story in the series, Camp Princess 1: Born to Rule (Camp Princess), and almost more lovable because of it, the latest romp through Camp Princess is as sweet as the last. With another part of the tapestry complete, it appears that Princess Kristen is up next.
Reviewed by: Carrie Spellman