- File Size: 1805 KB
- Print Length: 82 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC; 1st edition (September 30, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 30, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FKCXELU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,237,518 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Natalie the Not-So-Nasty (Tales from Upon A. Time Book 2) Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 7 - 11|
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Age: Evolved Publishing lists this as 7-13, which I think is on point. This is all based on the person's reading level, though with parental guidance, this could easily change.
Art: Much like the Persnickety Princess, the cover and internal design sold me. I think it's a polished piece of work that's well done.
Writing: Writing is short with easy sentences. My concern always rests in word use in these younger stories. There are going to be words that the kid doesn't know, but this is a great spot for parents to become involved. This is about the same quality as the first.
Plot/Setting: Though this isn't a princess story like the first, it is using the witch character, Natalie. We now follow her on her own quest. This is written in a similar enough style. It has good, clean action, some twists and turns, and, again, uses humor to help push the story onward. Even though it isn't directly a princess story, Storm managed to keep the feel of it and carry it through to the end.
Character: There aren't as many characters in this book as the first, but a new one is introduced and he, once again, has his very own voice. It's nice to see so much thought be put into a character to make them so unique.
Overall: I think that this story, much like the last, is worth the read from cover to cover. It's a great, quick number. I love how Storm tied in the previous story enough to maintain the world but have a new story with it's own feel. I'm looking forward to the third.
I may have had as much fun reading this book as the author did writing it. That is scary. I have to share a favorite quote. "Natalie neglected to notice the nefarious Niagara of noxious nectar nearing her with a noteworthy nimbleness."
I have missed reading things like this a great deal! I also loved Mr. Whiskers, who was also in the first book. Poor dear, will his color ever recover?
My copy came from the author's wife. I wasn't required to leave a review. I do so of my own free volition, and would present this review with slightly purple tinted mud pie and six stars if that were possible. If you have read the book, then you will know why. If not, what are you waiting for? My thoughts and opinions are my own, thank you.
Upon A. Time is back again for another tale, this time he is retrained at his own execution. We are told a story about the not-so-wicked witch Natalie after she leaves Princess Lavender and Prince Daves employ.
It was great getting to see more of Natalie and the poor witch just couldn't catch a break in this story. You totally get her frustration and other emotions as we travel with her on her journey. I got a kick out of Nik the alchemist, a great addition to the story.
This was a very fun and interesting story and I look forward to the next book.
I voluntarily reviewed this advanced reader copy and I have not been compensated in any way.
Natalie is a normal wicvwicvked, but the Princess Lavender wants a wicked witch. Natalie arrives in town & people immediately come to her to do nasty things to their neighbors. Despite Natalie's protests, all the people think she is wicked because of coincidences that keep happening.
Another enjoyable fairytale for children & adults who love fairytale. Fun, adventure, and life lessons abound. My favorite quote: If you know who you are, it doesn't matter what the rest of the town thinks. We could all learn from this wisdom!
Even though I am a bit out of the age range for a book like this, I have to say I rather quite enjoyed it. It's definitely a book I would have loved when I was a kid. It's cute, it's fun, and even though the townspeople were a bit crazy and kind of annoyed me with their nonsense, I do feel like kids would get a great laugh out of it. Definitely a book I'd let my older son read if he felt so inclined to do so.
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