Garden Princess review by PrincessLeiaAayla
Garden Princess
by Kristin Kladstrup
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Fiction
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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Saint Michael, MN, United States
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<p>The Garden Princess begins with a princess who doesn&rsquo;t like being a princess- she&rsquo;d rather be a gardener. Her best friend is a gardener, and gardening is the princess&rsquo; hobby, but she wants it to be her profession. The book then really unfolds when the princess attends a garden party and discovers a secret about the garden. &nbsp;After she finds out the secret, she has to hide from the owner of the garden&rsquo;s servants, who are out to get her. It gets really exciting when she finds out that it&rsquo;s a magical garden.</p>


<p>Kristin Kladstrup is a very good writer and gives awesome descriptions. You can even feel how the characters feel and see everything as though you&#39;re looking through their eyes. As there is in all good books, this story has&nbsp;a villain and a hero. This book even has a twist of magic. Overall, this is a very good book, and I would recommend it to anyone who loves princesses, gardens, and magic.</p>

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