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Princess of the Midnight Ball

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 15,491 Ratings and 2,685 Reviews

Book Description

Rose is one of twelve princesses forced to dance through the night in an underground palace. The key to breaking the spell lies in magic knitting needles, an invisibility cloak, and-of course-true love. Inspired by "The Twelve Dancing Princesses,"this novel is as captivating as it is fresh. Enchanted readers are sure to clamor for the new companion, Princess of Glass, also publishing this seaso... More

Book Information
PublisherBloomsbury USA Children's Books
BindingPaperback (5 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages304
ISBN-101599904551
ISBN-13978-1599904559
Publication Date04/27/2010
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About Jessica Day George (Author) : Jessica Day George is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Jessica Day George include Dragon Flight, Dragon Slippers.
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1/9/2014 Angela Sexton tagged as: I recommend, I read

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6/20/2010 Peni Griffin said: Not Cinderella, but Twelve Dancing Princesses! Worth picking up for that alone. The trouble with fairy tale retellings is that everybody retells the same ones over and over and over and...
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