Sunday 15 March 2015

"Seal of Approval" From Children's Literary Classics

Sir Princess Petra's Talent Honored With "Seal of Approval" from Children's Literary Classics, and has qualified for the 2015 Children's Literary Classics Book Awards.


Literary Classics is an organization dedicated to promoting excellence in literature. Through our AWARDS, BOOK REVIEWS, and SEAL OF APPROVAL PROGRAM, we help you sort through the many books in circulation today. It is our goal to help you select the finest books available. Additionally, our programs offer opportunities for publishers, authors and illustrators to receive recognition for providing excellence in literature.

Children’s Literary Classics, 5 stars

When Petra, a precocious young princess, earns her knighthood, her father the king is not at all pleased.  In order to prepare his daughter to one day become a suitable queen, he insists she attend talent school where she will learn to behave like a proper princess.
Armed with her quick wit, and a fierce determination, Princess Petra sets off to earn a talent.  As she journeys to talent school, traveling with her trusty dragon, Snarls, she acquires new friends along the way.  Together, Princess Petra's motley entourage makes enlightening discoveries and encounters merry adventures throughout their expedition.
Princess stereotypes are gloriously debunked in this book about a royal who dares to be herself. Princess Petra will charm and inspire youngsters as she fearlessly outwits those who would thwart her progress in achieving her own goals, all the while helping others realize their own dreams.  Author Diane Mae Robinson's second book in the Pen Pieyu Adventures is a delightful read and one that is sure to engage and enthrall young readers.  Sir Princess Petra's Talent is recommended for home and school libraries and has earned the Literary Classics Seal of Approval.

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Illustration by Samantha Kickingbird


  1. Congratulations, Diane! Wow! You must be all smiles :D :D :D

    1. Yes, feeling pretty proud right now, especially thinking back to the 9 years and 27 rejections before book one was accepted by a publisher. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Appreciated.