Published by Poetose Press on August 1st 2017
When her mother and father pass away, the little queen must figure out how to be a little queen. And so she begins her adventures, journeying away from her palace and into the world to determine how she should go about going on. The little queen soon encounters numerous folks who teach her a thing or two: the book sniffer, the dream writer, and the architect of silence are just a few. Along the way, the little queen finds friendship, love, and meaning in being a leader in her world. The Little Queen is a magical exploration of self-discovery, vocation, community, and home.
The Little Queen has lost her parents and left to be Queen. She does not want to be Queen so she goes on a series of journies to find someone to take her place. She meets lots of interesting characters and learns more about the world outside of her walls.
In an Oyster Shell – I didn’t understand the purpose of the book and it was inconsistent in the message.
The Pearls – The Little Queen is lyrical and imaginative. It’s short so can easily be read in one sitting.
The Little Queen is an interesting character. She is curious and inquisitive. She meets lots of interesting people who do interesting things.
There was a little bit of romance in the book. The relationship started out as friendship and ended to be something more. It was a nice progression. It had a really sweet ending.
The Sand – The book did not make a lot of sense to me. There were a lot of characters that did a lot of different things but I did not get the significance behind it.
The narrative had talk of bodily functions. It did not fit the almost classical feel of the rest of the text. It was a bit off putting.
This was not my favorite book. It was confusing.