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Sunday, November 15, 2015

The Lilac Princess Offers Life Lessons


Title: The Lilac Princess
Author:  Wanda Luthman
Genre:  Children's
ISBN #:   9781498412254
Reviewer's Rating: 5 star
Where people can purchase the book:  www.amazon.com/author/wandaluthman

Reviewed by Pat Marovich originally for Amazon

The Lilac Princess authored by Wanda Luthman is a special book. There are many underlying positive life lessons in this childhood story. The setting is in a faraway land in a time long ago , with a princess named Dreama, a castle, a dragon, knights, and wars. What little girl wouldn't love this kind of story? Throw in many purple patches of forbidden lilac flowers and a true friend , who is a commoner named Derek and this is a tale of adventure and friendship. This story helps children respect boundaries, through the life lesson. It helps them understand the importance of forgiveness. It highlights friendship, loyalty, courage, dealing with loss, and a desire to explore the unknown . I highly recommend this book as a seasoned elementary teacher. It is a treasure of my grand daughter Anabelle's.

MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Wanda Luthman blogs at www.wandaluthman.wordpress.com and tweets @wandalu64. Find her on 
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