- Title: Princess at Midnight
- Author: Andi Watson
- ISBN: 9781582409283
- Page: 312
- Format: Paperback
Holly Crescent leads a sheltered life as a home schooled girl by day By night she s Princess of Castle Waxing, where she wages a dangerous turf war with the Horrible Horde First published in the Best New Manga Anthology, Princess At Midnight is reformatted here with ten new pages.
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Holly and Henry are twins, homeschooled by their father, who gives them little personal choice in the course of their studies. They aren’t allowed contact with other children, and their relationship with one another is rather antagonistic – Henry is always doing mean things to Holly. At night, however, everything is different. Holly is secretly the Princess of Waxing Castle, and she has servants who do whatever she wants them to. Unfortunately, her favorite picnic place is attacked by the Ho [...]
Not quite what I was expecting/hoping for, but cute.
Haha I like it
I'm always on the lookout for good kid-friendly graphic novels to stock my library's shelves with. And I am particularly interested in publishers that don't get as much library face time as they might since the presence of comics on library shelves is still a relatively new idea. Image Comics is based out of Berkeley, California and I have to admit that I'm not particularly familiar with their work. Really, my first contact with them came when I somehow ended up with a copy of their graphic nove [...]
I picked this up because I found it the most engaging story in the The Mammoth Book Of Best New Manga.It's still delightful, but the vast majority of the book is in the aforementioned volume. You don't get much more here, which is a shame. The ending feels a bit rushed.That said, my youngest loved it and is reading more by the author.
A nice graphic novel for all ages, deals with gender differences, war and the desire for MORE MORE MORE! Clever drawings and writings. I look forward to pass it on to my 8 yr old niece. She may not know all of the words (some are a little academic but short), but 97% of the book is easily understandable.
Holly Crescent lives a cloistered existence in a narrow townhouse somewhere in England. By day, she's homeschooled by an overprotective father alongside her twin brother, Henry. By night, she's transformed into the princess of Castle Waxing, where she wages war against her kingdom's sworn enemy, the Horrible Horde.
A comic book that would appeal to young girls. Home schooled girl has fantasy of high adventure during the midnight hour. Not the best character development, but young readers still might find some fun it.
sweet little graphic novel about a girl and her dreams. perfect for elementary school libraries.
When Holly goes to bed, she becomes the Princess of Waxing Castle. I actually wish the book had been a bit longer so that the story both during the day and night had been fleshed out more.
Not a very interesting story. The illustrations are cute and comical, but not that impressive as far as comics go.
Little parable about war; homeschooling as a framing story
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