The Search for the Scepter

When Princesses Rosalie and Scarlet went to bed on a breezy summer night, they didn’t expect to awake to such a fright. Their father, the King’s, scepter was taken by a thief.

The royal family was in utter disbelief. The princesses sneak out of bed and find a small clue. Their mission is clear, they know what they must do. Along their journey, they meet friends who help them track the thief down. Will they find him and return the scepter to their father who wears the crown?


Book Reviews

“The Search for the Scepter,” takes the reader on a quest through a thrilling magical world.  The action packed fantasy brilliantly holds the reader’s attention through the use of engaging poetry, new adventures around every corner, and beautifully illustrated pictures that take the reader into other worlds.  The bravery depicted by the two young girls in the story is truly inspiring!  This is a must read! 

- Kathryn M. (Mother of three/5th grade E.L.A. teacher) 

"The Search for the Scepter" brings you on a magical journey! The vivid colors, fun word play, and imaginative land drew my girls in immediately. Each page had so much to explore! My girls wanted to read it again and again. I loved that two little girls are the heroines! It also works for a wide age group. I have a 11 and 7 year old and both were connected to the story. So fun to read!

- Katie E. (Mother of two/Training & Project Manager) 

In "The Search for the Scepter," sisters Rosalie and Scarlet set off on a journey to find their father’s, the king’s, stolen scepter. At each stop, they are directed to another magical creature or kingdom, where kindness and cooperation bring them closer to the thief. Readers can chase the thief with Rosalie and Scarlet as he appears just ahead of them on the pages. The "Search for the Scepter" is written in rhyme, and there is much to engage the reader in the detailed illustrations, including a map of the journey at the end of the book. A story to enjoy with your young reader.

- Susan N. (Mother of two, grandmother of one)
Retired teacher, 30 years of 7th grade language arts/reading

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