Ivy's Ever After

Ivy's Ever After

Book - 2010
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Fourteen-year-old Ivy, a most unroyal princess, befriends Elridge, the dragon sent to keep her in a tower, and together they set out on a perilous quest to find Ivy's fairy godmother, who may be able to save both from their dire fates.
Publisher: New York : Holiday House, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780823422616
Branch Call Number: LAI
Characteristics: 311 p.

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Sep 30, 2011

a bit borring

pyper Aug 06, 2011

I LOVED this book!!!!!! It's a great tale about daring Princess Ivy, who on her 14th birthday, will be locked in a tower to be guarded by a dragon named Elridge. In a certain turn of events, Ivy and Elridge team up to stop Romil, an evil Glacian Prince who wants to make dragon slaying legal, kill Ivy and her father, and ruin the kingdom of Ardendale. Together they travel to the Craggie Mountains and overcome trolls, swamp sprites and fairy magic to find Ivy's fairygodmother, Drusilla,who ran away after Ivy's mother died. In hopes of saving everything from Romil, they also recruit the dragon queen. Read about what happens in this exciting and adventerous tale.

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Jul 07, 2014

Once upon a time in the kingdom of Ardendal there lived a spirited princess named Ivy, who had no interest in being rescued by Prince Charming, and an undersized dragon named Elridge, who was better at solving word puzzles than breathing fire. Sailing into this world on a ship made of whale bones came Romil, a handsome prince with dastardly designs on Princess Ivy and her kingdom. Ivy and Elridge, both disappointments to their families, join forces to try and thwart Romil's evil plot. In the process these traditional enemies become fast freinds, discover hidden strengths, and earn the respect of all who know them.

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