Snow in April by Mary Marcella Mager
A Story of Concordia (Volume 3)

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A likable, family-oriented fantasy tale, defined by the warmth of its plot and character-building messages.
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"To make a friend, you have to be a friend." Princess Olive gives this advice to young Prince Jasper of Thisley when the lonely prince comes to Concordia. He needs all the help he can get, too. Friendless and isolated, Jasper has no idea where he fits into his own kingdom, but when he meets Olive and Toby, the King's page, he finds both friendship and the courage to be himself. While the teens deal with an avalanche and a night in the dungeon, the adults quarrel. It is up to the young people to solve an ancient mystery in order to prevent the unthinkable - the prospect of war between their two kingdoms.
 

About Mary Marcella Mager

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Mary Mager began writing after careers in nursing and as a business owner. Her favorite job, though, was mother to her three children. Now the grandmother of seven, she loves to tell stories to the grandchildren, knowing they will give her an honest opinion. Mary is also a singer-songwriter. "On Grandma's Lap" is a collection of original lullabies and bedtime songs, also inspired by the children in her life. A lifelong Nevadan, Mary lives with her husband, George, in the wilds north of Sparks, Nevada, in a house they built themselves. It has a wind turbine, great views of the desert, and a lots of places to sit with a child on her lap.
 
Published April 6, 2018 183 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books.
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A likable, family-oriented fantasy tale, defined by the warmth of its plot and character-building messages.

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