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Ever After High: Ashlynn Ella's Story by Shannon Hale (33)

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There is only Spanish and German translations on Amazon currently.

Accompany Ashlynn Ella, daughter of Cinderella, while her friends in the woods help her prepare for a new course at Ever After High. She will sign her destiny and her wedding with a prince. But what will happen if, before signing, you know the hunter of your dreams? 
Welcome to Ever After High, the institute where the children of the characters of the most famous stories study.

New York Times best selling author Shannon Hale started writing books at age ten and never stopped, eventually earning an MFA in Creative Writing. After nineteen years of writing and dozens of rejections, she published The Goose Girl, the first in her award-winning Books of Bayern series. She has published seventeen books for young readers including the Newbery Honor winner Princess Academy and its two sequels, multiple award winner Book of a Thousand Days, superhero YA novel Dangerous, and the first four Ever After High books. Her novels for the adult crowd include Austenland (now a major motion picture starring Keri Russell) and Midnight in Austenland. Shannon and her husband Dean Hale have collaborated on several projects such as Eisner-nominee Rapunzel's Revenge and early chapter book series The Princess in Black. They spend non-writing hours corralling their four young children near Salt Lake City, Utah.


My review for Ever After High: Apple White's Story

REVIEW:
Another cute story.
This one was an introduction to Cinderella's daughter, who also happens to be the next in line to be Cinderella. I'm not sure why history has to repeat itself there, but in the story, that is Ashlynn Ella's destiny.
It didn't really tell us anything else, except she is going away to school.
Short but sweet, I look forward to the next one.

3.5/5



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  1. Sometimes short and sweet is just what the doctor ordered. :-)
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  2. I adore Shannon Hale and this looks like a fun (and quick) story - thanks for the review!

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  3. I'm glad you had a good time reading this Freda!

    Ronnie @ Paradise Found

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