Princess Serena is a little bit of a spoiled girl but she doesn't want to be a fluffy princess, she wants to be a knight and fight dragons. She also doesn't want you to call her Princess Serena, you can call her Princess Pulverizer. She begs her dad to let her be a knight but he said the one thing that knights have is kindness, so he sends her on a Quest for Kindness to prove that she can be a hero.
On her quest she meets to unlikely heroes that I think will be able to help Serena find her kindness. I thought this was a very cute book and the illustrations are gorgeous! I just loved them. I liked Serena but she is a little harsh at times however it is a quest for her to find kindness so she couldn't be the nicest person to start otherwise the quest would be pointless. :)
I thought the situation that her and her friends were put in was very funny and I thought they were very smart with how they handled it. I am looking forward to seeing there the story does and if Princess Pulverizer can find kindness.
Overall, I thought this book was very cute, she is a little harsh at times but over all I think it will be find to watch her grow into a true hero, I highly recommend to younger kids and adults. This would be a great book to read to your kids or have them read aloud to you. :)
Nancy Krulik is the author of more than two hundred books for children and young adults, including three New York Times Best Sellers. She is best known as the author and creator of the Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo; George Brown, Class Clown; How I Survived Middle School; and Magic Bone book series. Nancy lives in Manhattan with her husband, composer Daniel Burwasser. When she's not writing, Nancy can be found reading, going to concerts, traveling, or running around Central Park with her crazy beagle mix, Josie.
Goodreads | Twitter
This review was originally posted on Because reading is better than real life