Sir Princess Petra’s Mission
Sir Princess Petra has already attained her knighthood in the Kingdom of Pen Pieyu and her non-princess-like talent certificate from Talent School, neither of which pleases her father and mother, the king and queen.
The king writes up more silly rules in the royal rule book to deter Sir Princess Petra from her knightly ways and useless talent, and turn her into a real princess once and for all.
Will the king finally succeed with this newly written, ridiculous mission for Petra?
“Diane M. Robinson has created a heroine unlike any other in children’s literature. Sir Princess Petra sets a fine example for young readers, and for young girls, as the Princess teaches them what’s really important, like friends, being true, brave, honest, and always having faith in your Dragon! Ms. Robinson sets the bar by writing a truly charming and imaginative adventure series and I heartily recommend it.”
Jeanne E. Rogers, Author of the award winning middle grade fantasy, The Sword of Demelza.
Sir Princess Petra
I have thought hard and for many passing moons. Jewels, frocks of lace, and princess games have become boring. The thing I want the most Petra hesitated and bit on her lip. I want to be a royal knight.
Princess Petras unusual birthday request sends the court into a frenzy, but when she agrees to undertake a knights quest they cant stop her. Armed with a cake knife and outfitted in the best royal pots and pans, Petra sets off to face a dragon and win her real armor before encountering a bog witch, and an army of the kingdoms worst enemies. Will Petras kindness and acceptance prove to be more valuable than weapons and armor?
Ms. Robinson has spun a tale full of quirky characters and surprising twists of plot that will delight both adults and children alike.
Marcia Lee Laycock,
author of One Smooth Stone, A Tumbled Stone, and Spur of the Moment
A tale of the bravery, innocence and determination of a child as she pursues her dream. Young readers are sure to enjoy Robinsons delightful tale.
Cheryl Schenk- Bittleberry Books,
author of The Stibil Forest Adventures: Little Synnis Moonlight Mischief
Sir Princess Petra’s Talent
Sir Princess Petra has already proven she is a kind and noble knight. This, however, does not please the king and queenthey want her to behave like a princess and forget this silly knight nonsense of hers!
But when the king writes a new rule in the royal rule book that requires her to attend Talent School and acquire a princess talent certificate or suffer the spell of the royal magician, Petra, reluctantly, agrees to go. But who could have guessed what Sir Princess Petras Talent would be?
Petra must go to Talent School to get a certificate in a talent befitting a princess. But who knew that her talent could touch the hearts of so many? Many lessons will be learned and readers will be inclined to look into their own hearts and see where their own talents lie. This is a delightfully humorous and imaginative tale that children of all ages will not only enjoy, but will be one of their favorites for years to come.
Multi-Award Winning & Amazon Best Selling Author
The Crypto-Capers and Joe-Joe Nut Series
Finally! An easy-to-understand grammar book with a sense of humor. From multi-award winning children’s fantasy author, Diane Mae Robinson, The Dragon Grammar Book introduces beginners to the basic rules of the English language in a fun way. For middle grades to adults, The Dragon Grammar Book is an educational and entertaining adventure into the Land of Grammar.
“In her latest offering, Diane M. Robinson takes on a challenge greater than any of the obstacles which Sir Princess Petra has yet faced: how to make the arcane rules of English grammar interesting and accessible to a wider audience. While many kids and adults would rather face a fully-grown ogre than the laws of punctuation, [The Dragon’s Grammar Book] provides a clear and comprehensive look at our language for princesses and dragons alike. With clear examples and fun activities, this book is a must-have for readers and aspiring writers.”
-Peter Takach, High School English Teacher and Grammarian