Introducing Laurel’s Marvelous Kingdom by Monique Roy

Laurel’s Marvelous Kingdom

by Monique Roy with Illustrations by Lauren Curtis

Story Book for 5 to 10 year olds

Princess Laurel and her younger sister, Princess Astrid, live peacefully and happily in a marvelous Kingdom. All is well until the wicked witch stirs up chaos and kidnaps Princess Astrid. Now, it will take more than Laurel’s tree-growing superpowers to rescue Astrid. With the help of a handsome prince, Laurel rides into the dark forest to find Astrid. But it turns out that Astrid is jealous of Laurel’s superpowers and has teamed up with the witch to reap havoc on the kingdom. Laurel must convince Astrid to abandon her evil ways and return to goodness-before Astrid and the old hag ruin everything with their mayhem. This fairy tale for early readers will enliven the imagination of children with a magical adventure. The story teaches that we are all extraordinary, and that we should appreciate and respect the uniqueness of others.

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About The Author

Monique’s passion for writing began as a young girl while penning stories in a journal. Now she looks forward to deepening her passion by creating many unique stories that do nothing less than intrigue her readers.

Monique holds a degree in journalism from Southern Methodist University in Dallas and is the author of a middle-grade book Once Upon a Time in Venice, historical fiction novel Across Great Divides, and historical fiction novel A Savage Kultur.

Monique was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and her grandparents were European Jews who fled their home as Hitler rose to power. It’s their story that inspired her to write Across Great Divides, her first historical novel.

Historical fiction lets you escape to another time and place; and Monique likes to explore the past so that we can potentially better understand the future.

Monique resides in Dallas, Texas, with her husband and son. She also works as a freelance writer.

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