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The Dog Princess is the long-awaited sequel to the popular Kindle book The Dog Prince. The story follows Ammed, a thirteen-year-old boy, his friend Celia and, of course, Paint, the Dog Prince, on another adventure in the land of Brink. This time they must leave Brink and travel through the dreaded Dark Forest to save a dear friend.

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Published (first published December 24th 2011)
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Nancy Silk
Dec 24, 2012 Nancy Silk rated it it was amazing
Author Fun London continues the tale of the Kingdom of Brink, as in his tale, "The Dog Prince." Papa Rufus is unhappy that he has not won the annual bread contest. He is the father of Celia, a sweet friend of Ammed. Paint, the wonderful dog goes missing all night. Ammed searches for Paint and finds him on a distant farm. There is more to this story. It's quite an adventure and lessons to be learned. It's a great bedtime story for children. Well done, Mr. London!
Patti
May 20, 2012 Patti rated it it was amazing
Great sequel to The Dog Prince. In this story, Ammed and Celia help Paint (The Dog Prince) rescue Lily. On the way they encounter danger in the spooky Dark Forest and overcome many barriers to save the day. The author presents good lessons for children through his characters and the events of the story. It's an entertaining tale with a very happy ending.
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Alfundo “Fun” London was born in Florence, Italy. His mother was a beautiful blonde tarantella dancer with an adventurous spirit. Much less is known of his father, a sailor who was lost in the stormy seas off the coast of Ithaca shortly after Fun was conceived. After spending his youth on the island of Corsica learning the language and ways of the French, he found his way to America where he now ...more
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