Wonder Woman: Amazon Princess

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HarperCollins, Mar 16, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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Diana, princess of the Amazons, has been given many special gifts by the gods. Now the threat of evil is spreading over Mortals' World, and the Amazons must send an ambassador to teach the ways of peace. A great contest will be held to choose this champion. Eager to prove herself, Diana enters the competition in disguise. But is she the fastest, the strongest, and the bravest? And will her mother, the queen, permit Diana to go to Mortals' World to fulfill her true destiny -- as Wonder Woman?

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About the author (2004)

Nina Jaffe is the author of "The Way Meat Loves Salt" and the biography of Harold Courlander, entitled "A Voice for the People,"
Steve Zeitlin is the director of City Lore in New York City. The two authors have also collaborated on a sequel to "While Standing on One Foot," called "The Cow of No Color,"
John Segal's illustrations have appeared in picture books and numerous magazines.

Ben Caldwell has created action figures based on characters from The Lord of the Rings, Spiderman, and the X-Men movies. He is currently redesigning the look of the popular Wonder Woman character for DC Comics.

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