The Princess and Curdie (Google eBook)
"The Princess and Curdie" is George MacDonald's 1883 sequel to "The Princess and the Goblin" in which we find Princess Irene and Curdie a year or two older. In this fantastical adventure Princess Irene and Curdie must overthrow a set of corrupt ministers who are poisoning Irene's father, the king. When Curdie meets Irene's mysterious Grandmother he is sent off on a quest with a strange dog-like creature named Lina, who was once human, to help save Irene's father. A classic tale of fantasy, "The Princess and Curdie" is one of George MacDonald's most perfect children's tales.
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I definitely recommend George MacDonald!User Review - Lucy - Christianbook.com
The Princess and Curdie, sequel to The Princess and the Goblin, is a wonderful book by George MacDonald. It encompasses and depicts important qualities and character traits that we all should possess ... Read full review
Review: The Princess and Curdie (Princess Irene and Curdie #2)User Review - Sherry Elmer - Goodreads
The worst thing about this book was having to stop reading at certain points, and causing acute distress to my 8 year old, who invariably cried, "You can't stop here! It's too exciting! Pleeeeeease ... Read full review