Does this sad, lonely boy have the courage to battle the biggest school bully, a mean headmistress, and a greedy, cruel king? Will Iggy finally believe in himself and discover his true destiny?
Prince Iggy and the Tower of Decisions
If you are looking for a great book to get your kids hooked on, then I recommend the Prince Iggy series. It just shares those characteristics that make it such an enjoyable read. It has enough subtle adult humor well within its boundaries to make it an entertaining read for the parents too. It shows just how heartbreaking bullying can be by children as well as adults. Aldo Fynn enjoys writing wacky, fantastical stories.
Prince Iggy and the Kingdom of Naysayer is his debut novel. A winner will be randomly drawn through the Rafflecopter widget and will be contacted by email within 48 hours after the giveaway ends. The winner will then have 72 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond within 72 hours, a new draw will take place for a new winner. Odds of winning will vary depending on the number of eligible entries received.
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The humor also keeps what would otherwise be scary parts from being all that scary. The King of Naysayers likes to collect and invent torture methods. Overall, I think the good far outweighs the problems with the series and I look forward to book three, hoping to find lots of more gems in it, like this little bit from book one:.
She looked Iggy squarely in the eyes. My opinions are my own. Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device.
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This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. With some books, I would be cringing through the descriptions of the horrible things that are said e. At the beginning of the story, we meet Iggy when he feels helpless and hopeless and expresses his wish to be anyone but himself. This is precisely what the consequence of relentless bullying is in real life. Iggy has internalized some of the sentiments expressed by the bullies e. As Iggy discovers he is a Prince, we see a change in his confidence as he accepts that the things the bullies have been saying are not true.
I love how the author has woven this theme in the story. The secondary characters in the book are all compelling, well-developed, and wonderfully quirky.
ilearntennis.com/wp-content/420/hiki-luebecker-nachrichten.php There is a clear division between the "good guys" i. This is very much a tale of the good guys versus the bad guys and my kids and I loved rooting for Iggy and his friends.
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The author did a great job of setting the story up this way and the illustrations peppering the text every few pages go even further in depicting the true nature of each of the characters. Aside from the message about bullying and about developing self-esteem and self-confidence, there are components of magic and fantasy in the story. The ring, we learn, is magical although the full extent of its power is not quite known by the end of the book. Miss Spitfire also has the sole power through her staff to turn children into rats. Miss Blackfeather has a few magical powers as well, but there is so much more to learn about her.
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With the sprinkling of magic in the story, I can't wait to see where the author goes next. When we were done reading, my son immediately said, "I want to read the next book. Can we get the next book? Great read aloud book! From the over-the-top characters, to the delightful rags-to-riches story, the laugh out loud scenes, and the magical and fantastical setting, this book is sure to be enjoyed by children and reluctant readers in particular ages 7 years and older. I highly recommend this quick read and we all can't wait to read Book 2! Jun 26, Oh My Bookness rated it really liked it.
That is your fate don't you know! Because you smell like rotten toes, Into the trash well you must go! Always being taunted and made fun of and beaten on by Teddy and his friends, making sure Iggy's time at Naysayer is more miserable, extra miserable then if he went to school with no one knowing who he is.
Spitfire the headmistress at Naysayer does not help, well she is no better than her students, she encourages the bullying of Iggy and wacks Iggy with her walking stick every time he can't get an answer or "does something wrong".
To Ms. Spitfire Iggy is. In the Kingdom of Naysayer ruled by King Naysayer himself, where well no one was really happy The students learn when to actually be honest and not the proper term for it either! According to Ms. Spitfire and children "you should only be honest when being honest gets you something in return. Just from reading the two rules that Naysayer is no good for anyone, children are taught to be disrespectful, be miserable, with no real understanding of self worth. When Iggy gets thrown down into the trash well, it starts his journey of self discovery.
If it wasn't for the Crow who once was a human man until put under a spell for something he did who discovered Iggy at Naysayer Academy, he would never know there was more to him than "Stinky Iggy. The story is perfect for middle school grade readers. The story first focuses on different aspects of bullying and a low feeling Iggy but as you move further forward it becomes hard to put don because you want to know what happens to Iggy and his newly acquired friends. When the adventure begins starting with convincing Miss.
Blackfeath, Dr. The Rose Ring. To find out if Iggy makes it out of Naysayer, you will just have to pick up a copy and read for yourself.
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Jan 11, Barbara Ann rated it really liked it. Young Iggy attends the Naysayer Academy where all the boys and girls of the kingdom are forced to study. They never leave and must eat the same horrible porridge everyday. Miss Spitfire, their teacher, tortures the children both physically and mentally. To make matters worse, Iggy is teased and bullied by all the other children. In the land ruled by King Naysayer, disobedience is punished by torture. Dishonesty and selfishness are considered virtues not faults. Long ago Iggy had mysteriously flo Young Iggy attends the Naysayer Academy where all the boys and girls of the kingdom are forced to study.
Long ago Iggy had mysteriously floated to the shores of this kingdom; he does not know his parents or origin One day the children decide to throw Iggy down a trash well. He screams for help. A man throws a rope down to rescue him, but then kidnaps the boy and throws him in the back of a wagon. At first Iggy does not believe his good fortune. To gain back his power he must get back the ring that King Naysayer has stolen from him. Will Iggy triumph over adversity? Does he return to Naysayer and punish his tormentors? This book is intended for tweens and young teens. The black and white line drawings with a graphic novel look break up the story and make the short chapters more visual and interesting.