Published by Penguin Workshop
Summary: Princess Serena is struggling at princess school, so she decides to change her name to Princess Pulverizer and convince her father, the king, to send her to knight school. He agrees, on one condition: she has to go on a Quest of Kindness, performing eight good deeds, and bringing back proof of each one. So the princess sets off, and almost immediately hears about some stolen jewels that she is sure must have been taken by an ogre. She succeeds in getting herself get captured by the monster, and does in fact find the jewels, but is unable to figure out how to escape the locked tower to return them to their rightful owner. A knight school dropout named Lucas and his gassy dragon Dribble try to come to her rescue, but they have problems of their own. In the end, the three of them combine their talents to pull off the good deed, and the princess is ready to move on to her next adventure as part of a team. 144 pages; grades 1-3.
Pros: Fans of The Princess in Black, the Hamster Princess, and Princess Pink will be happy to find a new princess series with some fun twists to the traditional genre.
Cons: The Princess in Black is still my favorite.