Mystic Princesses

The Mystic Princesses and the Magic Show

(Book 2 in The Mystic Princesses Adventures)

Mystic Princesses

The Mystic Princesses continue their adventures in New Orleans and Alaska.

Have you ever eaten a beignet, learned how parade floats are built or performed in your own magic show?

Do you want to see the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), polar bears or sled dogs?

Have you ever seen oil slicks in the water and the soaked birds which can no longer fly after an oil spill?

Join the princesses as they raise money to clean the water and birds after an oil rig runs aground and spills oil into the Gulf of Alaska. And when the Children of Ares kidnap Eros, how will the Mystic Princesses find and rescue him?

For better enjoyment, please read The Mystic Princesses and the Whirlpool before reading The Mystic Princesses and the Magic Show.

The book is available  in three formats:
Color illustrations $10.99
Black and white illustrations $6.99
ebook color illustrations $3.99

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Judge, Writer’s Digest 24th Annual Self-Published Book Awards:
 “I liked how author P.J. La Rue features strong female characters in The Mystic Princesses. … I also liked the setting of New Orleans, and that the girls learn about Mardi Gras, New Orleans culture, history, and Cajun food. …I liked reading about the girls rescuing oil-soaked birds in Alaska and seeing igloos and polar bears. Overall, LaRue teaches good values to readers while giving them a sweet fantasy aimed at second or third graders who might enjoy imagining the protagonists’ special powers. …The illustrations are very bright and colorful. I liked the “About the Author” page at the end of the book.”
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The Mystic Princesses and the Whirlpool

(Book 1 in The Mystic Princesses Adventures)

Mystic Princesses

 

When the Children of Ares nearly kidnap Princess Harmonie in New York her brother Eros moves her to Hawaii, where she meets her new protectors the Mystic Princesses. The princesses are the daughters of the elemental gods and goddesses who learn they have inherited elemental powers. They learn to use their skills while playing in Hawaii. Catie turns the princesses into birds, and they soar up into the clouds and creates rainbow water slides for them to glide down to the ocean after turning them back into girls. They learn these and other powers are to be used to protect Princess Harmonie from her siblings, the Children of Ares, who want to fight and cause wars.

How would you feel if someone tried to kidnap you, and you had to flee to Hawai’i to live with people you don’t know?

Have you ever wanted to ride a dolphin or dreamed of playing on a rainbow as if it were a waterslide?

When the Children of Ares find the princesses in Hawaii, will the princesses be able to save Harmonie with their newly acquired powers?

The book is available  in three formats:
Color illustrations $10.99
Black and white illustrations $6.99
ebook color illustrations $3.99

Buy on Button PJL Website - Amazon

   Please feel free to download line drawings from The Mystic Princesses and the Whirlpool to color, at mysticprincesses.com.

Judge, Writers’ Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards:

“The boldly-colored illustrations nicely break up the text, making the story appealing for young/reluctant readers. The multi-ethnic cast of characters is appealing; the map of Hawaii is a nice touch.

Nice tension as Eros saves Harmonie.  That they’re children of Ares but fight his warlike tendencies is nicely unique, as are the princesses’ powers (it’s good that they don’t work perfectly right away).  Harmonie and her fellow princesses are nicely drawn and believable.  There are many lovely or clever touches: the description of the sky, stars, and sea on page 8; the bad Children using the Internet to find Harmonie through happy places; Clever Clam living the events he teaches.  The theme of love and peace versus war is a good one, as is the need to use one’s skills to help others while avoiding overconfidence….”

indieBRAG Medallion Honored  IndieBRAG Medallion
Readers’ Favorite 5 Star ReviewReaders Choice 5star-flat-web sticker copy

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The Mystic Princesses and the Volcano

(Book 3 in The Mystic Princesses Adventures)

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PJ is busily working to capture this adventure as it is currently unfolding.

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