The daring Prince Dashing has more enthusiasm than sense, which often alarms his parents. And the rest of the kingdom. I’m honestly not sure how he’s survived long enough to host a palace ice cream social, but the book would have been rather short if he’d been eaten by a crocodile while bathing.
So he does host the social, and an interesting girl shows up. She eats her ice cream sundae on a tightrope and plays piano with her toes while doing a handstand. She’d be a great friend, but when she leaves at bedtime, the Prince still doesn’t know who she is!
His quest to locate this adventurous pal will be even more dangerous than his usual exploits. If that’s possible. Reeder obviously had so much fun reinventing Cinderella, and came up with something delightful. West’s cartoon style matches well, and I particularly enjoyed the reactions of the King, Queen, and everyone else to the Prince’s antics. Well done!
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