Prince Iggy and The Kingdom of Naysayer

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Iggy yearns to be accepted. He’s miserable at his school, Naysayer Academy. The kids tease him, the lunch ladies humiliate him, and his teacher is constantly beating him. Naysayer Academy values cheating, lying, and deception, but Iggy’s a kind soul. He isn’t like the other kids; he wants to be kind, honest, and loving. This might be the reason he’s constantly being thrown in the dumpster by Teddy The Bully. But as depressing as his life may be, Iggy doesn’t ask for much. His only possession is a red ring, which was found on his finger when he washed up on the shores of Naysayer as a baby. No one knows where he came from or who his parents were. The only thing that gives Iggy hope is his mysterious red ring. But when the cruel, greedy, and corrupt king of Naysayer comes to visit the school, he’s captivated by the shiny ring. The king immediately demands that Iggy give up the ring, but poor Iggy refuses. This only results in a harsh beating from Iggy’s teacher, the king stealing his ring, and Iggy being tossed in the garbage. And that’s when it all changes. A captain from a far away land rescues Iggy from the garbage, convinced that Iggy is the lost prince of The Rose Kingdom. The land that Iggy is taken to is full of people who bow down to him, but they all say he needs his ring back to regain his lost powers. Will Iggy be able to believe these people, and more importantly, will he believe in himself?

Prince Iggy and The Kingdom of Naysayer is an excellent book. Full of suspense, humor, and fantasy. This storybook is one to treasure. The illustrations are cute, the story is creative, and every little thing makes it the perfect children’s book. The plot has unexpected turns and twists and will keep readers flipping through pages. Readers are sure to love the main character just as much as the fun cliff hanging story. The book is going to be devoured by readers of any type, whether they’re looking for some fun fiction, a comical read, or a page-turner.


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Author Aldo Fynn
Star Count 5/5
Format eBook
Page Count 138 pages
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publish Date 05-Nov-2013
ISBN
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Issue April 2014
Category Children's
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