All is well in the Kingdom of Pen Pieyu. Or is it?

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What dark magic lurks here?

Ooh…the intrigue.


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Findor dove straight into chatting about all things they had heard of the other’s kingdom.

And the kingdoms’ characters!


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Without much warning, he blasted out a sure and swift fireball that pounded the wall and spread out like a squid’s tentacles.

There’s peril.


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“I pronounce you, Sir Petra of Kingdom Boogy Gobees.”

 And the noblest of knights…and princesses.

About the Book

Title:  Sir Princess Petra’s Mission – The Pen Pieyu Adventures Book 3

Author: Diane Mae Robinson

Illustrator: Michael Bermundo

Publication Date: January 12, 2016

Publisher: Tate Publishing

Pages: 106

Recommended Ages: 7 and up


Book Description

Sir Princess Petra has already attained her knighthood in the Kingdom of Pen Pieyu and her non-princess-like talent certificate from Talent School, neither of which pleases her father and mother, the king and queen. The king writes up more silly rules in the royal rule book to deter Sir Princess Petra from her knightly ways and useless talent, and turn her into a real princess once and for all. Will the king finally succeed with this newly written, ridiculous mission for Petra?

My Review

Ms. Robinson’s word play will delight both young and old readers in book 3 of this charming series. Silly new rules send Sir Princess Petra on a mission, accompanied by her entourage. Snarls continues as her loyal dragon BFF and their antics will, without a doubt, entertain. The Kingdom of Pen Pieyu’s princess gains pride from doing what is right and noble and wins the day while teaching a moral lesson. Fun, full page, grayscale illustrations are included in each chapter and help early readers picture the action. Admittedly, I’m a bit smitten with the big fella, Snarls, and secretly wish he would appear in my neck of the enchanted forest. Petra’s adventures are girl empowering and full of non-stereotypical behavior. This isn’t your average princess story full of tiaras and tutus but is one that can be equally enjoyed by both genders.

The Buzz

“Sir Princess Petra is a brilliant role model for both girls and boys who may feel somewhat out of the mainstream with their goals, attitudes and ambitions, and she fulfills that function marvelously.” ~Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite

“Her story is told with light-hearted humor, excitement and highly readable action sequences, accompanied by vivid characters who leap off the pages.” ~Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite

“Author Diane Mae Robinson has done a wonderful job in creating a fun, energetic and adventurous female character that her readers will love reading about.” ~Reviewed by Tracy A. Fischer for Readers’ Favorite


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About the Author: Diane Mae Robinson


Diane Mae Robinson is a multi-award winning author for her series, The Pen Pieyu Adventures.


Sir Princess Petra – The Pen Pieyu Adventures (Book 1) Book Awards

2012 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Emerging Artists Award

2012 Purple Dragonfly Book Award

2013 Sharp Writ Book Award

2013 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award

Sir Princess Petra’s Talent – The Pen Pieyu Adventures (Book 2) Book Awards

2014 Reader’s Favorite International Award

2015 Purple Dragonfly Book Award

2015 Children’s Literary Classics “Seal of Approval”

2015 Children’s Literary Classics Book Award

Grammar for Kids and Dragons, an easy-to-understand grammar book for middle-grade children (dragons and adults too), will have all of the Pen Pieyu characters explaining the grammar lessons making this an easy and fun read, forthcoming 2016.

Diane Mae Robinson lives in central Alberta. She enjoys riding her horses, playing with her dogs, visual arts, visiting Maui often, and of course, writing. The author is also an art teacher, writing instructor, children’s book editor, and a judge in an international short story competition.

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5 thoughts on “SIR PRINCESS PETRA’S MISSION *Book Blog Tour*

  1. You’re very welcome, Diane. It’s been my pleasure getting to know you and your gang. I wonder if a dragon’s howl is louder than a wolf’s? There’s one way to find out. Challenge accepted?


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