• Tue. May 21st, 2024

Blogging A to Z: P-Peter’s Chair Ezra Jack Keats


unconventional librarian

Let me just get this out of the way that the letter P

is probably my favorite letter

for obvious reasons, right?

P is for Peter’s Chair by Ezra Jack Keats

Poor Peter finds all of his baby things being taken over by his new baby sister and he isn’t too happy about it.

What’s a guy to do?

Fortunately, mom and dad show Peter how special he is

and Peter gives his favorite chair

to his sister.


Who doesn’t love this book?

and the YAY! Award goes to the letter P because during

the A to Z Challenge, I made a new friend and met a new book

The Princelings of the East was written by my new friend Jemima Pett

I haven’t read the book (yet!) but according to Amazon.com

“The Princelings of the East is the first of a trilogy telling of the adventures of Fred and George.

When the King’s Birthday feast is ruined by an unnatural power drain, our Princeling heroes leave their scientific experiments to set out in search of answers. They encounter the enigmatic businessman Hugo, the impressive Prince of Buckmore, the wise Lady Nimrod, the irrepressible barkeep Victor, but find themselves threatened by those with vested interests. The scene shifts from a rural, feudal setting to the towers and heights of the curious Isle of Hattan, but where, or when, are they? Time is of the essence in solving this puzzle, and our heroes must keep their wits sharp and their heads clear if they are to survive.

Suitable for ages 8 and over, The Princelings of the East is a fantasy adventure with the charm of the Wind in the Willows in a world reminiscent of Anne MacCaffrey’s Pern.”

Wind in the Willows? I remember loving that book!

I can’t wait to read this book. Maybe I can talk the author into visiting? Cross your fingers!

Tomorrow’s letter is Q.

That’s a tough one, folks…