Sir Princess Petra's Talent

The Pen Pieyu Adventures

Children - Fantasy/Sci-Fi
106 Pages
Reviewed on 03/27/2014
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Author Biography

Diane lives in a hilltop castle nestled amongst a very old and magical forest. In this magical forest, all the fantasy creatures one can imagine live and audition for parts in the author's next book.
The author is also an art teacher, editor, and writing instructor at the Creative Writing Institute.


    Book Review

Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

Sir Princess Petra's Talent is the second volume in Diane Mae Robinson's fantasy/adventure series, The Pen Pieyu Adventures. While it is the second volume, Robinson adds enough background information to allow this tale to stand on its own. Petra's father, King Longstride, offered her anything she wished for her ninth birthday, and Petra asked to be made a knight of the realm. She fulfilled one of the three conditions necessary for becoming a royal knight and hushed the howling dragon. Petra discovered that Snarls, the dragon, had his tail stuck under some rocks, which was why he was howling. She helped him out, earned her title, Sir Princess Petra, and made a good friend and companion in the dragon Snarls. Now her father has issued a new decree via the royal rule book, which states that all Princess Knights must attend Talent School before they turn 10 years old. Petra is dismayed by this edict as all the talents the school offers are for "proper princess" stuff and not the skills she really needs to be a knight.

Diane Mae Robinson's fantasy adventure tale, Sir Princess Petra's Talent, is quite simply wonderful. It lets kids know that their interests don't have to be dictated by their gender. It's okay to hate girly stuff and frilly dresses if you're a girl or to love crochet and crafting if you're a boy. Then there are the talents like reading and learning which are less gender-specific. The message that Sir Princess Petra's Talent brings is that those skills are just as important, if not more so, than traditional boy/girl skills. Can Petra solves her problem with diplomacy, tact, and skill? Young readers will learn that, even in the tightest spots, if you give it enough thought, you can often turn a challenging situation into one with a great outcome. These are important messages for kids to hear, especially when they hear it in the form of an exciting and funny adventure with a fabulous Princess Knight and a Prince who crochets and wears pink.

Julia Hopkinson

Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is the second installment in Diane Mae Robinson’s illustrated series, The Pen Pieyu Adventures. This book includes a synopsis of the first book, in which Princess Petra became Pen Pieyu’s only knight so far - much to the dismay of her mother and father, the King and Queen - and obtained a pet dragon with a penchant for barbecue. The new tale describes the King’s attempt to thwart Petra’s knightliness by requiring her to acquire a Princess-like talent, and Petra’s own attempts to avoid learning “sissy princess stuff”, like crochet or knitting. Through the book, she and Snarls the dragon have several adventures, meet many new friends, and find the perfect opportunity to demonstrate their own talents.

Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is a pleasant read and great fun for kids; particularly, I imagine, for little girls, for whom chasing ganutes, befriending witches, and planning duels would be a hoot. The story contains some very funny bits, even for adults, and very lively characters with great names - Duce Crablips, Norton Nastybun, Letgo the crocodile! The book is a charming adventure with some witty lines and funny characters. I loved the character of Snarls, and Bograt’s rumours spread for her own gain and amusement. There is a lot of warmth in Diane Mae Robinson’s book which children and adults alike will enjoy.

Mamta Madhavan

Sir Princess Petra's Talent: The Pen Pieyu Adventures by Diane Mae Robinson is an adventure story that will take children on a ride of fantasy, whimsy, and imagination. The King and Queen of Pen Pieyu have a daughter, Princess Petra. Instead of behaving like a princess, she likes to show people that she is a noble knight. The rules in the Kingdom change and that requires the princess to attend Talent School. Though unhappy over her father's decision, Petra agrees to go. The messages of kindness and understanding dominate the evil forces in the story. What will Petra discover about herself in Talent School?

It is an adventure story filled with a lot of action, humor, and suspense. It is a theme that gives message about understanding, kindness and acceptance. The main character, Petra, is endearing and the other characters in the story are also imaginative and interesting. The pencil sketches in the story give life to the characters and the scenes. It is a book that should be kept in school libraries and also in one's personal collection. The fast paced story and the characters evoke a kind of magical feeling within readers, along with the beautiful sketches that give them personality.

The twists and turns and the sub-plots make the story intriguing and will keep young readers glued to the book till the very end. The messages given out in the story makes it more appealing.

Dr. Oliva Dsouza

Sir Princess Petra would rather be a knight in her father's Kingdom of Pen Pieyu than go to Talent School and learn a new skill that is more becoming of a princess. But the King and the Queen put their feet down on this issue. Sir Princess Petra is almost turned into a frog by the royal magician before she agrees (reluctantly) to go and earn her talent certificate at the school. Accompanied by her dragon, Snarls, she sets off on an adventure, gaining new friends and allies along the way. This journey also turns out to be a means of self discovery for Sir Princess Petra. Does she really earn her talent certificate from the Talent School?

Sir Princess Petra's Talent by Diane Mae Robinson is an exciting, delightful, and sweet story about an endearing princess, who is also the only Knight of her father's kingdom. The story teaches fantastic lessons about friendship, honor, self-worth, and discovering your own talents. Every child deserves to read this book. The lessons are worth it. The author has used her imagination to her creative best and managed to weave an extremely engaging story. This book is guaranteed to keep your little one glued to the story and out of your hair when you really need a break. Sir Princess Petra's antics are cute, hilarious, and heartwarming. She manages to steal your heart completely. Does she come into her own and find her real talent? Will she be able to impress her folks with her talent? Read on and your kid will want you to read it all over again for him/her.

Bil Howard

Talent School? Why on earth should a princess knight have to go to talent school? In Sir Princess Petra’s Talent by Diane Mae Robinson, Princess Petra is commanded by the Royal Rule Book to attend Talent School and complete a certification of a proper princess talent before the age of ten. In the event that she did not complete talent school by age ten, then the royal magician would turn her into a frog and she would live in the bogs for five years. Having hushed the howling dragon in the Forest of Doom, Princess Petra is not happy about pursuing a proper princess talent, telling her father that it is sissy princess stuff. The tale that unfolds as Princess Petra, accompanied by Prince Duce Crablips, starts on her journey to Talent School and the discovery of her proper princess talent brings the reader to a surprise ending. What is Princess Petra’s talent?

The second book in the Pen Pieyu Adventures, Sir Princess Petra’s Talent continues a series of tales in the kingdom of Pen Pieyu that is peppered with the unique humor of Diane Mae Robinson. This is a fun book that sends a reluctant Sir Princess Petra on a quest to seek her proper princess talent. The reluctance is soon forgotten, as is often the case with 9-year-olds, and the hilarious adventure leads to a wonderful lesson about discovering our special skills and talents. Humorous, adventurous and revealing, Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is a delightful and meaningful continuation of an already wonderfully imaginative series.

Julia Hopkinson

Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is the second installment in Diane Mae Robinson’s illustrated series, The Pen Pieyu Adventures. This book includes a synopsis of the first book, in which Princess Petra became Pen Pieyu’s only knight so far - much to the dismay of her mother and father, the King and Queen - and obtained a pet dragon with a penchant for barbecue. The new tale describes the King’s attempt to thwart Petra’s knightliness by requiring her to acquire a Princess-like talent, and Petra’s own attempts to avoid learning “sissy princess stuff”, like crochet or knitting. Through the book, she and Snarls the dragon have several adventures, meet many new friends, and find the perfect opportunity to demonstrate their own talents.

Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is a pleasant read and great fun for kids; particularly, I imagine, for little girls, for whom chasing ganutes, befriending witches, and planning duels would be a hoot. The story contains some very funny bits, even for adults, and very lively characters with great names - Duce Crablips, Norton Nastybun, Letgo the crocodile! The book is a charming adventure with some witty lines and funny characters. I loved the character of Snarls, and Bograt’s rumours spread for her own gain and amusement. There is a lot of warmth in Diane Mae Robinson’s book which children and adults alike will enjoy.

Dr. Oliva Dsouza

Sir Princess Petra would rather be a knight in her father's Kingdom of Pen Pieyu than go to Talent School and learn a new skill that is more becoming of a princess. But the King and the Queen put their feet down on this issue. Sir Princess Petra is almost turned into a frog by the royal magician before she agrees (reluctantly) to go and earn her talent certificate at the school. Accompanied by her dragon, Snarls, she sets off on an adventure, gaining new friends and allies along the way. This journey also turns out to be a means of self discovery for Sir Princess Petra. Does she really earn her talent certificate from the Talent School?

Sir Princess Petra's Talent by Diane Mae Robinson is an exciting, delightful, and sweet story about an endearing princess, who is also the only Knight of her father's kingdom. The story teaches fantastic lessons about friendship, honor, self-worth, and discovering your own talents. Every child deserves to read this book. The lessons are worth it. The author has used her imagination to her creative best and managed to weave an extremely engaging story. This book is guaranteed to keep your little one glued to the story and out of your hair when you really need a break. Sir Princess Petra's antics are cute, hilarious, and heartwarming. She manages to steal your heart completely. Does she come into her own and find her real talent? Will she be able to impress her folks with her talent? Read on and your kid will want you to read it all over again for him/her.

Mamta Madhavan

Sir Princess Petra's Talent: The Pen Pieyu Adventures by Diane Mae Robinson is an adventure story that will take children on a ride of fantasy, whimsy, and imagination. The King and Queen of Pen Pieyu have a daughter, Princess Petra. Instead of behaving like a princess, she likes to show people that she is a noble knight. The rules in the Kingdom change and that requires the princess to attend Talent School. Though unhappy over her father's decision, Petra agrees to go. The messages of kindness and understanding dominate the evil forces in the story. What will Petra discover about herself in Talent School?

It is an adventure story filled with a lot of action, humor, and suspense. It is a theme that gives message about understanding, kindness and acceptance. The main character, Petra, is endearing and the other characters in the story are also imaginative and interesting. The pencil sketches in the story give life to the characters and the scenes. It is a book that should be kept in school libraries and also in one's personal collection. The fast paced story and the characters evoke a kind of magical feeling within readers, along with the beautiful sketches that give them personality.

The twists and turns and the sub-plots make the story intriguing and will keep young readers glued to the book till the very end. The messages given out in the story makes it more appealing.

Jack Magnus

Sir Princess Petra's Talent is the second volume in Diane Mae Robinson's fantasy/adventure series, The Pen Pieyu Adventures. While it is the second volume, Robinson adds enough background information to allow this tale to stand on its own. Petra's father, King Longstride, offered her anything she wished for her ninth birthday, and Petra asked to be made a knight of the realm. She fulfilled one of the three conditions necessary for becoming a royal knight and hushed the howling dragon. Petra discovered that Snarls, the dragon, had his tail stuck under some rocks, which was why he was howling. She helped him out, earned her title, Sir Princess Petra, and made a good friend and companion in the dragon Snarls. Now her father has issued a new decree via the royal rule book, which states that all Princess Knights must attend Talent School before they turn 10 years old. Petra is dismayed by this edict as all the talents the school offers are for "proper princess" stuff and not the skills she really needs to be a knight.

Diane Mae Robinson's fantasy adventure tale, Sir Princess Petra's Talent, is quite simply wonderful. It lets kids know that their interests don't have to be dictated by their gender. It's okay to hate girly stuff and frilly dresses if you're a girl or to love crochet and crafting if you're a boy. Then there are the talents like reading and learning which are less gender-specific. The message that Sir Princess Petra's Talent brings is that those skills are just as important, if not more so, than traditional boy/girl skills. Can Petra solves her problem with diplomacy, tact, and skill? Young readers will learn that, even in the tightest spots, if you give it enough thought, you can often turn a challenging situation into one with a great outcome. These are important messages for kids to hear, especially when they hear it in the form of an exciting and funny adventure with a fabulous Princess Knight and a Prince who crochets and wears pink.

Sue Morris, Kid Lit Revie

Sue Morris, Kid Lit Reviews
Petra is a great role model for girls. There are many oddball characters, some silly situations,and a pair of determined parents. Attempts to control a strong-headed, yet kind and caring almost ten-year-old royal brings about goofy humor kids will like. Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is a story worth remembering.
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Mark Simon Smith, Childre

Mark Simon Smith, Children’s Book Author
Author Diane Mae Robinson has done it again. Her first book was a captivating, light-hearted, and whimsical fantasy romp that immediately grabs the young reader's attention and holds it tight and the second is no different. The colorful descriptions and downright silly goofiness set these stories apart. I can't imagine the reader the wouldn't be interested in these books. - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.8AIFn3i8.dpuf

Steve Lothian

Steve Lothian, Author
Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is a clever and fun adventure . . .the plot is original, kinda quirky and plenty of fun. I loved the humorous tone of the story and think the author has done a great job . . . this book is that it was awesome. I’m not normally a Princessy story kinda guy, but I have to say that this one was rather cool.
Full review here: http://swlothian.com/2013/10/05/%E2%99%A6-blog-tour-%E2%99%A6-sir-princess-petras-talent-%E2%99%A6-by-diane-mae-robinson/ - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.8AIFn3i8.dpuf

Devotional Thoughts

Ruth, My Devotional Thoughts
It’s okay to be who you really are, and this book emphasizes that point to a tee. The characters are well-developed, . . . the story was fun and thrilling.
Full review here: http://mydevotionalthoughts.net/2013/09/sir-princess-petras-talent-by-diane-mae-robinson-book-review.html - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.8AIFn3i8.dpuf

Julie Grasso

Julie Grasso, Author
Hurrah, Petra has obtained her talent, but on the way, the adventure in her spirit rears up . . .This was a wonderful story, where we see Petra's beautiful personality develop even further. I absolutely adore Petra's innocent antics . . .Full review here: http://whenigrowupiwannawriteakidsbook.blogspot.ca/2013/09/sir-princess-petras-talent-blog-tour.html - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.8AIFn3i8.dpuf

Nayus Reading Corner

Jessica, Nayus Reading Corner
It is truly a hilarious, light-hearted read that is a treasure on anyone's bookshelf. Full review here:
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Vera Godley

Vera Godley, ACS Readers Haven
This is absolutely one of the silliest books I’ve read, but oh what FUN!! The author has created such an imaginative story of magical characters.
Full review here: http://acsreadershaven.blogspot.ca/2013/10/sir-princess-petras-talent-pen-pieyu.html - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.8AIFn3i8.dpuf

This Kid Reviews Books

Erik, This Kid Reviews Books
This is a great sequel to “Sir Princess Petra!” I loved the character of Princess Petra, the princess who didn’t want to be“princessy” but wanted to be a knight. I also LOVED the talent Princess Petra finds out she has! Ms. Robinson’s writing style makes this adventure fun and gets you into the characters. I really enjoyed the dialogue in the book. It made it fun to read.
Full review here: http://thiskidreviewsbooks.com/2013/10/05/sir-princess-petra-2/ - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.8AIFn3i8.dpuf

The Book Elf Nook

Erica, The Book Elf Nook
This book is a fun adventure. Princess Petra not only goes to learn a Talent, but she makes unexpected friends along the way.
This is a book to read and enjoy. And read again.
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Jaylen Grace

Jaylen Grace, Author
I'm not surprised Princess Petra has won her awards. On her adventure she meets wonderfully comic characters like Duce Crablips, the Ganutes and others who had me smiling continuously. It's a great story and book - and I'm sure children will love it.
Full review here: http://www.amazon.com/Princess-Petras-Talent-DianeRobinson/dp/1625106823/ref=pd_sim_sbs_b_1 - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.8AIFn3i8.dpuf

Mother Daughter Book Revi

Renee, Mother Daughter Book Reviews
Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is precisely everything an early middle grade book should be with a multi-dimensional main character who is a great role model for young girls; a great supporting cast of unique and quirky characters; a plot largely driven through clever dialogue amongst the characters and involving much adventure and folly; and unexpected turns and twists that will leave parents and their children laughing out loud.
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The Story Reading Ape

Chris, The Story Reading Ape
In this delightful little tale we learn how Princess Petra becomes a Knight and how she gets her Talent certified. A great story for entertaining kids AND educational without them knowing it!
Full review here: http://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/2013/09/29/meet-the-author-diane-mae-robinson-book-blast/ - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.FMpxWN94.dpuf

Bound 4 Escape

Dawn Heslin, Bound 4 Escape
What an adventure! The descriptions of all of the characters are colorful . . . I especially liked the cute names of the characters and kingdoms. There are also some age appropriate lessons in this book. Princess Petra is her own person. She does what she believes to be the right thing and doesn’t worry about what others think.Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is a great book!
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Beach Bound Books

Stacie Theis, Beach Bound Books

Sir Princess Petra's Talent is a whimsical tale and the lighthearted, but often stubborn, Princess Petra will amuse readers. Her antics leave her parents and other royal officials bewildered, but Princess Petra has a big heart and even though her methods are quirky she always finds a way to help others. Her stubbornness plays a role in her selection of a talent, but no one could have ever imagined how much joy and happiness her special gift would bring the Kingdom. Petra teaches the King and Queen, as well as young readers, that we all have our own unique talent and if we look inside ourselves we will discover our talent so we can share it with others.I highly recommend picking up Sir Princess Petra's Talent.
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The Manitoba Library Asso

The Manitoba Library Association, Natalie Schembri

Robinson’s story is humorous and entertaining, and Robinson’s narrative is both imaginative and delightful. I would recommend the second adventure of “Pen Pieyu” for school and public library collections. Petra’s dedication and passion will inspire young readers to discover their own talents.
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Renee Hand

Renee Hand, The Crypto-Capers Series Blog Spot

Sir Princess Petra's Talent is a wonderfully inspiring story of acceptance and friendship. Children of all ages are going to love the author's humor as she shows how Petra's determination, acceptance of others, and kindness change a kingdom and break the rules of the closed mind thinkers. Petra as a knight is a unique and lively character that will assuredly capture the hearts of many. Full review here:http://thecryptocapersseries.blogspot.ca/2014/03/interview-with-diane-robinson-for-pen.html - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.SfqhMz1w.dpuf

Bamauthor.me

Barbara Ann Mojica, Bamauthor.me

Petra provides an outstanding role model for young boys and girls for she has many lessons of courage, friendship and character to teach them. She and the other quirky characters in this book possess a delightful sense of humor. Looking forward to reading more of The Pen Pieyu Adventures from this talented new author. Full review here: http://bamauthor.me/2014/01/05/a-princess-with-pizazz/ - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.SfqhMz1w.dpuf

Deborah and Deborah

Deborah and Deborah, Goodreads One adventurous read! I like the characters and their colorful personalities. Full Review here: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18136476-sir-princess-petra-s-talent---the-pen-pieyu-adventures - See more at: http://www.dragonsbook.com/ReviewTwo.html#sthash.SfqhMz1w.dpuf

Amazon Reviewers

This book was a fun adventure. Princess Petra has to learn a talent, and not only goes to learn her Talent, but she makes unexpected friends along the way. I enjoyed how everything fit together. The artwork is cute and whimsical. One of my favorite characters is Snarls, a dragon who loves to cook. This is a book to read and enjoy. And read again.

Full Review here: http://www.amazon.com/Princess-Petras-Talent-Diane-Robinson/product-reviews/1625106823/ref=dpx_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1

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Alinka Rutkowska

Alinka Rutkowska Award Winning Children's Author

I love this book series! In the author's first book, Sir Princess Petra (Pen Pieyu Adventures) , our princess proves that she can face many challenges, including an encounter with a dragon, Snarls, and can become a Knight (to her parents horror).

In "Sir Princess Petra's Talent," our heroine comes back to be sent to Talent School. Unfortunately finding the right course is not as easy as it may sound for Petra is not a very girly princess! After many adventures Petra does find what her talent is!

This is a wonderful, fast-paced story full of humor and profound messages - what a powerful combination!

I'm eagerly awaiting sequels!

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Deb Julienne

Deb Julienne, Amazon Customer

I am in love with this book series! It was a grand adventure that any child would love to read about, imagining it was them on the quest. The story is fast-paced, full of humor, and even has a message tucked in for good measure.
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More Than A Book Review

Donna Feyen, More Than A Book Review

Sir Princess Petra's Talent is the second book in The Pen Pieyu Adventures series. Although I had not read the first book in the series, the beginning of the second book has a prologue that gave background information and explained how Princess Petra became a knight; so, I had no problem getting caught up and didn’t feel lost. Petra is a strong role model for young girls. . . Sir Princess Petra’s Talent is a fantasy, adventure children’s chapter book with moral, values of kindness, acceptance of other, and believing in yourself. like.http://www.morethanareview.com/books/sir-princess-petras-talent-the-pen-pieyu-adventures/

Advices Books

. . . But which will be the talent that Petra will choose at the Talent School? The answer is in the book that we want to define a graceful masterpiece of the children’s literature. Thanks to her excellent writing skills, Diane Mae Robinson has been capable to create a perfect story for children.
Sir Princess Petra Talent’s is well written and created by using the proper words, sentences and adjectives, the sequences of words build a sort of poetry and this style makes the story more and more poetic and enchanting.
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The Writings, Verse, and


Great sequels do not come around as often as you might like.
Yes, Sir Princess Petra's Talent has all of the qualities of a good sequel. It builds on an already excellent, humorous, and intelligent story. It gives an expanded view and appreciation for the characters under discussion. It makes reference to the 1st book in the series without relying solely on that book for repeated intrigue. In other words, it stands on its own while still tying into the original book. . . This is a triumphant return to a land that I am growing more fond of with each read.http://www.rrhowroar.blogspot.ca/2015/03/sir-princess-petras-talent-written-by.html?m=1

Book Awards

2014 Readers' Favorite International Book Award
2014 Children's Literary Classics Seal of Approval

2015 Book Award

Purple Dragonfly Book Award

2015 Book Awards

2015 Children's Literary Classics Book Award
2015 Los Angeles Book Festival Award