The Beatryce Prophecy

Book review by Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 9+

Lively fable celebrates friendship, girl (and goat) power.

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 9+

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A beautiful and timeless tale told in a fairy tale convention about the importance of connection and nurturing others. A curious and big hearted monk finds a strange girl asleep and curled up with a particularly ferocious goat. Beatryce does not know why she is there or from where she came, but she knows her name and that seems to have its own power. As Beatryce connects with an unusual collection of helpful people, she begins to learn more about herself and her part in a promising prophecy. The novel is set in a medieval like time beset by war and violence and several of the characters come to the story through violence. These events are dark and, while not overly graphic, are intended to have impact.

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For kids who love adventure and strong girl heroes

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