|aWhatever after 11 : Two peas in a pod /|cSarah Mlynowski.
|a2 peas in a pod
|aTwo peas in a pod
|aNew York :|bScholastic Inc.,|c2018.
|a162 p. :|bill. ;|c20 cm
|aWhatever after ;|v11
|aOriginally published in hardcover by Scholastic Press in 2018.
|aAbby is feeling slighted by not being chosen festival leader at school, and her brother Jonah thinks that a trip through the magic mirror is just what she needs--but when they find themselves in a strange version of the Princess and the pea, and Abby is tagged as the princess, who will be the next ruler of the Kingdom of Bog (which is very damp and infested with alligators), she is not so much complimented as desperate to find an alternate princess, and get herself and her brother home.
|aMagic mirrors|vJuvenile fiction.
|aCharacters and characteristics in literature|vJuvenile fiction.
I've landed -- along with my brother, Jonah, and our dog, Prince -- in the fairy tale of The Princess and the Pea When I can't fall asleep on top of a hundred mattresses, the kingdom decides I must be the princess they're looking for. Talk about royal treatment -- I'm suddenly being waited on hand and foot. Plus, I get unlimited ball gowns, sparkly jewelry, and ice cream. But can we find a REAL princess to run the kingdom? Now we have to: - Hold a princess contest- Defeat an obnoxious prince- Escape hungry alligators- Make it back home There's no time to snooze -- may the best princess win