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RAISING THE GRIFFIN
New York : Wendy Lamb Books,
IL 5-8, RL 5.8
can't believe what he's hearing. Leave school? Why should he
leave his boarding school? It isn't the best place in the world but
he can ride his horse whenever he wants and things are going OK.
When he returns home, things go from strange to downright weird. It seems
that the country of Rovenia has overthrown the occupation and has declared
itself independent. For the first time in many years, there is to
be a free, independent Rovenia. And they have voted to restore the
monarchy. And guess what -- that means Alex's father is now King
of Rovenia. Which, or course, makes Alex the prince. Well,
to some people, this might be a great thing. But not to Alex.
He balks at all his handlers who attempt to get him ready to take his place
as royalty. What will happen when the family finally returns to the
homeland to reclaim their place?
Princes -- Fiction.
Identity -- Fiction.
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
Responsibility -- Fiction.
Europe -- Fiction.
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