The First Galactic Princess – A Bedtime Story

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The first galactic princess is a little girl growing up in a wonderful place. She faces an ordinary problem with the help of a friend and the support of an understanding father. There are no spaceships, ancient prophecies or threatening aliens. There is, however, a hover car -- kids need to dream about hover cars! More
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Words: 2,100
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301336364
About Kevin A. Lyons

I was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey. When I graduated from college, with a degree in Geology, I left – for a while. I worked on oil wells from California to the North Slope of Alaska, from the Gulf of Mexico to the first test well that was drilled in Georges Bank, off the coast of Massachusetts. Then I came back to New Jersey and spent a few years working at the Division of Fish, Game and Shellfisheries.

I left again for Connecticut to work for the phone company, just in time for Ma Bell to break up. I came back to New Jersey with AT&T and eventually found my way to Bell Labs.

I left Bell Labs to be a stay-at-home dad. As my kids grew older I was able to spend some time volunteering at a nearby riding center for people with special needs -- that's one of my coworkers in the photo with me.

Now that my kids are away at college I’m making the transition to “merely unemployed.” Or maybe I'll become a writer. We’ll see.

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Review by: Mike White on Jan. 08, 2017 :
Overall, I liked this story. It was appropriately scaled for young children in terms of its conflict. It also had the feel of an oral tradition type story, which definitely made it good for a bedtime tale.

I didn't like the line about all good princesses being beautiful, and parents reading the story out loud to their children should skip that line. Otherwise, there is very little to dislike about this story.
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Review by: Trevor Compro on March 09, 2015 :
Not what I expected and it surprised me.
I like surprises.
Another delightful story from a man who writes with feeling.
I don't review on my preferences but what I read, and I did enjoy reading this even though I'm an adult.
Lovely story.
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Review by: Jonathan Antony Strickland on June 27, 2013 :
Having just read the brilliant "star creature" I thought I'd give this other freebie a quick read. This story is a futaristic childrens story (so I'm not the audience it was aimed at) of a young princess getting lost in her fathers royal garden.

Hard one for me to sum up, probably a bit like a modern Hans Christian Anderson tale. So it was O.K, though I personally would have preferred a little danger in the story (making it more like a brothers Grimm). But like I said before this is not meant for adult readers and smaller eyes and ears who read and listen to this may well enjoy it much more.
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