The Dog Prince

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This is a classic fairy tale to entertain the children in all of us.

Travel with the storyteller to the land of Brink and find out how a dog became the prince of an entire country. More

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About Fun London

Alfundo "Fun" London was born in Florence, Italy. His mother was a beautiful blonde tarantella dancer with an adventurous spirit. Much less is known of his father, a sailor who was lost in the stormy seas off the coast of Ithaca shortly after Fun was conceived. After spending his youth on the island of Corsica learning the language and ways of the French, he found his way to America where he now resides. He spent summers working for a carnival where he met many interesting people who fueled his imagination.
“I have always loved life, and I find each person I meet to be of great interest. I believe in the basic goodness in us all and in the joy of creating. I write to bring some of my joy to others. Remember, if you’re not having fun, you’re not doing it right.” Fun London

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Review by: Jeffie Dee Brown Duncan on March 25, 2014 :
Very well written fairy tale! The words jump off the page into pictures.
(review of free book)
Review by: Christine Redlin on Jan. 15, 2012 : (no rating)
Christine Redlin - 5 stars!

We all need to hear and read good stories, The Dog Prince is an imaginative fun tale with heart! What a fun read and I was able to escape to the imaginary world of Brink and take a break from the daily stress! The writer's descriptions are clear and imaginative. My evolved and sharp Mom of 88, loved it and read it straight through and found it enchanting and engaging. I look forward to more adventures of The Dog Prince and his other friends in and out of the land of Brink! A fun read for all!
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Review by: Patti Thompson on June 6, 2011 :
I love The Dog Prince! The story is wholesome fun with great characters and a little satire thrown in for adults. The land of Brink came to life and kept me entertained right to the end. I look forward to reading more tales from Fun London. I think his name is quite appropriate.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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