Prince Lucas and Clara discover a secret den of wolves in this fifteenth fantastical adventure of The Kingdom of Wrenly series.
Dire wolves are among the rarest creatures in the Kingdom of Wrenly. They travel under the cloak of darkness, sleep during the day, and hunt in the deepest silence. The only proof that these beasts exist is what they leave behind: giant paw prints and haunting howls that echo on the wind. So, when Prince Lucas and Sir Clara find a lost dire wolf pup alone in the woods, they must use all of their skills to find the hidden den of wolves.
With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Kingdom of Wrenly chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
Chapter 1: Mr. Mysterious Mr. Mysterious “I did it!” Clara exclaimed as she pounded the last stake into the ground with her mallet. “My tent is finally all set up!”
Prince Lucas groaned. “Stop bragging,” he complained.
Poor Lucas had been struggling with his tent. He couldn’t attach the canvas to the top of the center pole. It was too high.
Clara laughed and shook her head. Then she snapped her fingers, and Ruskin sat up. The scarlet dragon grabbed the prince’s canvas in his teeth, flew it to the top of the pole, and secured it easily.
Lucas sighed and said, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
“Perhaps you like a challenge,” Clara suggested.
The prince frowned. “Not that kind of challenge. Besides, I thought camping was supposed to be fun.”
Clara smirked. “I don’t know… I’m having a great time watching the prince of Wrenly battle the dreaded tent monster.”
“Ha-ha.” Lucas gave a fake laugh. “Would you lend me a hand already?”
Clara helped the prince tighten the ropes and pound his stakes into the ground. They set up cots and chairs inside their tents.
“Now we can hike to Goblin Falls!” Lucas said triumphantly.
Lucas and Clara had never been to Goblin Falls before.
Jordan Quinn grew up in a fairy tale castle in England. It had a spiral stone staircase, a moat, and a dungeon. As a child she liked to play hide-and-go-seek and ride her beloved horse, Prince Charming. When she wasn’t riding, she wrote stories about fairies, trolls, dragons, and wizards. Today Jordan lives on a ranch in California with her husband, son, and a golden retriever named Sir Toots-a-Lot.
Robert McPhillips has been involved in a wide variety of projects over the years—from illustrating greeting cards to animation, though he especially loves illustrating children’s books. Robert makes his home in North Devon, England, with his wife, Sam.