Diana: Princess of the Amazons

Diana: Princess of the Amazons Review

From New York Times bestselling authors Shannon Hale and Dean Hale comes a heartfelt story about making mistakes, learning the hard way, and growing up to become a hero.

Eleven-year-old Diana leads an idyllic life on the island of Themyscira. Cut off from the rest of the world, she's beginning to feel more and more isolated. Though she has a loving mother and many "aunties," she is an only child. THE only child child on the island, in fact.

After an escapade goes wrong, Diana gets in trouble for not living up to the Amazonian standard. She just can't seem to measure up no matter what she does. Every other person on the island is an adult proficient in their trade and mighty in body, while she is gangly, sometimes clumsy, and not particularly good at anything. She's not Wonder Woman ... yet. What Diana needs is a friend; someone her own age whom she can talk to. But when she decides to take matters into her own hands, she may just make a monster instead of a friend.

Title:Diana: Princess of the Amazons
Edition Language:English

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  • Amy Imogene Reads

    This cute, middle grade graphic novel focused on Wonder Woman was full of heart. Artwork: Pacing: Story: Diana is the only child in a community of Amazon warrior women, and she's not exactly having th...

  • Chad

    Princess Diana is the only child on an island of immortal Amazons. No one has time for here and she feels neglected and alone. When she hears the story of how she was made of clay again, she decides t...

  • Stacy Fetters

    "I think I’d like people better if they all turned into adorable, fluffy animals."Diana was a really cute middle grade graphic novel that kids will enjoy. We all know how Wonderful Woman turned out ...

  • Bookishrealm

    Soooo good! Check out my full review here: https://bookishrealmreviews.blogspot.......

  • Darla

    A fantastic addition to the Wonder Woman titles with great cover appeal for the middle grade set. Diana feels neglected and unappreciated by all the Amazons and crafts her own playmate from discarded ...

  • Kailey (BooksforMKs)

    Diana is too young to join in the activities of the other Amazons, and she has no companions her own age. She tries to fashion a friend for herself out of clay and sand, attempting to perform magic to...

  • Rod Brown

    I've read a lot of variations on the origin of Wonder Woman and stories of her childhood on Themyscira in the Paradise Islands archipelago, but this one aimed at a kids audience may be one of the best...

  • Cadence

    "I liked the book because the kids were having fun. The sand person ended up being bad and that scared me." -Cadee, age 7...

  • Laura

    Shannon Hale and Diana, Princess of the Amazons? How could that combo go wrong?And true enough, this was a delightful telling of what Diana as a child must have gone through, with everyone being older...

  • Jordan (The Heart of a Book Blogger)

    This review and more can be found at The Heart of a Book Blogger.Diana: Princess of the Amazons is a cute middle grade graphic novel. This story of course focuses on Diana as she’s growing up as the...