No Place for Magic

E.D. Baker


No Place for Magic

No Place for Magic

  • Title: No Place for Magic
  • Author: E.D. Baker
  • ISBN: 9781582346540
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Hardcover



When Emma and her beloved frog turned prince Eadric travel to Upper Montevista to ask for Eadric s parents blessing on their marriage, they find his homeland in chaos Eadric s annoying little brother Bradston has been kidnapped by trolls Worse, his mother won t let Emma use magic, even to rescue Bradston, and Eadric seems suddenly a bit too fond of the girls from his paWhen Emma and her beloved frog turned prince Eadric travel to Upper Montevista to ask for Eadric s parents blessing on their marriage, they find his homeland in chaos Eadric s annoying little brother Bradston has been kidnapped by trolls Worse, his mother won t let Emma use magic, even to rescue Bradston, and Eadric seems suddenly a bit too fond of the girls from his past But as they travel through unfriendly lands, battle sea monsters and vampires, and find allies in unlikely places, Emma just might come to see her Eadric for the strong and loyal young man that he is.With a dose of bravery and a few clever tricks both magic and not, Princess Emma takes center stage again in this utterly charming and surprising addition to E D Baker s fantastic Tales of the Frog Princess.


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The story, No Place for Magic, is an echanting fairy tale. This book is the fourth in the series of the Frog Princess. Princess Emma has finally mastered her magic, but she soon discovers that she cannot always rely on it. When taking a visit to the parents of her soon-to-be wed (Eadric), she enters in a new quest, in which her magic cannot be used. This tale tells of the young couple, who have great determination, strong courage, and an even greater love for each other. This has been one of the [...]

Tales of the Frog Princess, book 4. Emma and Eadric are ready to get married, but first they have to get his parents' approval. Eadric's mother does not approve of magic. She hates it so much that she won't even allow Emma to help rescue her younger son, Bardston, who has been kidnapped by trolls. THis is probably the weakest link in the series, but it was still funny enough to keep me reading. I just love Emma. She is a great character.

Hmm. Well, this wasn't a bad little book, but not great either. Its strongest point is the conclusion to the Emma/Eadric romance subplot (we finally get to see their wedding!) But aside from that it was a pretty mixed bag content wise.The trolls were funny, though their resolution, clearly intended to be amusing was anticlimactic. The vampire bit entertained me, however all the other little stops this story makes on the way to the trolls did not. The continued Lil/Garrid romance still is weird a [...]

Yet again a great book by E.D. Baker. I just love her books. Probably because they are in the genre I enjoy. (: Anyway, I'm running out of this to say so 5 stars.You should read it

Honestly this is just a cute, little series that I read during my down time because every once in a while everyone needs a bit of a "fluff" read. This really does not take much thought which is in no way anything against the books! They are just written for a younger age bracket than I am in but I enjoy reading books of all age groups.

I've been continuing to read through this series at my ten year old's insistence, and they are actually pretty good. In this one, Emma, the main character learns that her strength in magic is not always the cure for every problem. As I read, I found myself reflecting on how often I allow myself to rest in my strengths in a way that I was never meant to.At any rate, this really finishes up the story arc in my mind, and it's a neat and tidy finish, but the series still looks like it has several mo [...]

Baker, E.D. No Place for Magic, 250 p. Bloombury – Emma and Eadric are ready to marry, but Emma insists that they receive his parents’ blessing. In Eadric’s country, however, witches and magic are not respected. When the pair arrive, they are immediately set with the task of rescuing Eadric’s little brother from evil trolls – and Emma is going to try to accomplish this without depending on her magic. A nicely done addition to the Frog Princess series. EL, MS-ADVISABLE

What a great book in this fun series. I read this aloud to my children and it was exciting, surprising, and funny. It had just the right amount of fairly innocent romance for young readers and had lots of humour. Fantastic!

I loved this book!! it was a relaxing read and as it was quite short i didn't stop wanting to read it. the book was funny and humorous so i would recommend it!!FAVOURITE QUOTE: "Ingabinga all right?"

I did really enjoy this book, even more than the others that I have read so far. There were certainly some flaws that I saw toward the end, but I thought it was entertaining and at times quite funny.

this book was SSOOOOOO AWSOME!!! looking forwards to the next book! :)

This author continues to be quite uneven in how she handles the power dynamics between Princess Emma and all of those people closest to her. At times, Emma will decide to move in and take over dangerous, unpredictable, unpleasant situations, in her role as the Green Witch, while at other times she's as skittish about handling adult responsibilities as any preschooler - particularly when it comes to setting limits on the abysmal intrusions, pettiness, and insensitivities of her mother (who bosses [...]

This is, by far, one of the best stories I've ever read! It takes you on such a surprising and energetic adventure! This is the fourth book of the series, and this time Emma, the main character, struggles with some things since she's both a witch and a princess. Obviously, people wouldn't like magic too much. She's ready to marry prince Eadric and rule two kingdoms with him, but Eadric's parents sure aren't! Eadric's mother does not approve of magic, and neither does the kingdom she rules.But, w [...]

No Place For Magic is a nice ending for Emma and Eadric, and it has a promising outlook for the future of Montevista and their stance towards magic. Emma’s spells are especially good in this one, particularly the spell that she places on Bradston. You can tell that her time as the Green Witch has really honed her abilities. Also, that part where she turns into a dragon and fights the Troll Queen is awesome.So, once again, the blurb is a bit misleading. I was worried that the book would once ag [...]

Emma and Eadric head to Eadric's kingdom in order to gain his parents' blessing before they can get married. Eadric's parents, his mother in particular, hate magic and are dead set against Emma. Upon their arrival at the castle Emma and Eadric find that Eadric's younger brother has been kidnapped by trolls. The two set out to rescue him while Emma struggles not to use her magic.Emma went back to being annoying in this book. This seems to be an ongoing trend in E.D. Baker's books, well, at least [...]

Emma and Eadric's adventures continue, in this the fourth book, of The Frog Princess series!I love tales about princesses and princes, and I love all the books by this author so of course I truly enjoyed reading this book.This time, they are on a quest to rescue Edric's little brother, who has been captured by Trolls and destined to become the Troll Queen's husband. I am not really sure why the Troll Queen would kidnap Bradston as he is only about ten years old but of course she is not the sharp [...]

haha, well this is like one of the cornier books i've readbut its not too shabby :)i'll admit the frog princess is so much more adorable, but this is alrightits just that emeralda and whats-his-name keep in like every other chapter -_____-"""it gets extremely frustratingi love Li'l, the bat, cause she's soooo cutteee >:3but i get pissed off at the main characters cause1. Whats-his-face is like sexist.ing that emeralda can't protect herself2. emeralda is waaaay to self-conscious3. emeralda is [...]

Book four in the series, Emma is ready to marry Prince Eadric, but her mother in law to be has other ideas. she hates magic and therefore disapproves of Emma, determined to make it work Emma and Eadric travels to Upper Montevista to ask for their blessing, but when they get there Bradston has been Kidnapped. Emma and Eadric embark on a mission to bring him back, journeying deep into the troll kingdom is dangerous, but now Emma can't use her magic for fear of a trace, things just keep getting wor [...]

This is the fourth of the Frog Princess books, a series that began with The Frog Princess, one of many modern-day fairy tale retellings I've read in the past few years. This wasn't my favorite of the series, but it was a good addition nonetheless.In this portion of the story, almost all is right in Emma's world. She's got her true love, she's ended the family curse, and all that remains is to win over Eadric's parents so they may be married. With this in mind, the happy couple sets off to Eadric [...]

In No Place For Magic by E.D. Baker, Emma and Eadric travel because Eadric’s little brother has gotten kidnapped by trolls. They need to find him and bring him back. But there is a catch. Every time that they use magic, the trolls know where they are. In the end they find his little brother and bring him back to safety. Until the trolls attack. Once Emma got rid of their magic balls that show you where Emma does her magic, the trolls could no longer find them very easily. So now that the troll [...]

Emma is determined to get Eadric's parents to give their blessing for the wedding between the two, but she doesn't understand their dislike of all things magical--especially witches. When Emma and Eadric get to his parents' castle they learn that Eadric's bratty little brother has been taken by the troll queen. Emma knows this is her opportunity to show Eadric's parents just what magic can really do, as she saves their son. But when Emma finds that the trolls can track her when she uses magic th [...]

Emma and Eadric's adventures continue, in this the fourth book, of The Frog Princess series!I love tales about princesses and princes, and I love all the books by this author so of course I truly enjoyed reading this book.This time, they are on a quest to rescue Edric's little brother, who has been captured by Trolls and destined to become the Troll Queen's husband. I am not really sure why the Troll Queen would kidnap Bradston as he is only about ten years old but of course she is not the sharp [...]

I actually ended up liking this much better than I thought I would. Emma wants the approval of Eadric's parents before they marry, but his folks are not too keen on the idea of having a witch in the family. But when Eadric's little brother disappears, Emma and Eadric undertake the task of finding him. The hitch is that Emma can't use her magic. Will they be able to find Prince Bradston using simply their wits? The twist of having Emma unable to use her magic actually proved quite interesting and [...]

I am currently rereading this series - one of my favourites! My baby is almost 4 months old and I am still very sensitive (read hormonal) and keep starting books and putting them aside when they get too disturbing. I am left with very little to read so I have returned to a safe favourite. There is a great deal of comfort in the known:)I am near the beginning of the book and while many scenes are familiar, many have been completely forgotten. For example, I had totally forgotten Eadric's parents [...]

An interesting viewpoint on magic. E. D. baker is really good, although she doesn't transition very well. I think that Eadric is loyal. He is always willing to defend Emmeralda when they are in danger (which is a lot). Even though he is usually no match for their foes and Emma (her nickname) has to save his life several times, he stands up to rogue magic, and to do that for someone else takes a lot of courage and loyalty. An example of Eadric's loyalty towards Emma would be: "'Thank you, Eadric. [...]

Princess Emma of Greater Greensward is headed for Upper Montevista, where she aims to get Prince Edward's parents' blessing so they can get married. When they get there, Edward's little brother, Bradston, is missing! Edward's mother won't let Emma use magic to find Bradston, even though it's a potentially life-or-death situation. So Emma and Edward set off to find Bradston the way people usually do: without magic. Emma and Edward are not exactly real-world, but they're funny; and this really is [...]

Dear E.D. BakerWhy did you make Eadric’s family so horrible? I thought they were going to be charming, loving, nice, hospitable, caring, something even anything like Eadric! They treat Emma horrid it isn’t fair! They don’t like Emma because she does magic, but really, in her kingdom she gets the most respect. They don’t seem to care about Eadric and Emma’s love for each other! Then when they do get the blessing why do trolls have to come and ruin it at the very end?! That wasn’t fair [...]

Once again another fantastic story that turns the old fairy tale on its head. In this we meeet the four headed troll queen who has decided that she wants to marry a prince (who happenes to be the bratty younger brother of Eadric), we are re-introduced to Shelton the heroic talking crab and we meet a Banshee who is actually very nice. Despite loving the book on a whole the the one thing that I look forward to is the side story of Li'l the bat and Garrid the vampire who fell in love with her. As a [...]

A fun fantasy fairy tale complete with kings, queens, princes and princesses. There are also witches, giants, dragons, sea monsters, werewolves, castles, caves, knights, a bat, a crab, cockatrices, a singing sword, ghosts, trolls, griffins, a banshee, vampires and fairies. What more could a person want in a fairy tale? Oh yeah, a wedding.I have not read any of the previous books, this is the fourth in the series, but would like to find the first one since most of the reviews claim the ones befor [...]

My favorite character in this book was Bradston because he is smart and knows how to get what he wants. I just don't like his ways of trying to get it. In the text it states "Bradston went to talk to the Green Witch, to handle the 'Emma' situation." He seemed to filled with Malice against Emma. I think it was because Eadric (Braston's brother) was spending more time with Emma than he was with him. I don't think he hated Emma I think he was just jealous of time she was spending with his brother.


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