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Diana Princess of Whales-bookcover

By: Austin Conboy

Diana Princess of Whales

Pages: 24 Ratings: 5.0
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Diana, a beautiful and magical narwhal is lost, feeling scared and alone in the polluted ocean when she gets rescued by the great King Blue Whale.

Meet Oli the Orca and Tommy the Turtle and follow Diana’s fun and frolics as she makes friends and gets into all kinds of mischief.

Find out that what makes her unique and often gets her into trouble is the very reason she saves the day.

Austin Conboy lives in Ireland with his beautiful wife and three children, Oz, Poppy and Penny. This is his first children’s book written after many nights spent making up bedtime stories and his children persuading him to “please write them down, Daddy”.

The book is about his love of animals, caring for the environment and making his children proud.

Customer Reviews
3 reviews
3 reviews
  • Stephen Mallaghan

    We loved this book. It ticks all the boxes that little minds look for in a story. The illustrations are beautiful and my son was engaged from the first page. It touches on important themes without being too heavy. We look forward to seeing what adventures await Diana in the future. Two thumbs up from Troy (age 6).

  • Sofia Ozmeral

    It looks awesome and is a great book for kids!

  • Suzanne Flanagan

    Such a heartfelt story about friendship & saving our planet & the illustrations draw you right under that sea. My favourite line...‘sometimes being different is what makes you special’. Lots of children need to hear this. A truly magical book. Looking forward to Diana’s next adventure.

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