Princess Incognito (Book 1): A Royal Pain in the Class
When Princess Sabrina is sent away from her family, the king and queen of Mulakating, she must hide away in a dull, working-class town, living undercover to keep her blue-blooded identity secret.
At the tough neighbourhood school she is now forced to attend, Awful Agatha hates Sabrina on sight and plots to get her kicked out of school. An epic fight results in both getting covered in pigswill and nearly suspended. Awful Agatha is hellbent on revenge and a number of sneakily executed school thefts finally allow her to destroy Sabrina’s life for good. The girls meet in a final, explosive showdown that forces them to realise they both have secrets to keep and are more alike than they would ever admit.
Sabrina definitely has the right skills to survive as a royal, but can she hold her own against Awful Agatha in the most dreadful school in the world?
Neil Humphreys is one of Singapore’s best-selling authors with 27 titles to his name. His works on the country – from Notes from an Even Smaller Island (2001) to Saving a Sexier Island: Notes from an Old Singapore (2015) – are among the most popular titles in the last 20 years. Writing as NJ Humphreys, he is also behind the highly popularPrincess Incognito middle grade children’s’ series. His illustrated Abbie Rose and the Magic Suitcase adventures are funny eco-adventures about a smart, feisty girl on a mission to save endangered animals. He is also a prolific crime fiction writer. His titles include Match Fixer (2010), Premier Leech (2011), Marina Bay Sins (2014), Rich Kill Poor Kill (2016) and Bloody Foreigners (2021).