Pegasus Princesses Volume 5: Ruby Princess of Humbleness (Paperback)
After a beauty competition, Ruby tries to get back at one of the contestants and slowly begins to lose her powerful gift. The Pegasus Princesses is a Christian-based book series based off of verses from the Bible and told through interesting parables for kids and adults alike. Keep a lookout for other titles in this series www.anchristiancomics.com Visit our website for the "Pegasus Princesses Deluxe Book Package". Suggested Ages: 6+
Arielle Namenyi (born the 1 of August 1990) is an American writer and artist, working freelance and also owning a line of Christian graphic novels and books including, The Pony Express (2014), graphic novel, and The Pegasus Princesses (2017) book series. Frequently described as one of the best Christian childrens book writers, she has been called "one of the best artists in America". Namenyi started writing books for children at a young age, and published her first comic book in 2007, Aussietracks: Daniel Dingo and the Case of the Stolen Fish (2007). Since then she has been illustrating for a number of books and took part in many art projects, including (but not limited to) product art, business art, event/promotional art, portraits, book illustrations, logo/graphic designs, character designs, storyboard animation, video editing, photo editing, etc. Her art is featured in school textbooks in Belgium, was writing for a church newsletter for the Apostolic Christian Church Messenger, and currently creates comics and graphics for the "Seed Sower" magazine. Namenyi is a Christian and currently creates books under the "A.N. Christian Comics" series that artistically tells analogical stories that have been inspired by verses from the Bible. "The Pony Express" is her first book in the "A.N. Christian Comics" graphic novel line, and with her first book series being "The Pegasus Princesses", but she also offers free books and other material on her website, http: //www.anchristiancomics.com/. Namenyi currently lives in San Diego, California, along with her husband Norbert Namenyi and their children.