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Princess Celestia and the Royal Rescue

By G M Berrow

  • Paperback
  • £4.99

Welcome to Equestria, a world of friendship and magic!

Enjoy reading with all your My Little Pony friends!

When Princess Celestia hears that her friend Diamond Waves is in trouble, she rushes to Monacolt to help her. The beautiful kingdom by the sea is on the brink of disaster and none of the students at the Monacolt Magic Academy can do the spell that will save the city. Can Princess Celestia bring the magic back to Monacolt before it's too late?

This magical My Little Pony adventure comes with bonus coloured activity pages, packed with puzzles, games and more fun!

Perfect to read together or for newly confident readers, these are brand-new adventures full of magic and friendship. Check out the other books in this sparkly series:
Twilight Sparkle and the Crystal Heart Spell
Pinkie Pie and the Rockin' Pony Party
Rainbow Dash and the Daring Do Double Dare
Rarity and the Curious Case of Charity
Applejack and the Secret Diary Switcheroo
Fluttershy and the Furry Friends Fair
Discord and the Ponyville Players
Princess Celestia and the Royal Rescue
Princess Luna and the Winter Moon Festival
Lyra and the Secret Agent Ponies

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781408338315
  • Publication date: 28 Jan 2016
  • Page count: 128
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
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