Written by Emerald Everhart
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This is the first of five beautiful and enchanting books each starring one Ballerina-in-Training, so take a trip to a miniature magical kingdom, the Kingdom of the Frosty Mountains that’s to be found inside a frosted bottle of perfume and you’ll experience talking animals, lots of ballet and no shortage of friendship, magic and humour. These books are printed on pink paper and with their wonderfully lustrous and glittery covers; they are every girls dream. What more could a young girl want? Once you enter the world of Jessica Juniper, Ursula of the Boughs, Laura Bella, and Valentina de la Frou you’ll never want to leave.
Crystal Coldwater by Emerald Everhart
The friends are delighted when their History of Ballet project is to study Eva Snowdrop, the famous ballerina. But Crys fears her secret will be revealed and she and her fox Pollux run away. Her friends must find them - but where are they?
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