Princess Evie's Ponies: Diamond the Magic Unicorn by Sarah KilBride
  

Synopsis

Princess Evie's Ponies: Diamond the Magic Unicorn by Sarah KilBride

Princess Evie is crazy about her ponies. But Princess Evie's ponies aren't like any other ponies - oh no! Her ponies are magic ponies and, whenever Princess Evie rides them, she is whisked away on a magical adventure in a faraway land ...In this seventh book in the series, Princess Evie and Sparkles, the kitten, find themselves in a magical world of cloud sprites and unicorns! Evie is invited to take part in the Unicorn Games, will Diamond be good enough to win a prize?

About the Author

Sarah KilBride

Sarah Kilbride is a primary school teacher. Previously an actress, she has written several plays for children. She lives in Barry, South Wales, with her husband. Sophie Tilley is a talented new illustrator. She began her career as a writer for IPC magazines. Now she designs and develops a range of children's products - soft toys, character dolls and decorative stationery items. Sophie lives in North Wales with her husband and three children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Sarah KilBride
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Author's Website

sarahkilbride.com/

Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

27th September 2012

ISBN

9780857074416


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