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Written by Paula Harrison
Part of the The Rescue Princesses SeriesWrite A Review
Glamour and guts are finely blended in this right royal adventure. Princess Emily is a modern day princess – and fiesty to boot. At a gathering of royals she and her new friends, all other young princesses, take a break from their fine dresses and good manners and search for something more fun. Soon the girls are on the trail of whoever is plotting to destroy the deer in Mistberg Forest. It’s a brave mission - and fun, too.
Princess Lizzie is excited about her first Grand Ball, but she'd rather be on the zip wire in the castle grounds than trying on dresses. Her three friends feel the same, so they slip out after dinner. A zip wire in the dark is excellent fun! But things take a serious turn when the girls find a trapped deer in the forest. Who would do such an awful thing, and why?
This is the first book in a sparkling new series for girls who like their princesses feisty! And it's a mash-up: princesses, cute creatures, friendship and page-turning adventure.
Kirsty Stansfield from publisher Nosy Crow says: "This series has something for every girl: there are plenty of tiaras and lovely dresses, but lots of speedboat action and ninja moves, too. And they've even got magic jewels!"
|Publication date:||5th April 2012|
|Publisher:||Nosy Crow Ltd|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
Paula Harrison began inventing stories and writing them down as a child. One of her best was about a magical land inhabited by talking bookworms. After taking an English degree, she became a primary school teacher and is now married with two children. She loves inspiring children's imaginations and believes that day-dreaming can be a really good use of your time (although she hasn't actually said that during a lesson). Over the years, she's shared many different authors' books with children, and now she can't wait to share her own. Paula says: “The beginnings of the idea for ...More About Paula Harrison
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