Fiction Books Island of Magical Creatures (19)

Island of Magical Creatures (19)

Island of Magical Creatures (19)
Item No. 29638
ISBN-13 978-1-338-29843-7
Format Book Farm Bound
Subject Fiction Chapter Books She-Ra Heroes Mythical Creatures Princesses
# of Pages 128
Size 5 1/2" x 7 3/4"
Author West, Tracey
Reading Interest 2,3,4,5
Series She-Ra and the Princess of Power
Publisher Scholastic
Date Published 2019
 
$17.95
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Description

The iconic heroine She-Ra is back! An all-new original chapter book set in the world of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix.

Her mission is to protect Etheria. But she can't do it alone. After the battle of Bright Moon, the Horde army has retreated. But Adora knows they'll soon be back. Now the Princess Council is searching for a way to make the Rebellion stronger. Then they discover a First Ones mural that shows an island full of animals with magical powers. Are these magical creatures real? and will they help the Rebellion? Adora and her friends set out on a quest to investigate. But they aren't the only ones on Etheria looking to strengthen their cause . . .

Fans of the Princess of Power will be thrilled with this original story set in the world of the She-Ra series from Dreamworks on Netflix! With illustrations throughout, and packed full of humor, magic, and friendship, these chapter books are the perfect way for a whole new generation of She-Ra fans to get to know the Princess of Power and her band of heroic friends!

"She-Ra and the Princesses of Power lets kids know that they can be anything they can dream of being... A love of reading begins by recognizing yourself and your endless possibilities through a character in a book, so I hope kids will see themselves in She-Ra, Glimmer, and Bow, and be inspired to find their own superpower within." -- Noelle Stevenson, Executive Producer, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power


Praise for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power on Netflix:

"The new Netflix series updates the '80s swordtech cartoon into a heroically right-now parable about empowered women teamworking against terror. The result is a funny-wonderful pop fantasy animated like disco fireworks, fun for kids of all genders and any parents looking for something happy to cry about." -- Entertainment Weekly