My Magical Friends: Unicorn Rescue by Amy Edgar (author) and Jomike Tejido (illustrator)

Suitable for 5 - 6 years

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Product description

What would you say if you could chat to a unicorn? If you’re not sure, that’s okay. It’s hardly an everyday thing, after all. Well – unless you find a magical bracelet, like lucky Shelby. It’s whisked her into an enchanted forest – and now she can talk to unicorns! It’s amazing just to see them. It’s even more perfect to talk to them. And being whisked off on a magical mission is the icing on the cake. That’s right: Shelby is off on her first unicorn rescue! Quick – come and ride along!

  • A magical colour reader full of magic and mystery
  • The perfect short story to boost solo reading skills
  • Part of a charming series to hook kids into reading
  • Level 2 reader with more vocabulary and longer text

Product Details

Catalogue number

124 in UK Teen September 2023


My Magical Friends





Date published

January 3rd, 2019

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  • 76 pages



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  1. Jené Webb
    on 16 September 2019

    My heartbroken daughter

    My daughter got this book from book fair and it came with a charm bracelet. We have a rule in this house that no book prize can be opened until the book has been read. Well she finished that book and loved the story and proudly wore her bracelet and told everyone it’s story. But then, she placed it on the bathroom counter and it was knocked into the sink and went down the drain. She cried so hard it broke my heart and I have been searching for a replacement.

    5out of 5

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