The Rescue Princesses #4: The Stolen Crystals

by Paula Harrison (author)

Suitable for 7 - 9 years

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Product description

Friendship, animals and secret royal adventures! With over one million Rescue Princesses titles sold, this action-packed series is the perfect combination of good friends, beautiful dresses, ninja moves and baby animals!

The Rescue Princesses are having such fun staying with Jaminta! The Kingdom of Onica is amazing, with its Crystal Mountain and the tiny baby panda who lives there… But someone is out to steal the famous Onica Crystals – someone who won’t let the baby panda stand in their way. Can the Rescue Princesses find the crystals first and keep the baby panda safe from the thieves?

From Paula Harrison, author of the Kitty and the Moonlight Rescue series. With short chapters and beautifully illustrated throughout, the Rescue Princesses series is perfect for readers aged seven and up. Related activity sheets are available on the Nosy Crow website.

Check out the other titles in this series: The Secret Promise, The Wishing Pearl, The Moonlight Mystery and many more!

Product Details

Series

The Rescue Princesses (book 4)

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780857631169

Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Date published

October 4th, 2012

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.4; Lower years; 2.0 points

Condition

New

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What kids think

  1. messi286
    on 17 February 2015

    i think this book is very good

  2. lulillyno
    on 4 November 2014

    this book is great. i know Earl Scrant was fishy when i heard what he said to Ally Emily’s Maid. especially when the girls were under the table and he was talking about going up the mountains that was weird and what he did to lucky was selfish by the way lucky is the baby panda cub.

    i highly recommend this book.

  3. aju
    on 9 August 2013

    pretty good it’s awsome

  4. Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 18 July 2013

    The book was about Princess Jaminta, Emily, Clarabel and Lulu and how they find the heart crystals.

    It was Jaminta’s grandfathers’ birthday and she wanted to make the best birthday present so she found lots of little bits of crystal and stuck them together, she put them in the river in the morning and magic happened.

    My favourite part was when they found the heart crystals. My favourite character was Jaminta because she cares about the little cub that she looked after in the forest.

    I loved the story it’s great for girls.

    Stephanie, aged 8

    5out of 5