September 8, 2013

Rescue Princesses: The Stolen Crystals

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Rescue Princesses: The Stolen Crystals book coverRescue Princesses: The Stolen Crystals

Wonder what happens to Princess Jaminta and her panda cub after the story ends? Read on to find out how they found one another again!

Class Trip to Cloud Mountain

I was so happy when our teacher told us we were going on a trip up Cloud Mountain today. We’re going to study the different animals that live there. I knew who I was going to look for—Lucky, the baby panda!

When we got to the mountain, we walked up the mountain in pairs. I was the near the back, chatting with my friends. We all jumped as a bamboo tree right next to us started to shake. The teacher hurried over and we saw a large panda sitting under the tree, chewing on bamboo.

After a few minutes, the big panda lumbered away. We were just about to continue climbing up the mountain. Then something amazing happened—Lucky came galloping through the trees. He skipped right up to me and I knelt down to let him sniff my hand. He’s such a friendly little guy!

As I pet Lucky, I told my class all about him and how I’d been watching him grow up since the springtime. They think it’s awesome that I know him so well. They joked that I should be the one called Lucky! At last it was time to go back to school. I stroked Lucky’s soft ears as I said goodbye. I’ll go back up the mountainside to see him really soon!

Want to meet the other Rescue Princesses and their pets? Meet Lulu from The Moonlight Mystery, Clarabel from The Wishing Pearl, and Emily from The Secret Promise.

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  1. LS

    The cover looks good. I would read it but it looks like a book i would have read in 2nd grade. I would like to read it but I cant read that type of book they just don’t make me want to read more. I used to like fantasy now i only like realistic fiction. :) :0

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  2. venusmystery7

    sounds pretty good not my type but i am ready to read any book i can read. it is getting pretty boring at home sitting on MY computer playing stuff. I need my books.Literally,I NEED MY BOOKS!

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