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An original and fully interactive storybook concept that makes reading fun and creative for children. Travel along the story path and discover an enchanted world where fairy princesses battle with monsters from the deep and vampire cats zoom through the galaxy on silver unicorns. This innovative twist on the classic quest tale allows young readers to choose their own characters, settings and plots at every turn. With a simple, easy-to-follow structure and bold, quirky imagery by award-winning illustrator Madalena Matoso, this is an imaginative storytelling experience for children of all ages.
Who will you meet? Where will you go? What will you do next? It’s all up to you…
3-6 years, 6-10 years
Activity and creativity books, Picture books
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