Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Ice Swans

Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Ice Swans➹ [Download] ➵ Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Ice Swans By Anne Booth ➼ – Heartforum.co.uk To the Keeper of this Book it s time for you to visit the magical Kingdom waiting within Believe in yourself that will give you wings to fly When Maya receives a special colouring book The Magical Kin To the Keeper of this Book of Birds: MOBI ☆ it s time for you to visit the magical Kingdom waiting within Believe in yourself that will give you wings to fly When Maya receives a special Magical Kingdom MOBI :Ä colouring book The Magical Kingdom of Birds she is transported to a beautiful realm filled with magnificent birds and their fairy friends But the Kingdom is in trouble, wicked Lord Astor has frozen the Kingdom of Birds: PDF ↠ Diamond Lake and turned its beautiful swans into ice statues Can Maya, with the help of her friends Willow and Patch, break the enchantment and save the day Packed with beautiful illustrations, information on the real birds that inspired the story, and a special colouring page.

Anne Booth always wanted to be of Birds: MOBI ☆ a children s writer, but has also cleared tables in a restaurant, sold books, been a tour guide at a haunted medieval hospital, taught English in Italy, Magical Kingdom MOBI :Ä and organized arts and crafts in a nursing home, among other things Anne Booth lives in Kent, England, with her husband, four children, two hens, and two dogs.

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Ice Swans
  • Anne Booth
  • 17 April 2018
  • 0192766236

10 thoughts on “Magical Kingdom of Birds: The Ice Swans

  1. Book Gannet says:

    This is such a cute series that s perfect for animal loving readers, particularly young girls with an interest in birds It s also brilliant for having a disabled heroine and a black fairy princess Not to mention a great magpie sidekick and lots of cute cygnets to keep everything adorable Throw in the colouring page at the start and the fun swan facts and activities at the back and this book becomesthan just a story.The story itself is pretty straightforward with very little mystery for This is such a cute series that s perfect for animal loving readers, particularly young girls with an interest in birds It s also brilliant for having a disabled heroine and a black fairy princess Not to mention a great magpie sidekick and lots of cute cygnets to keep everything adorable Throw in the colouring page at the start and the fun swan facts and activities at the back and this book becomesthan just a story.The story itself is pretty straightforward with very little mystery for Maya to solve, thanks to the magical book, but there is a bit of peril to be had and courage to be shown I love how often Maya s walking sticks are portrayed positively instead of just being a symbol of her disability, and how important friendship is when it comes to being brave.Rosie Butcher s illustrations are gorgeous, adding to the magic, and I was so happy to see Maya s walking sticks included in some of the pictures this time I m even happier to see that they ll be on the cover for the next book In all this is a charming, magical addition to the series that young readers are sure to enjoy Review copy provided by the publisher viaVine

  2. Tim Roast says:

    Lord Astor, Princess Willow s evil uncle, had stolen the kingdom from her and destroyed the magic feather cloak which gave her power Patch a magpie and Willow had told Maya that there was an ancient prophecy, that a girl would come from the human world to save Kingdom of Birds from danger She would be the keeper of an enchanted book, and ride on the back of a magpie This adventure follows Maya a girl with mobility problems because of her legs, and who is also missing her big sister who Lord Astor, Princess Willow s evil uncle, had stolen the kingdom from her and destroyed the magic feather cloak which gave her power Patch a magpie and Willow had told Maya that there was an ancient prophecy, that a girl would come from the human world to save Kingdom of Birds from danger She would be the keeper of an enchanted book, and ride on the back of a magpie This adventure follows Maya a girl with mobility problems because of her legs, and who is also missing her big sister who has gone to university The story begins with her step mum Penny trying to get her to go ice skating However Maya is scared that she ll not be able to do it and will be falling over, especially given her problems with her legs, and people will be laughing at her She longs for her magical book to allow her to go back to the Kingdom of birds, a magical fairyland place where there are giant birds she can ride She had already had one adventure in the kingdom and she knew there werewaiting for her, but she couldn t go back unless the book showed her a magic picture to colour in I need to get back to help Princess Willow regain her kingdom And then it happens, a picture of a lake Swan Lake appears, with an ice castle and swan sculptures No sooner has she started colouring and you can colour it in too with a picture on the inside cover she is in the magic kingdom where there is trouble Lord Astor has built a secret magical ice tower and plans to somehow turn the whole kingdom to ice unless he is accepted as king It is down to Maya, Patch, Willow and a cast of birds to save the day Then at the end there is an emotional payoff as Maya and her step mum have a touching moment as Maya agrees to try ice skating after all.This is a great story There are plenty of pictures along the way too, including plenty of various birds e.g eagles, goldcrests, wrens, albeit they are in black and white The story suits newly confident readers and is aimed at those who like the Rainbow Magic Fairy books After the story there are some pages with facts about swans and a couple of activities to do how to make an origami swan and how to make some swan fairy cakes This is the first book I ve read in the series so I m not sure if they get a bit generic theof them you read but this one as a standalone is great

  3. Eve beinguniquebooks says:

    Maya has a magical book which can transport her to The Magical Kingdom Of Birds Here she helps Princess Willow this time save the swans who keep being frozen by Lord Astor and only Maya can stop him with the help of her friends.I liked how the book had cute illustrations of cygnets and swans as well as a colouring page thrown in too to make the magical book effectreal I also was happy to read that the protagonist, Maya had mobility issues as we rarely see disability repped in general chi Maya has a magical book which can transport her to The Magical Kingdom Of Birds Here she helps Princess Willow this time save the swans who keep being frozen by Lord Astor and only Maya can stop him with the help of her friends.I liked how the book had cute illustrations of cygnets and swans as well as a colouring page thrown in too to make the magical book effectreal I also was happy to read that the protagonist, Maya had mobility issues as we rarely see disability repped in general children s fiction books and this encourages children to think that disability isn t something out of the ordinary A fabulous quick read adventure

  4. Lilyfae says:

    This Kingdom of Birds series is a gorgeous younger reader series from Anne Booth creator of the gorgeous Christmassy Lucy Magic Snowglobe series and has fast become a much loved series with both my daughters This series is a quest based narrative where Maya our human protagonist is pulled into the Magical Kingdom when she colours in an enchanted book Maya and her friends must battle the nasty Lord Astor who has seized control of the lands and Maya must do kind and brave deeds to earn feathers This Kingdom of Birds series is a gorgeous younger reader series from Anne Booth creator of the gorgeous Christmassy Lucy Magic Snowglobe series and has fast become a much loved series with both my daughters This series is a quest based narrative where Maya our human protagonist is pulled into the Magical Kingdom when she colours in an enchanted book Maya and her friends must battle the nasty Lord Astor who has seized control of the lands and Maya must do kind and brave deeds to earn feathers from each kind of bird to rebuild a magical cloak to help Princess Willow regain her birthright.In this story Lord Astor has put the land into an eternal Winter and only Maya and her friends can unfreeze their beloved kingdom by travelling to Swan Lake and galvanises Maya into action and promotes her resilience and grit in the face of trouble However, the warmth and gentle nature of Booth s writing is a comforting familiar and shines through, as does the quietly educational non fiction elements scattered through the plot with details about different birds and a fact file at the end.I love the fact that Maya is living with a physical disability and yet is able to be the star of these books and finds ways to achieve her goals and save the day by quick thinking and adaptation rather than being defined by her disability I highly recommend these books to children aged 5 9 who love magic and fairies as they are beautiful young reader stories and have beautiful illustrations throughout by Rosie Butcher We look forward toin this series

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