[[ Read ]] ➪ Amelia Fang and the Unicorns of Glitteropolis Author Laura Ellen Anderson – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Second Book In A Hilarious Illustrated Middle Grade POB Series For Reluctant Readers Starring A Vampire Girl, Amelia Fang Welcome To The World Of Nocturnia, Where Darkness Reigns Supreme, Glitter Is Terrifying, And Unicorns Are The Stuff Of Nightmares Amelia Fang And Her Friends Love Their Dark And Gloomy World Of Nocturnia But When Tangine S Mom, Queen Fairyweather, Goes Missing, They Must Brave The Journey To The Terrifying Kingdom Of The LightWith Fairies And Angel Kittens Lurking Around Every Corner, Who Can They Trust And Will They Finally Uncover The Real Villain Keeping The Kingdoms Of Light And Dark Mortal Enemies Amelia Fang and the Unicorns of Glitteropolis

About the Author: Laura Ellen Anderson

Laura Ellen Anderson is the illustrator of several books for children, as well as the author illustrator of the graphic novel Evil Emperor Penguin Laura Ellen Anderson lives in London.

10 thoughts on “Amelia Fang and the Unicorns of Glitteropolis

  1. says:

    I liked the rainbow train idea I loved the illustrations and how there are drawings on every page A good story on friendship and how friends help friends I enjoyed the humor, especially at the wishing well This book continued where the first book left off Amelia learned that the King s wife and Prince Tangine s mother disappeared in Glitteropolis and have volunteered to help find her along with

  2. says:

    My spoiler free reading vlog of the entire Amelia Fang series was even better than the first Amelia Fang book In Amelia Fang and the Unicorn Lords, we follow our crazily loveable gang as they venture into the SCARIEST PLACE EVER KNOW Glitteropolis They re on a mission to find out what happened to Prince Tangine s missing mother and they stumble upon a huge conspiracy that could change EVERYTHING i

  3. says:

    This follows on from the first book in the Amelia Fang series Amelia Fang and Barbaric Ball This introduced readers Amelia and her family her father, Count Drake the Third, her mother, Countess Frivoleeta, her pet pumpkin, Squashy, and the rest of her household Amelia, and her family, live in Fang Mansion, in Nocturnia, the City in the Kingdom of the Dark, complete with Nocturnia Palace, Rickety Resi

  4. says:

    Amelia is back, and she is going on a quest to the Kingdom of Light to find Tangine s mom Of course she brings her friends and Tangine s dad with her Even after reading I am still very much excited, this book was absolutely fabulous, fun, hilarious, sparkly, pointy, andI had a lot of fun seeing the characters in their well paper thin disguises It amazes me that throughout the book no one noticed that ma

  5. says:

    This review and manycan be found on my blog Feed Your Fiction AddictionIn this second book, Amelia and her friends travel into the terrifying for them Kingdom of Light on a quest to find a very important missing fairy I won t say exactly who because that would be a spoiler for the first book The story in this second book was a lotactive, so I think I enjoyed it eventhan the first There were lots of fun ele

  6. says:

    Another cute one.

  7. says:

    This is an amazing book

  8. says:

    I absolutely loved Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball when it was released last year and I m pleased to say that this sequel was even better Now that Amelia and her friends have discovered that the Creatures of the Light are nothing to be feared, this book has the scope to explore their world, and it s very different to Amelia s home Everything is bright, trains run on rainbows and all the food is full of sugar It s

  9. says:

    The Amelia Fang series is a laugh out loud, fun new middle grade series about a young vampire named Amelia Amelia lives in Nocturnia, home of creatures of the dark She loves hanging with her best friends, Florence a special breed of yeti and Grimaldi a grim reaper in trainer , and adores her pet pumpkin Squashy In book one, Amelia Fang and The Barbaric Ball, Amelia is not excited about attending the traditional Barbar

  10. says:

    I feel like I give too many books 5 stars but I just genuinely love those books that much for all different reasons This one gets 5 stars because of the story, because of the villain How they found out who he was and the truth about their world was amazing, I thought it was really well done Based on the first book, the reveal of the villain and the truth of their world was much darker than I expected given the light, fun

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