4 edition of The Little Phoenix found in the catalog.
The Little Phoenix
June 23, 2000
by Vantage Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
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From the start, she was a stranded Phoenix that was bullied by chickens. Luckily, she met the elegant and distinguished Phoenix King, Zhao Hua Jun. From then on, she entered the realm of the gods and enjoyed the good life where she only needed to open her mouth to be fed. Unknowingly, she saved the Prince of the.
Fenella the phoenix is the absolute best part of this book. The storyline is somewhat interesting but too complicated for younger readers. Not a total waste of time.
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