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True and the Rainbow Kingdom: True's Birthday Party Spiral-Bound | July 13, 2021

Robin Bright (Adapted by), Guru Animation Studio Ltd (Illustrated by)

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CELEBRATE TRUE'S SPECIAL DAY!

Bartleby the Cat plans a special birthday for his best friend True, but things don't go exactly as planned! True’s friends work hard to prepare the celebration, especially Grizelda, whose overconfident enthusiasm leads to trouble in the RainbowKingdom. Will True and Bartleby be able to save the day? Find out in this fun, colorful and whimsical book.

  • True and the Rainbow Kingdom Birthday kit includes invitations, cake decorations, and a birthday badge!
  • True and the Rainbow Kingdom books are drawn from the popular animated series.

About True and the Rainbow Kingdom:

True is a fearless eight-year-old who helps the whimsical citizens of the Rainbow Kingdom alongside her best friend, Bartleby the Cat. When something goes awry in the Kingdom, True is the only one with the ability to wake the powers of the Magical Wishes of the Wishing Tree. She keeps the citizens safe and empower those around her with imagination, empathy, and mindfulness.

True and the Rainbow Kingdom books are based on the top-rated American-Canadian animated children's web series produced for Netflix by Home Plate Entertainment, in collaboration with American artist duo FriendsWithYou, and Pharrell Williams' I Am Other. It is based on the artwork by FriendsWithYou.

Publisher: Ingram Publisher Services
Original Binding: Paperback Picture Book
Pages: 24 pages
ISBN-10: 2898023086
Item Weight: 0.8 lbs
Dimensions: 8.0 x 0.37 x 8.0 inches
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SERIES REVIEW FROM COMMON SENSE MEDIA FIVE-STARS COMMON SENSE SEAL:  
Parents need to know that True and the Rainbow Kingdom is an animated series whose main character helps her friends solve their problems with a combination of magic and old-fashioned determination. The show is rich in positive examples of compassion, empathy, and kindness, made even more obvious in contrast to the actions of True's self-absorbed friend, Grizelda. The stories are less simplistic than many others geared toward the preschool set, and viewers will notice that the characters' efforts often don't achieve the desired result on the first (or even second) try, requiring patience and perseverance to prevail. Vibrant animation, whimsical characters, and wonderful music round out this endearing series. —commonsensemedia.org