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The King of Rainbows - The Seven Rainbow Superstars #1 - cover

The King of Rainbows - The Seven Rainbow Superstars #1

Tori Joel

Publisher: Tori Joel

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Summary

If you travel far enough from Earth, you'll come across a planet unlike anything you've ever seen: Planet Ziv. There lies the spectacular Kingdom of Rainbows -- with amazing waterfalls, radiant rainbows, and colorful creatures! Their leader, King Lemuel, possesses supreme rainbow-making power, and he makes rainbows for his own people as well as coming to Earth to make rainbows occasionally. 
While all on Ziv enjoy their lively and bright days, King Lemuel has a dilemma....  
This is an entertaining book with illustrations for children ages 6-10 years, and for the family as a whole. "The King of Rainbows" is the first book in this series.

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