The Pegasus Quest (The Kingdom of Wrenly)
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In the tenth fantastical adventure of The Kingdom of Wrenly series, Prince Lucas and Clara must rescue a young Pegasus.
When a shooting star streaks across the night sky, Prince Lucas makes a wish for an epic adventure. Little did he know it would come true! As Lucas and Clara set out to investigate some mysterious happenings in Wrenly, they find a Pegasus that is lost and in danger. Will the two friends be able to help the mystical creature find its way back home to a floating castle high above in the clouds?
With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Kingdom of Wrenly chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
Sea of Wrenly. But this was no ordinary moon. It was a blue moon—something so rare it is said to happen only once in a lifetime. All the owls in the kingdom flocked together and sang once in a blue moon. Lucas and Clara waited and listened for the owl song. Ruskin yawned, stretched, and curled up near the children. The young scarlet dragon had no interest in singing owls. He shut his eyes and sighed peacefully. “Look at that enormous blue cloud,” said Clara, pointing. Lucas tilted his head
reached the troll, the stranger had already disappeared into the woods. “What did that person want?” Lucas asked as he caught his breath. Grumblesnout raised his bushy white eyebrows and shook his head. “Nothing, really,” he said. “Just asked if I saw a shooting star last night.” Lucas and Clara glanced at each other. They were both thinking the same thing. Maybe the shooting star and that stranger have something to do with the missing enderberries! “Let’s go!” Lucas cried. “Thank you,
blueberry muffins and milk. As they ate, they listened to Mr. Gills wait on a customer. “Those are nice-looking horses you’ve got out there,” said the customer, referring to Scallop and Ivan. “One belongs to my daughter, Clara,” Mr. Gills said proudly. “And the other to Prince Lucas.” The customer nodded and smiled. “Speaking of horses,” he went on, “I saw a very unusual one on the mainland yesterday. A white stallion stood in the foothills in the early-morning fog. It looked like a ghost
enclosed stall. “Well, I’d better be going before my parents get worried,” Clara said. “I’ll come back first thing in the morning.” Ruskin squawked. “Shhh!” scolded Lucas. Clara kneeled down and hugged Ruskin. “I’ll see you in the morning too,” she whispered. The dragon crooned happily and curled up on the straw beside the pegasus. “Looks like Ruskin wants to stay the night,” said Clara. “Good thinking, Ruskin,” Lucas said, patting his dragon on the head. “You can keep the pegasus
mysterious,” he said darkly. “You see, most creatures don’t like the taste of enderberries. They are incredibly bitter and sour. But we trolls love them—though we can only eat a handful without sugar.” Lucas nodded. “Do you mind if we help look for clues?” “Of course not,” Grumblesnout said. “We need all the help we can get.” So Lucas and Clara began to look for animal tracks in and around the berryless bushes. Ruskin followed behind, sniffing the ground for unusual scents. But they found