Rainbow Grey: Battle for the Skies
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The third book in this magical series from best-selling author and illustrator, Laura Ellen Anderson!
Rainbow Grey may be only ten years old but the future of the whole world depends on her! It’s up to Ray to defeat Tornadia Twist – the greatest villain that ever lived . . .
Ray has to figure out what her ultimate magical gift is and use this power to stop Tornadia before she destroys the Weatherlands and Earth. With epic adventures, magic galore and everything at stake, the battle for the skies is ON!
"Laura Ellen Anderson must be one of the brightest rainbows in kidlit. Rainbow Grey is bursting with colour, kindness and heart – just like her creator. An utter joy from start to finish." Maz Evans
“Sparkling new series with a rip-roaring, colour-infused tale of bravery, storm-filled action, kindness and warm-hearted friendships.” Lancashire Post
“A lively story with a fully imagined alternative world, an entertaining collection of characters and a brave heroine.” Books for Keeps
“A fabulously fun read for newly independent readers.” Miss Cleveland is Reading, school librarian and book blogger
“Packed full of action and excitement from the first page all the way through to the last.” The Teacher Bookworm, teacher and book blogger
“Rainbow Grey is funny and smart” Books for Topics
“A true delight" Irish Sunday Independent
“Ray is a glorious combination of confidence, determination and colour that children will admire” Bonkers About Books
“The plot keeps readers reading right to the end, as we see main character Ray finding her inner power (as a Rainbow Weatherling), discovering her own identity and overcoming challenges” What I Read, teacher and book blogger
“The perfect mix of adventure and peril, Laura has created the most sublime and wondrous world which she brings to life through her marvellous illustrations.” Book Lover Jo, school librarian and book blogger
“Perfect for readers transitioning to longer-chapter books.” - Sunday Business Post