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Legend of the Fire Princess (She-Ra Graphic Novel #1)

Noelle Stevenson   Illustrated by Paulina Ganucheau    and Eva de la Cruz   and Betsy Peterschmidt   

Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338538953 Paperback
128 Pages | 6.015" x 9.015" | Ages 8 & Up

Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338599206 Ebook
128 Pages | Ages 8 & Up

Don't miss the first epic She-Ra and the Princesses of Power graphic novel, based on stories by showrunner Noelle Stevenson!

Even after everything that's happened, the world outside the Horde's walls is still a strange one to Adora. Each day she's learning more about her growing powers as She-Ra, including something new: the ability to heal corrupted runestones. Runestones are the magical source from which princesses like Frosta, Mermista, and Perfuma draw their power, but Glimmer knows of another runestone — one with a dark past. Long ago a fire princess ruled the lands to the west, until her thirst for power corrupted her, and led to the ruin of her kingdom. Glimmer thinks the lost fire runestone could give the Rebellion an edge in the fight against the Horde, but claiming this ancient power won't be easy... especially not when the Horde has their eyes set on the same prize. Don't miss this original graphic novel based on stories by She-Ra showrunner and New York Times bestselling author Noelle Stevenson, with script by Gigi D.G. and art by Paulina Ganucheau!

Raves & reviews:

Praise for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power:

"In rebooting the beloved series, Stevenson has created something special, a cartoon that both honors and improves on the original by amplifying its characters' feelings, and emits equal parts electricity, joy, and warmth. Like its titular hero, She-Ra is so full of heart that it's easy to recognize its humanity, even with all the super-powered hijinks going on." — Vox

"She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is something special. The new Netflix series updates the '80s swordtech cartoon into a heroically right-now parable about empowered women teamworking against terror. The result is a funny-wonderful pop fantasy animated like disco fireworks, fun for kids of all genders and any parents looking for something happy to cry about." — Entertainment Weekly