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The Kingdom of Puli, Paperback / softback Book


The Kingdom of Puli tells the tale of three generations of the Royal Puli Family.

The Pulies are a highly intelligent species that are dog-like in appearance.

The Kingdom of Puli is a magical place, mystical horses fly across the sky and gladiators perform battles in the Great Arena.

The Royal Family of Puli have magical powers, which are bestowed on them by the highest wizard.

They are only allowed to use their magic for good not evil.

Any Puli caught practicing evil is banished to Togo: a dark horrible swampland on the borders of the Kingdom.

The story begins when the Evil Warlock casts a spell on Prince Ceaser and turns him into an ordinary dog.

Then he locks him in an old chest and transports him to earth.

A little girl called Lilly finds the chest in her garden shed.

Lilly enters in the magical world of adventure and friendship with the Pulies.

This spans over three generations of her family. They accompany the Puli princes on exciting quests to save the kingdom from being destroyed by the Evil Warlock.These dangerous quests send them back in time to the medieval England, the Crimean War and to Togo; as they have to bring back important objects that belonged to famous historical figures; for Wizard Merlin to use in a spell to save the kingdom. The reader will be introduced to all the colourful characters from the Kingdom of Puli; Wizard Merlin, General Hercules, King Brutus, Queen Allegra and many others.

It is an old-fashioned tale of good versus evil that will keep the reader gripped to the story from start to finish.

We allow them into the secret kingdom of Puli that is hidden above the clouds where magic exists.

Open the book and be transported to a faraway kingdom...


  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 137 pages
  • Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9781786297440

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