Barbie and the Three Musketeers (Barbie) (Little Golden Book)

Barbie and the Three Musketeers (Barbie) (Little Golden Book)

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0375854487

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

It’s all for one and one for all in the newest Barbie direct-to-DVD movie!

Young girls will love reading about the new Barbie direct-to-DVD movie, Barbie™ and The Three Musketeers! Adventure awaits as Barbie and her friends set off in an exciting quest to become Musketeers in this fullcolor Little Golden Book based on the new movie.

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happy to meet Corinne—they were the three girls she had splashed, bumped, and knocked over! Luckily, they forgave Corinne, and they all became friends. Meanwhile, preparations for a masquerade ball were under way. The ball was to be a celebration in honor of Prince Louis, who was going to be crowned king. But the prince’s royal advisor, Philippe, had other ideas. Philippe wanted to be king himself, and he was secretly plotting to overthrow the prince. One day, as Prince Louis walked

through the castle’s great hall, the ceiling started to collapse! The four girls sprang into action. Corinne used her duster as a sword to smash the falling stones. Viveca used her towel to crack bricks. Aramina kicked rocks. And Renée used her duster to shatter broken glass. Everyone was saved! Corinne, Viveca, Renée, and Aramina were amazed by each other’s skills. And the girls soon discovered that they shared the dream of becoming a Musketeer! Hélène, an old housekeeper,

overheard the girls and told them to follow her. She led them down a long, dark hall to a secret door. Behind it was the Musketeers’ old training room! “Do you think you can be Musketeers?” Hélène asked. The girls couldn’t wait to start their training! Corinne, Viveca, Aramina, and Renée practiced every day. “People still believe that girls cannot be Musketeers,” said Hélène. “It’s up to you to prove them wrong.” One afternoon, the girls heard someone cry for help. A rope on Prince

Louis’s hot-air balloon had mysteriously been cut—and he was dangling from it dangerously! Wasting no time, Corinne swung out the castle window and helped the prince back into his balloon. “Thank you,” Prince Louis said. He had never met a girl as brave and daring as Corinne. And Corinne had never met anyone as kind and brilliant as the prince. As they floated over Paris together, they began to fall in love. Later that day, Corinne noticed men unloading boxes for the masquerade ball.

Inside were real swords! Corinne tried to warn Philippe and the castle guards that the prince was in danger. But Philippe didn’t listen—and he banished Corinne and her friends from the castle forever. The girls would not let that stop them from protecting Prince Louis! “All for one and one for all!” they cried, joining hands. Viveca designed four costumes. Then Aramina taught everyone how to dance, and Renée sketched a map of the castle. “We can do this!” said Corinne. Corinne,

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