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Product description

Princesses, aliens and chocolate! A yummy laugh-out-loud treat. Say hello to Princess Spaghetti: a little girl with a very tasty name. Even better, her father is called King Cupcake. How scrummy is that? But now King Cupcake is in trouble! He’s been captured by hungry aliens who want to gobble him up. Maybe they think he really is a cake. Oh dear! So Princess Spaghetti blasts off into space to show those naughty aliens who’s boss. How can she stop them eating people? Psst: that’s a funny secret. (But it might involve chocolate. Om nom.)

  • Sparkly foiled new edition of this bestselling favourite
  • A deliciously chocolatey intergalactic adventure
  • Fun-filled artwork by top illustrator Sarah McIntyre
  • “A bright and bouncy adventure” – Daily Mail

Product Details







Date published

June 2nd, 2016

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 3.2; Lower years; 0.5 points

Other details
  • 32 pages


UK edition


Sarah McIntyre

122261 sarah mcintyre 1 1118899



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    on 13 March 2017

    when it is princess spagetti’s party she finds out that her father king cupcake has been kidnapped by aliens.she goes to space in the royal rocket to rescue him. then she invites the aliens to her party for chocolate for the first time in their alien lives.

    i found this book very boring because it was too short and was not really my ting in the end.