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Summary

Think of Alfea as your new home…

It’s spring, and Headmistress Dowling is organizing an orientation day for the students coming to Alfea next year. Stella volunteers to head the committee to welcome the new students, and she insists that her boyfriend, Sky, help out. But Sky is preoccupied with the bad behavior of his moody roommate, Riven.

Incoming students Aisha, Musa, and Terra are nervous about orientation day. Aisha is eager to prove that she can hold her own among the magical talents at Alfea… but Musa isn’t so sure the school is the right place for her. As for Terra, all she wants is to make friends with the other first years.

Meanwhile, Headmistress Dowling has a lead on a fairy living in the human world. This young girl, Bloom, has no idea of what lies before her… but her previously unknown powers are about to be put to the test.

This prequel is an all-new story not seen on the hit Netflix series!

©2021 Fate: The Winx Saga copyright 2021 by Rainbow S.p.A. Text copyright 2021 by Netflix. (P)2021 Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • 17-08-22

being a pre book the story was boring

being a pre book I thought that the story of Ricky would be explained in detail. the story of Bloom was basically left out. this book was a waste of good time

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