Review for My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Canterlot High: March Radness

Review for My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Canterlot High: March Radness

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Canterlot High: March Radness Danny Djeliosevic , Tony Kuusisto , Christina Rice, Heather Breckel, My Little Pony Girls in Human forms, school, fun, graphic novel, Short stories, sports, children's booksThree fun (plus one bonus) stories about the My Little Pony girls as human girls!

I am not a big My Little Pony fan, but I just couldn’t resist this fun looking graphic novel in which the ponies are girls (of course in their respective colours and with their hair in the colour of their manes). While I don’t know exactly who is who or what is what, I do know some basics + I read some other graphic novels some time ago. So I was ready for the new adventure!

In this graphic novel we have 3 fun stories featuring the girls. From Detention (they are in trouble… but who did get who in trouble and what happened to end up with apple pie in someone’s hair and gerbils everywhere, yes really, gerbils everywhere) to Dashin’ Around (what if you want to meet your favourite author but have agreed to help a friend which led to lots of hilarity as Rainbow Dash is dashing around to get things done) to Getting Seconds (there is a sports event and Rainbow Dash really wants to win… but will she? And what about having fun and the magic of friendship? I really liked this story, it was cute).

And then lastly the girls are back in their pony form! Or well, at least Sunset Shimmer is. About a mirror, about a wish, about too much ambition. And then the ending which made the story even more confusing for me, because wasn’t Sunset Shimmer friends the girls? Is this a prequel story? Something else? The other stories I could follow, but this one just confused me a lot. I did search on Google and apparently Sunset Shimmer was the main antagonist? OK? I guess I should really see if I can watch the show somewhere. Haha.

The art in this one was so much fun, I especially loved the ponies human forms and how they kept lots of characteristics of the ponies but made it work. As I said, with hair, or with skin colour. And from what I remember from earlier reads the personalities are also pretty much on point.

All in all, I am happy I found this book. I was planning to write a short review when I read this one at the start of July but it ended up a bit long, and since my blog is quite full it wasn’t until now that I could get the review up~

Star rating, 3.5 stars

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