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Kingdom Keepers II: Disney At Dawn - Summary
... with DHI (Disney Host Interactive, or Daylight Hologram Imaging) day at the Magic Kingdom ... We learn in this book that the characters have begun to be called Kingdom Keepers because of an adopted name given from a local newspaper ... lightning storm, and she flies down the Tinkerbell rope from "Wishes" and flies off to the Animal Kingdom ...
The Kingdom Keepers - Kingdom Keepers Online
... On April 6, 2010, the Kingdom Keepers Online game was launched ... All five main Kingdom Keeper characters are playable, each with different strengths Willa Extremely fast, able to move across the level quickly or outrun enemies ... Leader of the kingdom keepers ...
The Kingdom Keepers - Characters - Additional Characters
... She is supportive of the Kingdom Keepers and helps Finn and the rest many times, bailing Wanda out of jail, solving a cryptogram, providing transportation, and untying a barge in Disney in Shadow ... Dawn Amanda borrows his sister's DS in Kingdom Keepers IIIDisney In Shadow Finn asked where the rat (his nickname for her) is and said she was at Student Council ... In the 4th book Dillard helps Finn and the rest of the Kingdom Keepers on a mission at EPCOT ...
Kingdom Keepers II: Disney At Dawn
... Kingdom Keepers II Disney at Dawn is the second book in The Kingdom Keepers series set inside the Walt Disney World Resort, written by Ridley Pearson and published by Disney Book ... It is set inside Disney's Animal Kingdom ...

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