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The golden flower

Author: Eleanor Coombe; Andrew Smith
Publisher: Sydney : Hachette Livre, 2008.
Series: Faraway fairies, 10.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Astara the Fairy Queen is concerned for her friends the Asrai river fairies. She has gone to visit them in the Diamond River, as she does every mid-winter's night, to have a special dinner and to receive a special gift for her hardest-working fairy, to find they are sick. Ziel, the beautiful Asrai Princess, is weak, the fish arent eating and the ducks have flown away. Even the diamonds have gone missing. Something  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eleanor Coombe; Andrew Smith
ISBN: 9780734410511 0734410514
OCLC Number: 262538757
Target Audience: For children.
Description: 1 volume.
Series Title: Faraway fairies, 10.
Responsibility: Eleanor Coombe ; illustrations by Andrew Smith.

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"Astara the Fairy Queen is concerned for her friends the Asrai river fairies. She has gone to visit them in the Diamond River, as she does every mid-winter's night, to have a special dinner and to receive a special gift for her hardest-working fairy, to find they are sick. Ziel, the beautiful Asrai Princess, is weak, the fish arent eating and the ducks have flown away. Even the diamonds have gone missing. Something is causing the river to be polluted and poisoned, and not even Edens healing cup can help. The fairies soon discover that Garton has been chopping down young green trees in the forest to make his tunnels warm, causing smoke and pollution, and also melting the glaciers where the hobyahs live. The treasure-hungry goblin has also started a mine and taken the wonderful diamonds at the head of the Diamond River."--Provided by publisher.

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