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Rainbow fairies

Author: Julia Rowe; Eric Kincaid
Publisher: London : Octopus Pub. Group, 2001.
Series: Where do fairies come from?
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Rowe; Eric Kincaid
ISBN: 1858541700 9781858541709
OCLC Number: 49194477
Description: 16 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: The most beautiful flowers always turn to thistledown when the petals fall off. When the flowers are blooming and scenting the countryside with their fragrance, the fairies are in charge of making sure they are looked after. Each day they fly around the flowers whispering to them, telling them how pretty they are and that one day they too will be fairies. But they have to stay as flowers just a little while longer, until they are quite, quite, ready! When the petals fall and the thistledown grows in their place the fairies' job is to tickle and tug the fluffy down until it lets go and floats up into the sky. Some fairy families stay up on the clouds for a long time, because they are very tired after flying so high. Some fairies come down after a short time, as they are too excited to stay away for long. Have you ever wondered how fairies get such beautiful wings? This is the story of the Rainbow fairies ...
Series Title: Where do fairies come from?
Responsibility: [Julia Rowe & Eric Kincaid].

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