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Adventures in Fairyopolis

Author : Cicely Mary Barker
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A charming anthology of five fairy stories, enhanced with illustrations of each featured fairy in their own special fairy surroundings, including "Lavendar's Mid-Summer Mixup" and "Buttercup and the Fairy Gold." 15,000 first printing.

Fairyopolis

Author : Cicely Mary Barker
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In the form of a journal, Cicely Barker writes about her time spent at her friend's summer house where she thinks she comes across fairies, and she includes artifacts and inserts of tidbits such as postcards, fairy dust, and maps.

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Return to Fairyopolis

Author : Cicely Mary Barker
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In her journal, Dulcie writes about her friendship and correspondence with Cicely Barker about fairies and her own search for the elusive creatures, and includes such tidbits as notes, letters, and a pop-up illustration with sound effects.

Fairyopolis

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Return to Fairyopolis

Author : Justine Swain-Smith
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In this follow up to the hugely successful A Flower Fairies Journal / Fairyopolis, our narrator is Dulcie, the little girl who Cicely befriends in the first book. The year is 1933 and Dulcie, now a young woman aged 15, is living with her family in London. She remembers her childhood encounters with the fairies, but she has not seen them for a long time, and this saddens her greatly. She begins to investigate where the fairies have gone, little knowing that they are all around her as she writes! Her journal details her correspondence and contact with her friend and advisor Cicely, as well as her own thoughts, research and investigation into where the fairies have gone. And at the end of her book, on the eve of her 16th birthday, the fairies allow Dulcie to behold a truly magical sight....

Magical Doors

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"What wonders hide behind the fairy doors? Open them to discover the magical world of Fairyopolis where the fairies play and laugh. But you must be quick because some of the fairies don't wish to be seen just yet!"--Page [4] of cover. Includes sliding and lift-the-flap doors and pop-ups.

Creating Fairy Retreats

Author : Dana Meachen Rau
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Learn how to create beautiful fairy retreats with these fun activities.

Fairy House Handbook

Author : Liza Gardner Walsh
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A fun craft and lore book whose main focus is a step-by-step guide to how to build a fairy house, what tools and materials to use, and many ideas on different details you can add to your fairy house. Also included are bits of fairy lore, fairy dos and don’ts, fairy wisdom, and other fairy crafts and activities. This book will be heavily illustrated with hands on photos of fairy house building, and photos of steps for some of the specific details. Fairy House are spreading beyond the coast of Maine and becoming a fun and popular subject for people around the country. This book will be a very fun hands-on how-to book that will be popular with parents looking for something whimsical and creative to do outdoors. It will also have great pictures, stories, and activities that will capture the imagination of a child. Written for children, or anyone with a child's heart.

Worst Holiday Ever

Author : Kilby Blades
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It's the most wonderful time of the year! OK-scratch that. It's time for another obligatory family gathering. And nothing spices up the egg nog like bringing your partner home. Surely your belligerent brother-in law, your gimlet-eyed granny and your drunken uncle will keep it classy. With forced proximity and alcoholic beverages, what could possibly go wrong?