Rainbow Magic - Series 1 Colour Fairies Collection 7 Books Set (Books 1 To 7)

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Rainbow Magic - Series 1 Colour Fairies Collection 7 Books Set (Books 1 To 7)

Rainbow Magic - Series 1 Colour Fairies Collection 7 Books Set (Books 1 To 7)

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Get the set for your child and allow them to join the fairies and their friends on their magical adventures. Featuring a fascinating introduction by Val McDermid and new illustrations by Juan Esteban Rodríguez, each copy has been signed by both the introducer and the illustrator. Beautifully illustrated, this fairy story is filled with interactive elements including pop-ups and lift-the-flaps. Shakespeare and the fey collide when a half-human girl named Meghan Chase discovers she’s the daughter of Oberon, the king of the Seelie Court. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).

Includes: The Shifty Lad; The False Prince and the True; The Jogi’s Punishment; The Heart of a Monkey; The Fairy Nurse; A Lost Paradise; How Brave Walter Hunted Wolves; The King of the Waterfalls; A French Puck; The Three Crowns; The Story of a Very Bad Boy; The Brown Bear of Norway; Little Lasse; ‘Moti’; The Enchanted Deer; A Fish Story; The Wonderful Tune; The Rich Brother and the Poor Brother; The One-Handed Girl; The Bones of Djulung; The Sea King’s Gift; The Raspberry Worm; The Stones of Plouhinec; The Castle of Kerglas; The Battle of the Birds; The Lady of the Fountain; The Four Gifts; The Groac’h of the Isle of Lok; The Escape of the Mouse; The Believing Husbands; The Hoodie-Crow; The Brownie of the Lake; The Winning of Olwen. A Natural History of Fairies by Emily Hawkins is an enchantingly illustrated natural history of fairies, compiled in the 1920s by the botanist Professor Elsie Arbour for her niece, and is filled with colourful sketches and precise notes detailing the secret life of fairies and their important role in the natural world. Here, Catherine Rhoeas-Papaver chafes at the restrictive nature of Nether society, which styles itself after Victorian England. His How To See Fairies was published by Folio in 2018 and the first printing sold out in a matter of weeks.

With simpler text than the Rainbow Magic book series and fun illustrations, the Mirabelle series is most likely to appeal to those beginning readers who like to enjoy Rainbow Magic read by the adult reader in their life.

This enchantingly illustrated edition of Andersen's classic fairy tales has been described among Whistler's finest productions. Jack Frost has promised not to trouble the Rainbow Fairies again, but he didn't say anything about the weather fairies! The world of the Flower Fairies is captured in the book’s charming poems and delicate illustrations.While the Rainbow Magic book series offered a gentle introduction into the world of chapter books, I was secretly relieved when my own children finally moved on from them. Toss together a younger brother stolen away by faeries, a best friend who’s actually Puck in disguise, a romance with the prince of the Unseelie Court, and powers that make her a point of contention between the Seelie and Unseelie Courts, and Meghan has a lot of trouble on her hands.

Folio commissioned Hokyoung Kim for the artwork, while the late author’s wife, Wendy Benchley, provides a fascinating new introduction. They each also have a very special job to do in these sweet stories that are sure to resonate with young fairy lovers. While this series of magical stories of friendship are somewhat captivating for 5-8 year olds, I found them a little too repetitive and formulaic to be overly enjoyable…at least as an adult!A contemporary review in The Bookman notes, "here we see some of [Rackham's] most delightful and characteristic work - wizened old women, gnarled old trees which assume all manner of grotesque expressions, quaint, vivacious mice, beetles, etc. Bought this set for my 5 year old reception class daughter after she became hooked when she borrowed the first book from the library. Dig into faerie lore and you might run into a mention or two of music—namely the power of a faerie song, and the Fae’s tendency to imprison musicians.

Featuring extraordinary illustrations by Clive Hicks-Jenkins and an exclusive introduction by Janina Ramirez, each of the 750 numbered copies has been signed by both contributors. Rachel and Kirsty are delighted when Coral the Reef Fairy takes them on a magical underwater journey! She is six years old and not an especially advanced reader, and they seem to be at about the right level for her. Seamus Heaney’s deeply felt interpretation, widely acknowledged as the greatest Beowulf translation of modern times, is presented in parallel with the Old English verse in this fabulous Folio edition.

Kirsty and Rachel are preparing for a midnight feast at Camp Stargaze, but everything's going wrong! If a refund is payable to you we will process the refund as soon as possible, and, in any case within fourteen (14) days.



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