Talullah The Tuesday Fairy by Daisy Meadows

Talullah The Tuesday Fairy

Written by Daisy Meadows
Part of the Rainbow Magic Series

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An absolutely delightful series to get all young girls hooked on reading. And to celebrate Rainbow Magic Day on Saturday 2nd September, we’ve got 3 sets of Rainbow Magic: The Fun Day Fairies goody bags to give away, courtesy of Orchard Books. Each goody bag contains all seven books in the new series, plus some exclusive Rainbow Magic treats!

The Rainbow Magic series has seven titles in total

Megan the Monday Fairy Talullah the Tuesday Fairy Willow the Wednesday Fairy Thea the Thursday Fairy Freya the Friday Fairy Sienna the Saturday Fairy Sarah the Sunday Fairy


Talullah The Tuesday Fairy by Daisy Meadows

Nasty Jack Frost is back again, this time stealing the Fun Day flags, and now everyone is quite miserable, as the Fun Day Fairies can’t do their job of making each day fun! But once Jack Frost had the flags in his ice castle, the goblins started having fun instead, so he summoned a strong breeze to carry the stolen flags into the human world. Rachel and Kirsty offer to help the Megan the Monday Fairy, Talullah the Tuesday Fairy, Willow the Wednesday Fairy, Thea the Thursday Fairy, Freya the Friday Fairy, Sienna the Saturday Fairy and Sarah the Sunday Fairy retrieve all the flags, and make sure there is fun every day of the week!

About the Author

Daisy Meadows

One of the World Book Day 2015 Authors Daisy Meadows is the pseudonym used by Working Partners, the creators of Rainbow Magic and other successful series like Animal Ark.

Georgie Ripper is a talented young illustrator who won the Macmillan prize for illustration.

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80 pages


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The Watts Publishing Group

Publication date

2nd September 2006




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