More Magical Fairy Fun by Gwyneth Rees
  

More Magical Fairy Fun

Written by Gwyneth Rees

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Everything you might ever need to know about fairies is packed into this busy book of fairy fun. Following an introduction to the many different fairies including the suitably named Moonbeam, Buttercup and Queen Eldora, there are pages of activities such as filling in missing words, colouring in by numbers and creating magic spells. Fun on its own and especially fun for all fans of the Fairy books. From the same author as Fairy Secrets, Mum Mystery, Fairy Gold, and Cosmo and The Magic Sneeze.

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Synopsis

More Magical Fairy Fun by Gwyneth Rees

Gwyneth Rees' fairy novels sell in ever-increasing numbers, and once again we have translated all the fun of the fairies into a fantastic spin-off non-fiction book that will entertain Gwyneth's young fans for hours. Packed with fairy quizzes, crosswords, jokes and puzzles of every kind, " More Magical Fairy Fun" brings together everybody's favourite characters from the most recent fairy novels! Features fairy quizzes, crosswords, jokes and puzzles of various kinds.

About the Author

Gwyneth Rees

Gwyneth Rees was born in Leicester in 1968, and moved to Glasgow at the age of six. She studied medicine at Glasgow University and qualified as a doctor in 1990. She now works as a child and adolescent consultant psychiatrist and has lived and worked in various places, including Birmingham and London.

Gwyneth's interest in writing has been constant since her childhood when she was an avid reader of Enid Blyton and wrote her first "book" in an exercise jotter at the age of ten. (It featured four children trying to solve a mystery about sheep rustlers on the Isle of Skye!) As a medical student she went on writing workshops during the holidays, which fuelled her desire to be published.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Gwyneth Rees
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Author's Website

www.gwynethrees.com/

Publisher

Pan Macmillan

Publication date

6th June 2008

ISBN

9780330452021

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