Bella's Butterfly Ball by Anna Nilsen
  

Bella's Butterfly Ball

Written by Anna Nilsen
Illustrated by Joanne Partis

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The follow-up to the very popular Bella's Midsummer Secret. A lovely story containing everything children would expect from a fairy book. Beautifully illustrated with large flaps to lift and a special pop-up surprise at the end.

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Bella's Butterfly Ball by Anna Nilsen

The Garden Fairies are just putting up the final decorations for the Butterfly Ball, where the butterflies and the fairies dance the night away. The butterflies are due to arrive any minute, but then Bella spots the dreaded Wild Weather fairies in the sky. They've come to ruin the Butterfly Ball! Will Bella know what to do? Can she save the Butterfly Ball?

About the Author

Anna Nilsen (real name Andrea Bassil) is an author, illustrator and devisor of novelty, puzzles and games books, CD-ROMs and jigsaw puzzles. She has now published over fifty titles including Art Fraud Detective and The Great Art Scandal. Andrea lives in Cambridge.

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Format

Paperback
20 pages

Author

Anna Nilsen
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Author's Website

www.annanilsen.com/index.as...

Publisher

Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Anova Books

Publication date

26th January 2012

ISBN

9781843651949

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