Spooky Sleepover by Emma Thomson, Helen Bailey


Spooky Sleepover by Emma Thomson, Helen Bailey

Felicity's sleepover party is a lot of fun, but a little scarier than she expected in these three short stories, perfect for young readers. Story 1 - A noise at night gives the fairies a big fright - Who - or - what - is at the window? Story 2 - Felicity loves cooking - but something always seems to go wrong. Can she make her cakes without mishap, in time for Polly's birthday tea? Story 3 - A trip to the beach ends with a missing fairy - and a special pair of water-wings...


Felicity is the friendliest, most glittery fairy Children's Bookseller Buyer's Guide Perfect for developing readers, these are magical stories that will delight any little girl, as well as being wonderful additions to the Felicity Wishes range. Carlisle News & Star It's pink, it's frothy. it's unashamedly girlie ... most little girls will adore it! An enchanting fairy book ... heaps of feel-good girliness Junior Magazine ... a great delicacy in the artwork and some adult appeal... The Children's Bookseller

About the Author

Emma Thomson is a fine artist with over twelve years' experience of illustrating products for all of the major high street chains and has close links with M&S for whom she has launched two extremely successful merchandise properties in the 1990s! Emma is now co-founder of White Lion Publishing which publishes her cards - in particular the Felicity Wishes range...

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80 pages
Interest Age: 7-9


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Publication date

2nd February 2006



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