Fairies of Blossom Bakery: Plum and the Winter Ball by Mandy Archer
  

Synopsis

Fairies of Blossom Bakery: Plum and the Winter Ball by Mandy Archer

Plum and the fairies of Blossom Bakery are looking forward to Princess Crystal's Winter Ball but who will be crowned the Snow Belle? Plum has been working hard to get better at skating but on the day of the ball it's all going horribly wrong. Will her fairy friends be able to bring some festive cheer? A gorgeous new series about fairies, friendship and baking!

Reviews

We meet fairy friends Cupcake, Sparkle, Button, Butterfly, Cookie and - the star of this book - Plum. It's a lovely feel-good series about friendship, baking and fairies that gives some important life lessons to little readers, such as not underestimating yourself in this story. Madhouse Family Reviews What could be better for little girls than this sparkling series about fairies, friendship and baking with a super recipe to try in every book? Author Mandy Archer's enchanting stories are brought to life by Kirsteen Harris-Jones's warm and endearing illustrations making an addictive mix of fairy magic, special friendships and crumbly cakes

About the Author

Mandy Archer (Author) Mandy Archer's love of words started one Christmas when Santa brought her a typewriter. Wind forward three decades and Mandy's still typing. After training as an editor, she went on to become the Creative Head of Children's Books for BBC Worldwide, nurturing a host of characters including Wallace & Gromit and the Teletubbies. Since then she has devised all kinds of titles for children and teens, ranging from board books for babies through to paperbacks and pop-ups. For the record, she still can't shake her stationery habit. Her prize possession is a rather snazzy electronic pencil sharpener.Kirsteen Harris-Jones (Illustrator) Kirsteen Harris-Jones left school at 16 and attended the North Wales school of art and design. Her career has spanned lots of areas from advertising houses, creative/ graphic design houses and even animation studios. Then, after 20 yrs and a huge semi- break to stay at home and look after my children, she has remained busy as a freelance artist. Her achievements to date are winning the NEWI Caldecott prize, and a highly commended at Macmillan for Gilda's brother.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Mandy Archer
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Publisher

Picture Corgi an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

26th September 2013

ISBN

9780552569026


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