What Kind of Fairy is Merry Berry by Lindsey Renee Skaife-Flynn
  

What Kind of Fairy is Merry Berry

Written by Lindsey Renee Skaife-Flynn
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Synopsis

What Kind of Fairy is Merry Berry by Lindsey Renee Skaife-Flynn

Merry Berry is a young Lulabelle who lives in magical Lulaland. All little Lulabellez dream of becoming fairies, but first they have to earn their fairy wings! After meeting three inspiring fairies, Merry Berry discovers that she can become a fairy--and fill her world with sparkles--by brightening others' days in her own special way. For Merry Berry, this means sharing her special cupcake creations--and becoming Merry Berry, the Cupcake Fairy!

About the Author

Lindsey Renee Skaife-Flynn Lindsey Renee Skaife-Flynn is a costume and doll designer who designed all sorts of fairy, ballerina, and princess costumes for major brands (like Disney Princess). She put those three popular girl costumes together to create the Lulabellez!

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
36 pages

Author

Lindsey Renee Skaife-Flynn
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

1st February 2011

ISBN

9780811876858


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