The Fairy in the Kettle

The Fairy in the Kettle

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Perfect for pre-school and primary school children, The Fairy in the Kettle takes children on a magical journey to the heart of Bramble Glen, a beautiful fairy village, where protagonist, Leona and all her friends live. Leona knows she is very lucky, she has wonderful friends and family and lives in a beautiful old round cast-iron kettle, a place filled with adventurous fun. Leona fills her days with dancing, listening to music and decorating her kettle. However, how will Leona and friends cope on one particular wild and stormy evening when the fairy village turns into a nightmare...? Leona and her fairy friends are blissfully unaware of the dangers outside as the wind and rain lashes against the windows. Is this just a usual storm or are all the villagers actually in grave danger? Leona and her friends will soon find out... This book will appeal to pre-school and early primary school children. The book is lively with lots of engaging, colourful pictures.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 24 pages
  • 216 x 216 x 7mm | 94g
  • Matador
  • Market Harborough, United Kingdom
  • English
  • UK ed.
  • 1785891499
  • 9781785891496
  • 1,878,441

About Pauline Tait

Pauline Tait is a married, mother of two living in rural Perthshire. Having enjoyed working with young children for several years, Pauline now has the time to follow her Dream of writing books for children. In her spare time, Pauline enjoys walking her dogs, doing the gardening or baking.
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17 ratings
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3 18% (3)
2 6% (1)
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