Flower Fairies Magical Doors

Opening a tiny door she discovers in the room of her new home, a little girl gets the thrill of a lifetime when she peeks in on the magical world of the Flower Fairies and the secret realm in which they live and play in this richly ...

Author: Cicely Mary Barker

Publisher: Frederick Warne Publishers

ISBN: 9780723263517

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 16

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Opening a tiny door she discovers in the room of her new home, a little girl gets the thrill of a lifetime when she peeks in on the magical world of the Flower Fairies and the secret realm in which they live and play in this richly illustrated, interactive fantastical tour filled with pop-ups, fairy doors that open and close, footprints to follow, and fairy glitter.

Magical Secret Garden

When a new flower fairy named Lily arrives in Fairyopolis, she finds a message directing her to travel through meadows, streams, and dark woods to discover a secret place.

Author: Cicely Mary Barker

Publisher: Frederick Warne Publishers

ISBN: 9780723264408

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 836

When a new flower fairy named Lily arrives in Fairyopolis, she finds a message directing her to travel through meadows, streams, and dark woods to discover a secret place.

Flower Fairies of the Summer

Since the publication of Cicely Mary Barker's first book in 1923, the Flower Fairies have been ethereal companions to readers around the world.

Author: Cicely Mary Barker

Publisher: Frederick Warne Publishers

ISBN: 9780241284551


Page: 56

View: 280

Relive the beauty and magic of Cicely Mary Barker's Flower Fairies of the Summer. Since the publication of Cicely Mary Barker's first book in 1923, the Flower Fairies have been ethereal companions to readers around the world. Her charming poetry and delicate illustrations have sparked the imaginations of children for over ninety years and continue to inspire a lifelong love for fairies and all things magical.

The Ice Queen

The small door flung open and revealed a big chamber behind the small door. The flower fairy looked in the magic gold book and started to read.

Author: Selena Slosberg

Publisher: Rainbowdash Publishers LLC


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 28

View: 366

This is one of Grace and Melissa's adventures. Grace is a duck and Melissa is a penguin. They are best friends and go on lots of adventures together. In this book, Melissa and Grace are sent by their friend the flower fairy to visit her friend the ice queen and deliver two magical items. On the way, they meet a dragon whose tail has a lot of spikes. The dragon will say, "I'm going to eat you." The dragon lives in a desert. At the end of the desert is a high hill covered in ice. It looks like an ice wall. The hill is dangerous because it is very steep and the ladder to climb up it is covered with slippery ice. Will Melissa and Grace manage to get away from the dragon? If they survive the dragon, will they be able to get up the wall of ice? Who will they meet along the way? If you want to find out, read this book!

Garden Party Sticker Book

And once you're done getting everything ready, you get to be the guest of honor for a fun and festive Flower Fairies evening! Two sheets of stickers help you bring to life a Flower Fairies party in the pages of this book.

Author: Frederick Warne

Publisher: Warne Frederick

ISBN: 1524790982

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 16

View: 683

Explore the magical world of Flower Fairies with this beautiful sticker book! You're invited to a Flower Fairies party! Help your favorite fairies pick the perfect outfits, follow your fairy friends through a secret door in the garden wall, and join your host to set up a beautiful celebration nestled under the trees and flowers of the garden. And once you're done getting everything ready, you get to be the guest of honor for a fun and festive Flower Fairies evening! Two sheets of stickers help you bring to life a Flower Fairies party in the pages of this book.

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Category: American literature


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Flower Fairies of the Autumn

THE SO O NG F THE MOUNTAIN ASH FAIRY They thought me, once, a magic tree Of wondrous lucky charm, And at the door they planted me To keep the house from ...

Author: Cicely Mary Barker

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0723265968

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 56

View: 149

First published in the 1920s, the 'Flower Fairy' books by Cicely Mary Barker have delighted generations of children with their exquisite illustrations and engaging poems. In 'Flower Fairies of the Autumn' we meet the fairies who hide among the fallen leaves, make mischief among the blackberries and encourage us to look at nature and learn to appreciate the true beauty and wonder of the 'ordinary' world around us.

Flower and Tree Magic

Flower fairies have played a major role in the folklore and literature of many ... In Ireland, people plant primroses outside their front doors to attract ...

Author: Richard Webster

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738725153

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

View: 362

Did you know that flowers have a unique language of their own? Or that the way you draw a tree reflects your life outlook and personality? Flowers and trees have long been celebrated as sacred and powerful. By learning to read the special messages they hold, plants can help us navigate our life path and reconnect with nature. In this comprehensive guide, bestselling author Richard Webster uncovers the hidden properties of every major type of tree, herb, and flower that we encounter in our daily lives. From protection and healing to divination and worship, this book shows you how to apply ancient spiritual practices from many cultures to modern life—attract your ideal mate with valerian and sage, ward off psychic attacks with a sprinkling of rose oil, restore positive energy with nature meditations, and more. Nature lovers, myth historians, and trivia lovers alike will embrace this all-encompassing guide to the vast history and extensive magic of flowers and trees.

A Treasury of Flower Fairies

THE MOUNTAIN ASH FAIRY They thought me , once , a magic tree Of wondrous
lucky charm , And at the door they planted me To keep the house from harm .
They have no fear of witchcraft now , Yet here am I today ; I've hung my berries
from ...

Author: Cicely Mary Barker

Publisher: Frederick Warne & Company


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 126

View: 997

Illustrations depict fairy folk among the flowers described in the accompanying poems.

The Magic Door

They set off to the Palace and on the way they met a small red fairy. ... a tatty brown cocktail dress strewn with faded pink flowers and dried leaves.

Author: Syona Ravi Nagar

Publisher: Partridge Publishing

ISBN: 1543701698

Category: Fiction

Page: 98

View: 160

Ever believed in fairies, trolls, elves, magical books, giants, talking mice, and magical doors that appear and disappear? No? Only in childish fantasies and fairy tales? Well, here I open up a world of fairies and fantastical creatures! Young Betty, with a simple act of kindness, gets to witness the magical world of Fairyland. A quick song, a tiny twist of the golden key, and a handful of magic unlock the enchanted magic door. Fairyland is a jolly place to be. Betty enjoys herself with her buddies as Dimple, the fairy-elf, and Harriet, her pet rat, unfold lots of surprises, enchantments, and mysteries. Ruled by the wise Queen Clarion, Fairyland is quite safe and is a protected paradise. But unseen by anyone, danger lurks in a corner. . . King Red-eye is the wicked, greedy, and ugly ruler of Troll Kingdom. Always wanting to rule over Fairyland, he has got some real plans up his sleeves. Will Betty and the fairies be able to protect Fairyland from his evil crutches, or will they end up losing a beautiful place? Discover the enchanted world of Fairyland in this book!

Before the Living God

I began to build my inner world of fairy castles, lovely gardens with magic fruit, flower fairies, elves and secret doors. If other children told us there ...

Author: Ruth Burrows

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 9781587680502

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 118

View: 160

This is Ruth Burrow's autobiography - the account of a life empty of outward incident after her early years, but rich with her own spiritual growth. She writes of the Christian's relationship with others and with God, of prayer, of the life of the Spirit. She presents these ideals in no abstract way, but in the intimately personal terms of one individual's - her own - struggle to live them to the full--Back cover.

Low Mess Crafts for Kids

Create a family of your own magical flower fairies to live in this ... Don't forget the most important part—the secret door that leads from our world into ...

Author: Debbie Chapman

Publisher: Page Street Publishing

ISBN: 1624145590

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 192

View: 285

Messy crafts have met their match with these 72 creations that keep out the clutter and mess but pack in the fun and creativity When craft time rolls around, parents usually cringe at the thought of a creativity storm’s aftermath. Glue, glitter, globs of paint—it all adds up to Mom and Dad assisting (let’s be honest, doing everything) with cleanup. But Debbie Chapman—the supermom behind One Little Project —keeps that freshly cleaned kitchen table in mind with tips to keep these tutorials as mess-free as possible. With tricks like twisting pipe cleaners into fun shapes to avoid glue and using brightly colored cups and patterned paper to avoid paint, Debbie shows that keeping it simple doesn’t mean play time has to be less fun. Low-Mess Crafts for Kids brings parents and caretakers solutions to the craft time conundrum. As well as being low-mess, all 72 of these awesome projects feature everyday items like pipe cleaners, pom poms and clothespins, which make playtime a cinch. And with step-by-step pictures, kids of any age can create something they can be proud of. Watch as little ones create their own enchanting worlds—whether they want to explore outer space with a Paper Plate Flying Saucer, race cars on a Poster Board Road Track, or create a whimsical fairy city with Paper Roll Fairy Houses, each craft promises to spark your child’s imagination while leaving you stress free and ready to play along.

Miracles and Magic

seconds, the door was opened by the most beautiful blue winged fairy. Tall and so serene looking, ... Colorful butterflies flew about the flower beds.

Author: Pamela J. Olynek

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1504336062

Category: Fiction

Page: 70

View: 543

Miracles and Magic is an adventure into a fantasy realm. Jester enters a Fairy Kingdom. Along the way, she meets new friends and enjoys unique and wonderful experiences. The Fairies teach her important Life Truths. The Fairies have asked her to do something for them in return. Will she succeed? I started reading and I immediately felt cozy and warm, peaceful and light. I couldnt stop reading until finished. Tatiana Tarasevich, RN The joy in your writing is contagious. Brenda Arychuk, Dietician

The Way To A Woman s Heart

awaken the fairy magic.' 'Oh, of course not.' Ella stared at Trixie, completely stunned. 'Er, yes, lovely... And, er, each fairy has a flower and a song?

Author: Christina Jones

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0748117768

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 743

Cooking seemed like the perfect distraction - until a delicious chef was thrown in the mix . . . Escaping from corporate city life into the heart of the Berkshire countryside, Ella Maloney hopes to find rural tranquillity and a chance to sort out the problems in her long-term relationship. On arriving, she realises tranquillity is in short supply, but welcomes the distraction her chaotic new life offers - until she meets devastatingly gorgeous, but equally attached, chef Ash Lawrence, and realises that he's maybe one distraction too many. And when Ella's favourite top-rated TV cookery programme - Dewberry's Dinners - comes looking for a venue to film their latest show, she pulls out all the culinary stops in an attempt to keep her mind on the task in hand (and not on the sexy Ash), but it's hard to keep your head when all around you people are losing theirs . . .

The Yellow World

In this book, I am going to continue with the tale of the Flower country and ... You will use Magic Doors to continue on your journey through the Colored ...

Author: Steven Rox

Publisher: SR Press

ISBN: 0977340635


Page: 197

View: 885

International Plays for Young People

Tis the Fairies ' Flower , and they guard the magic door of the rock . LOTTA . (
Catching wildly at her arm . ) Ilse , I am faint hearted ! What if we should enter the
Fairy Rock and find there witches and goblin men ? ILSE . ( Calmly determined . )

Author: Virginia Olcott



Category: Children's plays

Page: 245

View: 706

Sutton Companion to the Folklore Myths and Customs of Britain

But the fairies sealed the magic door after one of the guests tried to bring a fairyland flower back to the mortal world as a proof of his visit.

Author: Alexander Barrie

Publisher: The History Press

ISBN: 0750954272

Category: History

Page: 480

View: 114

Britain's rich and varied folklore, legends and beliefs provide an insight into the island's history. Every invader, refugee or settler has helped contribute some new element or twist to the complex pattern of our national heritage. This volume provides a comprehensive companion to legends and customs in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

NINE UNLIKELY TALES 9 illustrated magical stories

The great Throne Room was crammed with fairies, of all ages and of all ... and ugliness—good fairies and bad fairies, flower fairies and moon fairies, ...

Author: E. Nesbit

Publisher: Abela Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 882755940X

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

View: 440

Not only was Edith Nesbit author of “The Railway Children” and “Five Children and IT,”which were both turned into films, but she also authored and published “The Book of Dragons” and “Nine Unlikely Tales” amongst many others (40 in total). Nesbit was considered to be "the first modern writer for children": she "helped to reverse the great tradition of children's literature inaugurated by Lewis Carroll and his contemporaries.” In “Nine Unlikely Tales” you will find nine illustrated children’s stories for 6 to 13 year olds - and for those of us “older children” who still have not yet quite grown out of visiting realms of fantasy. The stories in this volume are a mix of your standard faire of fairytales and unique, magical stories penned by E Nesbit; so they will, at first, be new to many readers. It is hard to pick a favourite from among these stories. The fairytales "Melisande", "The Prince, Two Mice, and Some Kitchen-maids", and "The Plush Usurper" are on par with Hans Christian Anderson and Brothers Grimm. But, there are other stories where the real world and the magical world interconnect enabling participants to cross over into the realm of magic and fantasy. These are equally enjoyable, like "The Cockatoucan" where a girl and her governess take the wrong "omnibus" and end up in a magical world. An Omnibus was a horse drawn bus from the Victorian era. The word Omni was dropped when the vehicles were motorised and became more numerous. But I digress…..The stories in this volume are: The Cockatoucan, Whereyouwantogoto, The Blue Mountain, The Prince, Two Mice And Some Kitchen-Maids, Melisande: Or Long And Short Division, Fortunatus Rex And Co., The Sums That Came Right, The Town In The Library In The Town In The Library and The Plush Usurper YESTERDAY'S BOOKS FOR TODAY'S CHARITIES 10% of the publisher’s profit from the sale from this book will be donated to Charities. ============= KEYWORDS/TAGS: folklore, fairy, Tales, children, stories, bedtime, fables, illustrated, myths, legends, E Nesbit, edith, railway children, five, 5 children and IT, magic, fantasy, post-victorian, storytelling, Cockatoucan, Whereyouwantogoto, Blue Mountain, Prince, Two Mice, Some Kitchen-Maids, Melisande, Long And Short Division, Fortunatus Rex, Sums That Came Right, Town In The Library, Plush Usurper

Wooden Willie Written and Illustrated by Johnny Gruelle

Perhaps the woodland creatures, Fairies 'n' everything, have a magic about their ... “It is too small for a Gnome's house and too large for a Flower Fairy.

Author: Johnny Gruelle

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 1528782585

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 94

View: 160

‘Wooden Willie’ is written and illustrated by Johnny Gruelle. Gruelle is best known for his ‘Raggedy Ann Series’, which chart the adventures of a little doll with red yarn for hair and a triangle nose. Although this particular story does not feature Raggedy Ann, her friends Beloved Belindy and Uncle Clem are included (as well as Wooden Willie of course). They provide entertainment as well as moral lessons to their young audiences; to be kind to those you meet, to always be generous, and to help those in need. John Barton Gruelle (1880 – 1930), was born in Arcola, Illinois, in 1880. He was an American artist and political cartoonist, as well as a children’s book illustrator and author. His most famous illustrated works include Grimm’s Fairy Tales (1914), All About the Little Small Red Hen (1917), and of course, the Raggedy Ann series. Sought after by collectors, this re-printed edition showcases Gruelle’s original text, further enhanced by his wonderful colour drawings, in order that the two may be fully appreciated by young and old alike. Pook Press celebrates the great ‘Golden Age of Illustration‘ in children’s literature – a period of unparalleled excellence in book illustration from the 1880s to the 1930s. Our collection showcases classic fairy tales, children’s stories, and the work of some of the most celebrated artists, illustrators and authors.