Aziza s Secret Fairy Door

Aziza s Secret Fairy Door

She looked behind her at the fairy door, which glowed brightly next to a stone wall. It was giving nothing away. A tiny hot-air balloon floated past with an even smaller action figure in the basket. Hey, was the action figure waving?

Author: Lola Morayo

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529063868

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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Aziza's Secret Fairy Door is the first title in an inclusive magical adventure series, perfect for readers of 6-8 from debut author Lola Morayo. It is inspired by world mythology and is gorgeously illustrated in black and white throughout by Cory Reid. Open the door to a world of magic and adventure . . . A mysterious gift arrives on Aziza's birthday. It is a secret fairy door that will whisk her away to Shimmerton, a magical world with princesses, naughty fairies, shapeshifters, unicorn shopkeepers and mischief around every corner. But when the precious jewelled doorknob is taken, Aziza is trapped. Will she ever see her home and family again? Maybe her new friends, Peri and Tiko, can help . . . Packed with mischief, friendship and magic, Aziza is perfect for fans of Isadora Moon. Look out for other titles in the series: Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Ice Cat Mystery, Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Birthday Present Disaster, and Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Mermaid's Treasure.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Aziza s Secret Fairy Door and the Birthday Present Disaster

Aziza s Secret Fairy Door and the Birthday Present Disaster

She could feel the wings fluttering behind her. I'm definitely not home any more. The fairy door was shut tight again. Its edges blended invisibly into the trunk of a large palm tree. If you didn't know it was there, you wouldn't notice ...

Author: Lola Morayo

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529063981

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Birthday Present Disaster is the third title in a fun and inclusive, young magical adventure series for readers of 6-8 from Lola Morayo. Inspired by fairies and magical creatures from world mythology it is gorgeously illustrated in black and white throughout by Cory Reid. Aziza notices that the Secret Fairy Door in her bedroom is covered in a cute ribbon tied in a very messy bow. It's a sure sign that she's about to go on a new adventure. Aziza opens the door and finds herself in the Palace just in time for Princess Peri's birthday party. Tiko is organizing the party and wants everything to be just right for his friend. There are party games, delicious food and lots of friends ready to celebrate. It's very exciting! But Peri needs Aziza's help when some special presents go missing. . . Packed with mischief, friendship and magic, Aziza is perfect for fans of Isadora Moon. Look out for other titles in the series: Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Mermaid's Treasure, coming soon.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Aziza s Secret Fairy Door and the Ice Cat Mystery

Aziza s Secret Fairy Door and the Ice Cat Mystery

As if in answer a strange whispering sound came from somewhere behind them. 'What's that?' Peri squeaked. The trio turned quickly, but there was no one there. Just a huge boulder. 'It's the wind.' Aziza's voice was a little shaky.

Author: Lola Morayo

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529063967

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

View: 998

Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Ice Cat Mystery is the second title in a fun and inclusive, young magical adventure series for readers of 6-8 from Lola Morayo. This magical story is inspired by fairies and magical creatures from world mythology and is gorgeously illustrated in black and white throughout by Cory Reid. Aziza can't wait for the Holidays when the flat is filled with pretty tinsel and delicious smells. It's warm and cosy in Aziza's bedroom, so when she notices that her Secret Fairy Door is covered in ice and frost, it's a sure sign that she's about to go on a new adventure. Aziza crosses the threshold and finds Shimmerton covered in ice and snow, even though it is supposed to be high summer there. Everything is muddled up – even the Yule Lads have been spotted causing mischief! Ccoa the Ice Cat has gone missing and Aziza, her fairy friends and even the naughty Gigglers, must team up if they are to track him down and put everything right again. Packed with mischief, friendship and magic, Aziza is perfect for fans of Isadora Moon. SLook out for other titles in the series: Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Birthday Present Disaster, and Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Mermaid's Treasure.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Aziza s Secret Fairy Door and the Mermaid s Treasure

Aziza s Secret Fairy Door and the Mermaid s Treasure

She could feel the wings fluttering behind her. I'm definitely not home any more. The fairy door was shut tight again. Its edges blended invisibly into the trunk of a large palm tree. If you didn't know it was there, you wouldn't even ...

Author: Lola Morayo

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781529064001

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

View: 866

Aziza's Secret Fairy Door and the Mermaid's Treasure is the fourth title in this fun and inclusive, young magical adventure series for readers of 6-8 from Lola Morayo. Inspired by fairies and creatures from world mythology this is gorgeously illustrated in black-and-white throughout by Cory Reid. Aziza is excitedly packing her suitcase ready to go on holiday when she finds sand and seashells from the fairy door all over her room! Before long, she is stepping through the door and out onto Shimmerton’s beach, where naughty fairies, the Gigglers, are causing havoc by accidentally awakening an ancient shell-walker who has been asleep for many years under the sand. Everyone scatters as the shell-walker grows bigger and bigger. What can be done? Aziza's new mermaid friend might just know someone who could help.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

A Hint of Mischief

A Hint of Mischief

“So tell me why fairy doors are important,” Brady said. “And are they different from fairy rings? ... Often one will leave a note or a wish or a gift behind the fairy door for fairies to find.” “And a fairy ring?

Author: Daryl Wood Gerber

Publisher: Kensington Books

ISBN: 9781496736055

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 998

The proprietor of a fairy garden and tea shop in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Courtney Kelly has an occasional side gig as a sleuth—with a sprinkling of magical assistance. . . . Courtney has thrown a few fairy garden parties—for kids. But if a local socialite is willing to dip into her trust fund for an old sorority sister’s fortieth birthday bash, Courtney will be there with bells on. To make the job even more appealing, a famous actress, Farrah Lawson, is flying in for the occasion, and there’s nothing like a celebrity cameo to raise a business’s profile. Now Courtney has less than two weeks to paint a mural, hang up tinkling windchimes, plan party games, and conjure up all the details. While she works her magic, the hostess and her girlfriends head off for an indulgent spa day—which leads to a fateful facial for Farrah, followed by her mysterious death. Could the kindhearted eyebrow waxer who Farrah berated in public really be the killer, as the police suspect? Courtney thinks otherwise, and with the help of her imaginative sleuth fairy, sets out to dig up the truth behind this puzzling murder . . . Praise for Daryl Wood Gerber’s A Sprinkling of Murder “Enchanting series launch from Agatha Award winner Gerber. . . . Cozy fans will wish upon a star for more.” —Publishers Weekly “A winner. . . . Fans of Laura Childs’ work will enjoy.” —Booklist
Categories: Fiction

Beyond the Scarlet Door

Beyond the Scarlet Door

“Wait,” said Kieran, inching her nose closer to the tiny door. “This fairy door looks like it has been here for a while. See the tiny black hinges, we could open it.” Maleeya grasped Mi around the neck. Pulling the panting dog to her ...

Author: Susie Ireland Read

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781480844483

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 200

View: 178

If youre like most kids, you sometimes dont get along with your brothers and sisters. But if your siblings needed you, you would do everything you could to help them. In author Susie Ireland Reads Beyond the Scarlet Door, Maleeya and Kieran Wright have an older sister, Sierra who is very ill. Their whole world begins to fall apart when Nurse Pippy arrives on their doorstep insisting she is there to take care of the ill teen. Unfortunately, after the nurses arrival, Sierra gets worse instead of better. When Sierra asks to see a pink fairy, the girls assume she wants to see a fairy statue. Anxious to do anything that will make their sister feel better, Maleeya and Kieran, along with their dog, Mi, go on a quest to find the pink fairy. Little do the sisters know that such an innocent request would lead them to the beautiful, yet treacherous world that lies beyond the scarlet door. Follow Maleeya and Kieran, reduced to the size of white mice and carrying a backpack filled with seemingly useless items from home, as they overcome fears that lie deep within their souls. Can they outwit Raven, the evil fairy and bring back seven items needed to save their sister? What magical creatures will they meet in this new world, and will they be friends or foes? Lastly, what family secrets will the sisters discover that could change their lives forever?
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Modelling Exciting Writing

Modelling Exciting Writing

Fairy doors are widely available and range from the plain to the ornate. Traditionally, they are used as garden ... The creatures that children could describe behind this door would be very different from the stereotypical fairy.

Author: Adam Bushnell

Publisher: Sage Publications UK

ISBN: 9781529783568

Category: Education

Page: 209

View: 109

The Primary National Curriculum sets challenging expectations for the teaching of writing. Children must master the process of composition, redrafting, editing and writing final pieces. The book: *Provides practical advice for the teaching of writing *Demonstrates how to model writing for children *Includes examples of good classroom practice of modelling writing *Focuses on writing in different aspects of the curriculum *Provides guidance, case studies and theoretical perspectives to show readers how they can become writers with and for children The updated second edition includes: *Ideas for discussion in a seminar/staff meeting/CPD event *A new chapter enabling teachers to support children to bring their own cultures and ethnicities into their writing
Categories: Education

Giuliana s Fairy Door

Giuliana s Fairy Door

Sparkle does as her name implies and loves to leave behind a glittering dust for all who believe in fairies for them to find . So if you catch a sparkling glint among the dirt and dust , Sparkle has been flying by , in her magical way ...

Author: Caren Panizzo

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 9781645846529

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 26

View: 868

Giuliana loves the fairies in her garden. They delight her and everyone that sees them. But the real magic of the fairies happens in the night, when all is dark and quiet and children are fast asleep. This is when the fairies seek to find a fairy door hanging upon a child's wall. Then the fun begins. Giuliana's Fairy Door will delight you and make you believe in the magical wonder of fairies!
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

How to Fake an Irish Wake

How to Fake an Irish Wake

I removed the pink slip of paper from behind the fairy door. My one wish had come true. To find Finn's father. I tucked a green slip into the hiding space, alongside the yellow one with a wish still waiting to be granted.

Author: Eliza Watson

Publisher: Elizabeth Watson

ISBN: 9781950786015

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

View: 994

FROM USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR AND FAMILY HISTORIAN ELIZA WATSON! It’s been a rough year for 26-year-old Mags Murray. First she learns that her dad isn’t her biological father, a secret her mother took to her grave three years earlier. Then her beloved Irish grandmother passes away at Christmas while Mags is visiting her from the States. Now Mags must host her grandmother’s wake and sell her cottage. A cottage filled with cherished memories. A cottage Mags inherited but her odd jobs won’t enable her to keep. Shortly after the funeral, a young man, Finn O’Brien, arrives at the cottage with an old photograph. Finn believes the boys in the photo are a clue to his father’s identity. Mags can sympathize with him, and because she often helped her genealogist grandmother uncover skeletons in people’s closets, including hers, she agrees to assist Finn. But searching for Finn’s father stirs up trouble. Finn is in a near-fatal car crash that wasn’t an accident. So Mags and her childhood friend Biddy McCarthy investigate why someone wants to prevent Finn from finding his father. Questioning the quirky locals proves a wee bit difficult as several of the suspects were victims of Mags and Biddy’s childhood shenanigans. It might take a fake Irish wake to reveal Finn’s father and the would-be murderer. But what if the two turn out to be the same person? **Genealogy research tips included!** Other readers of Eliza Watson’s books enjoyed books by: Addison Moore, Alyssa Maxwell, Angie Fox, Carlene O'Connor, Cate Martin, Catie Murphy, Ellery Adams, Fiona Grace, Jana Deleon, Janet Evanovich, Joanne Fluke, Kennedy Layne, Laura Durham, Lee Strauss, Leighann Dobbs, Paige Shelton, Rhys Bowen, Shanna Swendson, Sheila Connolly, and Tonya Kappes. Topics: genealogy, family history, ancestry, family trees, family secrets, Ireland, Northern Ireland, England, Scotland, amateur sleuth, women sleuths, international mystery, cozy mystery, vintage photos, family folklore, humorous
Categories: Fiction

Fairy Toothbrush

Fairy Toothbrush

“I want a fairy door now,” Amanda said from behind her. “Thank you.” Li Mei turned around, confused what Amanda was saying that for. She was just in time to see Amanda step into a doorway out of thin air, and the whole thing vanished.

Author: Emily Martha Sorensen

Publisher: Emily Martha Sorensen

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 60

View: 799

Li Mei doesn't like attention. But she's about to get it, because her brand new toothbrush gives her the sense of fairy taste. A 12,000 word children's fantasy story.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction