A Visit to Fairyland

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Author : Shirley Barber
Detail : “Are there fairies at very cheap of the garden? Laura thinks so–she has seen a touch inexperienced door at the bottom of the tree, and thinks fairies would possibly survive the opposite facet. thus she and her brother Daniel wait by the door, and certainly, some fairies initiate to greet them. Then they take them through to the opposite facet, and then being Laura and Daniel’s adventures in Fairyland. fine elaborated illustrations and an attractive story can delight kids for hours on finish.”

A Visit to Fairyland :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Shirley Barber
Publisher - Brolly Books
Pages - 24
ISBN - 9780648457121


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Detail - This beautifully illustrated fairy book features the exquisitely detailed illustrations of Shirley Barber together with a stunning 3-D lenticular embedded in the front cover. It tells the story of a girl named Laura who believes there are fairies at the bottom of her garden--she has seen a little green door at the base of the willow tree, and thinks fairies might live on the other side. So she and her brother Daniel wait by the door, and sure enough, some fairies come out to greet them. Then they take them through to the other side, and so begin Laura and Daniel's adventures in Fairyland.

A Visit to Fairyland :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Jane E. Gerver
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 16
ISBN - 9780689817359


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Detail - A rhyming story about the fairies and how they live.

Best Friends in Fairyland :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Daisy Meadows
Publisher - Scholastic Inc.
Pages - 32
ISBN - 0545222931


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Detail - When the fairies' favorite unicorn friend, Alabaster, discovers he is moving, the girls become upset about losing their friend, but band together when Alabaster goes missing.

The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Catherynne M. Valente
Publisher - Macmillan
Pages - 258
ISBN - 0312649622


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Detail - Returning to Fairyland after a long period away following her first adventure there, September discovers that her stolen shadow has become the Hollow Queen, the new ruler of Fairyland Below, who is stealing the magic and shadows from Fairyland folk and refusing to give them back.

A Visit to Fairyland :

Children's stories

Author - Barbara Hayes
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 28
ISBN - 9780361046442


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Fairyland Jigsaw Book :

Author - Shirley Barber
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 10
ISBN - 9781741247756


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An Adventure in Fairyland :

Fiction

Author - Joy Bloumis
Publisher - Strategic Book Publishing
Pages - 84
ISBN - 1622128354


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Detail - Twins Peter and Samantha, who likes to be called Sammi, have just moved into their new house and are amazed to find a door in the large maple tree at the bottom of their garden. On entering the door, they find an underground river and a mouse in a dingy who has been instructed to row them to Fairyland, beginning An Adventure in Fairyland. There they are asked to help regain the fairy queen's wand that has been stolen by the magician Malicio. To help them retrieve the wand in safety, the queen gives them a potion that makes them invisible to everyone but each other. On their adventure, they meet a host of magic characters and are also able to rescue a pixie and a gnome, two prisoners of Malicio. As a reward, the queen gives the twins a magic stone that will enable them to return to Fairyland in the future. What other adventures await the twins?

Fairyland Sticker Activity Book :

Juvenile Nonfiction

Author - Marty Noble
Publisher - Courier Corporation
Pages - 4
ISBN - 0486400514


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Detail - Winsome sprites gather flowers, make music, and play in a forest glen. Rearrange the 26 stickers of fairies, butterflies, birds, and flowers for endless enjoyment.

See Inside Fairyland :

Juvenile Fiction

Author - Susanna Davidson
Publisher - Usborne Pub Limited
Pages - 14
ISBN - 9780794515706


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Detail - Fairies enjoy themselves at the goblin market, in their hidden homes, at a midsummer's eve picnic, and at the frost fair. On board pages.

The Fairy-Land of Science :

Nature

Author - Arabella B. Buckley
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 108
ISBN - 184702954X


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Detail - This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

How to Draw and Paint Fairyland :

Drawing

Author - Linda Ravenscroft
Publisher - Search
Pages - 128
ISBN - 9781844483501


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Detail - This practical beginner's guide includes all the inspiration you need to draw and paint a range of fairy habitats as well as the fairy folk that live in them.

Welcome to Fairyland : Queer Miami before 1940

Social Science

Author - Julio Capó Jr.
Publisher - UNC Press Books
Pages - 400
ISBN - 1469635216


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Detail - Poised on the edge of the United States and at the center of a wider Caribbean world, today's Miami is marketed as an international tourist hub that embraces gender and sexual difference. As Julio Capo Jr. shows in this fascinating history, Miami's transnational connections reveal that the city has been a queer borderland for over a century. In chronicling Miami's queer past from its 1896 founding through 1940, Capo shows the multifaceted ways gender and sexual renegades made the city their own. Drawing from a multilingual archive, Capo unearths the forgotten history of "fairyland," a marketing term crafted by boosters that held multiple meanings for different groups of people. In viewing Miami as a contested colonial space, he turns our attention to migrants and immigrants, tourism, and trade to and from the Caribbean--particularly the Bahamas, Cuba, and Haiti--to expand the geographic and methodological parameters of urban and queer history. Recovering the world of Miami's old saloons, brothels, immigration checkpoints, borders, nightclubs, bars, and cruising sites, Capo makes clear how critical gender and sexual transgression is to understanding the city and the broader region in all its fullness.

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