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Kylie The Carnival Fairy

By: Daisy Meadows

A Rainbow Magic Book

It’s carnival time and the Sunnydays Carnival is is coming to town, Kirsty and Rachel are so excited. Things down’t go according to plan at the opening, the girls notice goblins and wonder what they could possibly be doing. It soon becomes clear, Jack Frost and his goblins have stolen the three magic hats that make the Sunnydays Carnival work properly and be so much fun. The girls meet Kylie the Carnival Fairy and over the next three days set about getting the hats back one by one so the carnival isn’t ruined for anyone.

These books are incredibly popular. This one has three stories in it, one for each day of the carnival. The language is easy for young readers to understand. There are simple line illustrations on every page, breaking up the text so it doesn’t seem too daunting. The stories are short but still broken into chapters, and quite fun. As there are over 100 of them the are a good way to keep girls reading, being about fairies there is no question they appeal more to girls, the fairies are girls and the main characters are girls, the cover design on the special editions, like this one, are all sparkly. With so many books and therefore so many names for the fairies a lot of little girls can get a book with their name in the title. I though it only apt that I reviewed my namesake, and while it was entertaining enough I think I would a bit sick of them after a while, so enter the Fairy Realm with caution, fairies can be addictive.

Publisher: Hachette Children’s Books

Published: 04 May 2006

Format: Paperback 192 pages

Categories: General

ISBN 13: 9781846161759

Purchase: here 

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