In a tender look at illness, we watch Rosy nursing the little fairy back to health. Children will delight in the stunning illustrations. Count along as the flowers turn into butterflies so they can fly with the fairy. As each one transforms, readers see different ways to make ten four and six, five and five.
Ages 4 - 6. My kids loved this sticker book so much. Read about each fairy, then add their colorful, nature-inspired clothing, accessories, and decorations. Save to read and reread. Ages 4 - 8. Ages 5 - 8.
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Beautifully illustrated, this fairy story is filled with interactive elements including pop-ups and lift-the-flaps. This enchanting book was a favorite bedtime choice for both my daughters. Ages 5 - 9. Best friends, Rachel and Kirsty, journey to Fairyland where they learn that they have a special ability to help the fairies regain stolen items from Jack Frost and his goblins. These books appeal to beginning readers who will find success in reading and familiarity when predicting the plot.
My kids owned and loved them all. Ages 6 - 9. Flory, a night fairy, loses her wings to a bat. Hansel and Gretel - The two childrens' wicked stepmother took them into the forest and left them there.
They came upon a house made of sweets and they ate some. The evil witch that lived there locked them in a cage and was going to make a soup out of them.
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Gretel got out of the cage and pushed the witch into the boiling water. The children found treasure there and took it home and they were never hungry again. Jack and the Bean Stalk - Jack took the family cow to sell and traded it for magic beans. His mother was angry and threw them out of the window. The next morning a giant beanstalk had grown. He climbed the beanstalk and found a giant there who had gold coins. Jack stole them and took them home. Later, Jack returned and saw a hen that laid golden eggs and he stole that, too. The third time he tried to steal a magic harp and the harp cried out.
The giant chased Jack down the beanstalk, Jack chopped it down and the giant died. A wolf asked here where she was going and she told him.
He went to Grandma's house, locked Grandma in the cupboard and put on her clothes. Little Red Riding Hood was surprised at Grandma's eyes, ears and teeth, remarking on how big they were.
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The wolf said the teeth were better for eating and he pounced. She screamed, some woodcutters heard her cry and rescued her. The Pied Piper offered to get rid of the rats for 50 pounds and the mayor agreed. He started playing his pipe. The rats followed him and he led them into the harbor and they died.
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He went back for his money but the mayor only paid 20 pounds. The Pied Piper wanted to teach him a lesson, so he played his pipe and all the children followed him out of town. The mayor sent men to find the children but they could not find them. Pinocchio - Gepetto was a poor carpenter who carved a puppet that became live. He named him Pinocchio and sent him to school.
One day Pinocchio joined a puppet show but the puppet master wanted him for firewood. He begged to be spared and told him about his poor father. He was spared and the puppet master gave him five gold coins for his father. Princess and the Pea - A prince wanted to make sure he married a real princess. He devised a test for an unexpected guest who claimed she was a princess.
He placed a pea beneath 20 mattresses and 20 feather beds thinking only a princess could be sensitive enough to feel the small pea. The next morning, hte princess said she did not sleep because of something hard in her bed. The two were married and lived happily everafter. Sleeping Beauty - A princess was born and an old fairy placed a spell that she would prick her finger on a spindle when she was 16 and die.
The good fairies made another spell so that she would only sleep for years and a prince would awaken her. When she was 16, the witch, disguised as an old lady, showed her a spinning wheel and she touched the spindle and fell asleep. The good fairies decided to make everyone sleep. After years, a prince from another land found her and kissed her.
Everyone awoke, they married and lived happily every after. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Snow White's evil stepmother wanted to be the fairest in the land and was jealous of Snow White's beauty. The stepmother ordered Snow White to be killed but the huntsman spared her life. Snow White came upon a cottage that belonged to seven dwarfs and they let her stay.
Soon the wicked stepmother found her, disguised herself and took her a poison apple. She fell into a deep sleep and the dwarfs made a crystal coffin for her. Prince Charming came by the cottage, saw her, kissed her, and she awoke. They were married and lived happily ever after. Three Little Pigs - One pig built a house of straw and the second a house of sticks, because they were lazy. The third took the time to build a strong house with bricks. When the big bad wolf came, he huffed and puffed and blew the straw and stick houses down.
He couldn't blow down the brick house and the pigs put a pot of boiling water in the fireplace. The wolf fell into it and died. Thumbelina - A woman wished for a baby, even a tiny one. A fairy granted her wish and gave her a seed to plant. When it bloomed, a tiny baby was inside.