Iridessa, Lost at Sea

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Random House Children's Books, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
12 Reviews
How did super-orderly Iridessa get into such a fix? First, Tink’s crazy idea to take a pirate bottle from Captain Hook goes horribly wrong. Then, in the flutter of a fairy’s wing, Iridessa and Tink find themselves trappedinsidethe bottle, floating forlornly on the ocean waves! But as they bob along, the bottle crosses paths with all sorts of unusual sea life, from green turtles to flying fish to beautiful, but selfish, mermaids. And gradually, Iridessa learns something new—a little adventure isn’t such a bad thing!
  

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Review: Iridessa, Lost at Sea (Tales of Pixie Hollow #15)

User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

Not one of my favs. The more I read of Tink, the more I dislike her. Read full review

Review: Iridessa, Lost at Sea (Tales of Pixie Hollow #15)

User Review  - Sydney - Goodreads

the 2 fairies get stuck in a bottle. they end up on a ship and they are able to break the bottle open and escape. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
12
Section 3
18
Section 4
27
Section 5
31
Section 6
38
Section 7
48
Section 8
60
Section 10
73
Section 11
82
Section 12
84
Section 13
91
Section 14
93
Section 15
103
Section 16
107
Copyright

Section 9
69

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About the author (2009)

Lisa Papademetriou was born on August 25, 1971 and grew up in Houston, Texas. Her first book, Sixth Grade Glommers, Norks, and Me, was published in 2005. She has written/adapted over thirty books for children and young adults. She also wrote the "Accidentally" series (Accidentally Fabulous, Accidentally Famous, Accidentally Fooled, and Accidentally Friends), and the "Confectionately Yours" series which connects to her Celiac Disease. In 2013, she co-authored a young adult novel with James Patterson in the Middle School Series entitled My Brother is a Big, Fat Liar.

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