Fairy Rescue

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Pan Macmillan, Sep 4, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction
After a bad asthma attack Maddie spends the summer holidays at her grandparents’ house. As usual, her mother is very overprotective, so Maddie is thrilled to meet Poppy, a flower fairy, out in the woods. Poppy only has one wing so she can’t fly, but soon she and Maddie are having lots of fun together. When Poppy’s best fairy friends Primrose and Daisy disappear, Maddie and Poppy set off into the woods to track them down. But book fairies, dream fairies and tooth fairies have mysteriously vanished too – and Maddy soon finds herself on an exciting and daring rescue mission!
 

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Gwyneth Rees is half Welsh and half English and grew up in Scotland. She went to Glasgow University and qualified as a doctor in 1990. She is a child and adolescent psychiatrist but has now stopped practising so that she can write full-time. She is the author of MERMAID MAGIC, FAIRY DUST, FAIRY TREASURE, COSMO AND THE MAGIC SNEEZE and, for older readers, THE MUM HUNT, THE MUM DETECTIVE and MY MUM’S FROM PLANET PLUTO. She lives in London with her two cats.

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