Lavender's Midsummer Mix-up

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Frederick Warne, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 71 pages
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Lavender is busy getting all the Flower Fairy outfits washed and ready for the highlight of the Flower Fairy year— the Midsummer Party! After she's finished, she starts to play a fun game of hide and seek with all her fairy friends. Suddenly she hears children's voices nearby— and the Flower Fairies are in danger of being seen! Can Lavender manage to save the day and divert the children away from Fairyopolis? And can the Midsummer Party still take place?

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Wonderful book on 6th grade reading level. My daughter is enjoying the whole collection. Read full review


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Editor-turned-author Kay Woodward has written many successful books for children including her novel Jane Airhead, the Flower Fairies series and Magical World series. She's also written film and TV tie-ins including The Golden Compass, Happy Feet, Robin Hood and Shoebox Zoo, plus non-fiction titles and joke books.

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