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    Georgie RipperDaisy Meadows Daisy Meadows
  • ISBN:
    1843626411
  • ISBN13:
    978-1843626411
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    Orchard Books (May 6, 2004)
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    80 pages
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These Weather Fairy books by Daisy Meadows (he. .

These Weather Fairy books by Daisy Meadows (he.I wouldn't put my real name on them either) are wholly unremarkable. I suppose they're harmless enough for K-3 grade kids, but there's nothing to distinguish them. This may seem harsh criticism for books so obviously targeted at young girls, but compare these to some of the exception children's literature out there (H. A. Rey, Beatrix Potter, Maurice Sendak, Ludwig Bemelmans, Dr. Seuss, Kay Thompson, Arnold Lobel, et. et. etc) and their mediocrity becomes quite clear.

Here's the fourth 'Weather Fairy' from 2004: 'Goldie the Sunshine Fairy ', illustrated as usual by Georgie Ripper, and re-published as a slim Orchard paperback in 2016. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Sold byrjerrington (20973)99. 9% positive FeedbackContact seller. Ages 4-8, Young Adults.

Goldie The Sunshine Fairy book. Daisy Meadows, Georgie Ripper (Illustrator). The book Goldie The Sunshine fairy is about two girls and one fairy They use magical feathers to bring all of the weather to Fairyland. But when the feathers disappear, the weather turns wacky. The Weather Fairies must fix it fast!

A Little apple paperback. Sunny spell - Goldie drops in - Goblin on the loose! -. - Confused goblin - Happy pigs - Twilight magic. Goldie the Sunshine Fairy's magic feather has disappeared.

A Little apple paperback. Now Wetherbury is so hot and sunny that the cornfields are turning into popcorn. What a mess! Find one feather in each book and fix the weather in Fairyland!

Meadows, Daisy; Ripper, Georgie, illustrator. When Goldie the Sunshine Fairy's magic feather disappears, Wetherbury becomes so hot and sunny that the cornfields turn into popcorn.

Meadows, Daisy; Ripper, Georgie, illustrator. Fairies, Tate, Kirsty (Fictitious character), Walker, Rachel (Fictitious character), Fairies. New York : Scholastic. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

Daisy Meadows is a collective pen name for the authors of Rainbow Magic, Magic Animal Friends and Unicorn Magic. Trixie the Halloween Fairy. Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy. Skyler the Fireworks Fairy/Fizz the Fireworks Fairy. Juliet the Valentine Fairy. Lindsay the Luck Fairy. Addison the April Fool's Day Fairy. Michelle the Winter Wonderland Fairy. Saffron the Yellow Fairy, Sky the Blue Fairy, Heather the Violet Fairy.

Daisy Meadows is the pseudonym used for the four writers of the Rainbow Magic children's series: Narinder Dhami, Sue Bentley, Linda Chapman, and Sue Mongredien. Rainbow Magic features differing groups of fairies as main characters. Genres: Children's Fiction. Rainbow Magic : The Rainbow Fairies 1. Ruby (2003) 2. Amber (2003) 3. Sunny (2003) aka Saffron 4. Fern (2003) 5. Sky (2003) 6. Inky (2003) aka Izzy 7. Heather (2003).

Author: Daisy Meadows, Georgie Ripper. Availability: In Stock. Goldie the Sunshine Fairys magic feather has disappeared. Fairyland is home to the seven Weather Fairies! They use magical feathers to bring all of the weather to Fairyland. The Weather Fairies must fix it - fast! Goldie the Sunshine Fairys magic feather has disappeared. What a mess! Find one feather in each book and fix the weather in Fairyland! ISBN: 9781843626411.

Daisy Meadows (Author) The Rainbow Magic and Magic Animal Friends books are written by a small collective of authors under the name Daisy Meadows

Daisy Meadows (Author) The Rainbow Magic and Magic Animal Friends books are written by a small collective of authors under the name Daisy Meadows. Georgie Ripper (Illustrator) Georgie Ripper was born in London and is a children's book illustrator known for her work on the Rainbow Magic series of fairy books. She won the Macmillan Prize for Picture Book Illustration in 2000 with My Best Friend Bob and Little Brown Bushrat which she authored and illustrated.

The Weather Fairies have lost their magical feathers! Rachel and Kirsty search for one in each Weather Fairies book. Now available at a special value price!Fairyland is home to the seven Weather Fairies! They use magical feathers to bring all of the weather to Fairyland. But when the feathers disappear, the weather turns wacky. The Weather Fairies must fix it -- fast!Goldie the Sunshine Fairy's magic feather has disappeared. Now Wetherbury is so hot and sunny that the cornfields are turning into popcorn. What a mess!Find one feather in each book and fix the weather in Fairyland!

Mr.Bean
These Weather Fairy books by Daisy Meadows (hey... I wouldn't put my real name on them either) are wholly unremarkable. I suppose they're harmless enough for K-3 grade kids, but there's nothing to distinguish them. The writing is tediously simplistic, the stories are unimaginative, and the illustrations uninspiring. I read a couple to my kids and they never asked for them again... and they ask for everything again.

This may seem harsh criticism for books so obviously targeted at young girls, but compare these to some of the exception children's literature out there (H. A. Rey, Beatrix Potter, Maurice Sendak, Ludwig Bemelmans, Dr. Seuss, Kay Thompson, Arnold Lobel, etc., etc., etc) and their mediocrity becomes quite clear. Something intended to encourage kids to read doesn't have to aim so low. I'd argue for the advantages of the opposite approach.

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Vetalol
My daughters both enjoyed these Fairy books. Age 7 to 9ish
Fesho
My daughter has read and reread these books several times between the ages of 8 and 11! Fun series for girls
Naa
my grandaughter loved these books and read them all and I love that she is reading because I also love books
Ubranzac
My daughter loves this series of books - the biggest problem we have is that she won't stop after one chapter. She's 5, so we're reading them to her now, but soon she'll be re-reading them herself. We started with book 1 of the Rainbow Fairies and are now on the Weather Fairies Series. I highly recommend them!
Xava
I like the series and the book because it has a lot of excitement and fun pictures of the fairies :)
Excellent service, daughter very pleased with purchase