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The mysterious disappearance of Mistress Lily, the flower fairies teacher, will keep the young reader on edge ... 14 April 2011
By Deb - Published on
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Poppy was a student at Mistress Lily's Fairy School at Cloverleaf Cottage learning how to be a junior fairy helper. Miss Lily was a beautiful fairy with "long golden hair" and the little flower fairies loved her. When they got to class they were surprised to see a substitute teacher, Mistress Petunia, who looked "more like a witch than a fairy." Of course when Poppy mentioned that fact to her best friend, Daisy, unfortunately Mistress Petunia overheard her. "I should tell you that my hearing is excellent." Oops! The lesson of the day was to learn how to design ball gowns. Marigold, who "liked to decorate her wings to go with her outfits," was thrilled. Poppy, who was half pixie, decided to design a green one. Out came the wands and the flower fairies got to work.

None of the fairies seemed to be having much luck and the triplets, Heather, Hyacinth, and Holly began to argue. The "sisters were totally baby crazy" and were making "snap up sleeper pajamas." Poppy, who could shape-shift, had "never enjoyed dressing-up games," was none too happy with the class and when she asked Mistress Petunia when their teacher was going to return things went from bad to worse. Just when was Mistress Lily coming back to Cloverleaf Cottage? Heather thought she must have "met a handsome male fairly and got swept off her feet." Maybe, but it was not like Mistress Lily to just up and disappear into thin air like that and it saddened all the flower fairies. Just where had their beloved teacher gone off to? Poppy was just going to have to do some shape-shifting to get to the bottom of this mystery!

The mysterious disappearance of Mistress Lily, the flower fairies teacher, will keep the young reader on edge. Of course no one loves a substitute teacher and all the girls at Mistress Lily's Fairy School want their teacher back. Mistress Petunia, in spite of her witchy ways, is the type of character that will elicit a few smiles. This book, the second in the Fairy Blossoms series, sees a bit more action than the first as we get a glimpse of an unusually tricky kelpie and get to see more of the flower fairies using their talents. For example, Violet uses her "invisibility" talents to help the group. If you've ever been to Cloverleaf Cottage in the pages of this series, you'll love this sequel. If not, just open the door and come into the mystical, magical world of the flower fairies!

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i love it 24 April 2013
By Jada - Published on
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It is a good book and the book whould make your day and you should read the first book and you'll understand it better
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poppy and the vanishing fairy 1 Jan. 2012
By MD Architect - Published on
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poop! those fairies are so retarden!
remind me to never read that weird book ever again!
whoever reads this book... ... stay away from them!
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