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Rainbow Magic: The Fun Day Fairies: 38: Willow The Wednesday Fairy [Paperback]

Daisy Meadows , Georgie Ripper
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31 Aug 2006 Rainbow Magic (Book 38)
Naughty Jack Frost has stolen the seven Fairyland Fun Day Flags, and the Fun Day fairies need Rachel and Kirsty's help to find them! In this book, Willow the Wednesday Fairy must find her flags before the goblins sabotage the Arts and Craft fair...

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Rainbow Magic: The Fun Day Fairies: 38: Willow The Wednesday Fairy + Rainbow Magic: The Fun Day Fairies: 37: Tallulah The Tuesday Fairy + Rainbow Magic: The Fun Day Fairies: 40: Freya The Friday Fairy
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  • Paperback: 80 pages
  • Publisher: Orchard Books (31 Aug 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1846161908
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846161902
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 13 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 156,488 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Daisy Meadows is the author of over 100 Rainbow Magic books. Each book features a fantasical new fairy friend to meet!

Where do you get your ideas from?

When daydreaming is your favourite hobby, you find that ideas are always popping into your head. The trick is to jot them down before they pop out of your head again! I also get a lot of good suggestions for new fairies sent in by my readers, and sometimes if they're very good I use them as the basis for a new series.

What is your favourite colour?
Bright red, the colour of courage and energy! Red is also the colour of Ruby in the Rainbow Fairies.

Which Rainbow Magic book is your favourite?

There are so many fab fairies, it's impossible to choose! But I have a soft spot for Summer the Holiday Fairy, because summer is my favourite time of year!

Are Rachel and Kirsty based on real people?

Yes. They're based on my best friends. Rachel and Kirsty are just like them: kind-hearted, adventurous, fun-loving and friendly.

Where is Rainspell Island?

Rainspell Island isn't a real place. It's based on a little island off the south coast of England that I used to visit when I was a little girl.

Which Rainbow Magic Fairy would you like to be and why?

Danielle the Daisy Fairy. Daisies are my favourite flower, and Danielle is the good-hearted girl-next-door whom everybody loves.

What makes you happy?
Sitting in the garden in the sunshine listening to the birds singing! Writing also makes me very happy, and reading the lovely letters from my readers.

If you could have one wish come true what would it be?
I've always wanted to be able to fly and have wonderful adventures just like Rachel and Kirsty have with all the Rainbow Magic fairies.

What is your favourite animal and do you have any pets?

I adore all animals so it would be really hard for me to pick a favourite! I have two dogs and three cats and love them all equally.


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Book Description

Join the seven Fun Day Fairies and Rachel and Kirsty for more adventures in Fairyland!

About the Author

Daisy Meadows is the author of over 150 Rainbow Magic books.

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5.0 out of 5 stars willow the wednesday fairy 22 Feb 2007
By Emma J
Format:Paperback
The title of this book is willow the wednesday fairy and the Author is Daisy Meodows.This book is about two girls named kirsty tate and rachel walker who help a fairy [willow] find her fun day flag, but it leads to more trouble with jack frosts servants [the Goblins]. the poem,

Yards of fabric, strings of beads,

follow the glitter see where it leads.

It was one but now its three,

The wednesday flag means fun and glee.

What ever does 'It was one but now its three exatly mean,read on to find out more...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fairy fabulous! 2 Jan 2012
By Mom of 3 - Published on Amazon.com
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My 8 year old daughter loves all of the Rainbow Fairy books and this is no exception. Cute stories about fairies.
5.0 out of 5 stars great series for girls 12 Sep 2009
By L. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
My girls (age range 5-7) love these books. We started with me reading them to the girls. Now my older girls read them on their own. They are formula books but the girls don't seem to notice or mind. They race thru series after series. The books come in sets of 7. We have read - the rainbow fairies, the jewel fairies, the weather fairies, the day fairies, the pet fairies and the dance fairies - and the girls are still not tired of them. They remember all the stories and love to get dressed up as the fairies and act out the stories themselves. I highly recommend these books for girls aged 4-9 - from a 1st grade to up to a 3rd grade reading level.
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