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Saturday, 5 January 2013

Review: Princess and Fairy - Enchanting Carnival

The Carnival is coming! Princess and Fairy can’t wait to see all the amazing action in the Big Top, but first they must gather everything on their list of enchanted items.

Starting their Carnival adventure in Curious Treat Street, they make their way to Wild Woolly Acres collecting items along the way. They finally reach the big top and deliver their found treasures to the Carnival King in time to join in all the fun of the Enchanting Carnival celebrations.

Cute bunnies Princess and Fairy return in another gorgeous Fairyland look and find adventure. As with other Princess and Fairy storybooks, the beautiful watercolour illustrations bu author/illustrator Anna Pignataro are sure to captivate young readers as they look for the various items needed to make the Carnival a success. The final pages, as they reach the Carnival big top, include a liberal sprinkling of silver glitter as all good Fairyland Enchanting Carnivals should.

Princess and Fairy – Enchanting Carnival is the perfect look and find picture book for little girls fascinated by the wonders of Fairyland. The story is presented in rhyming verse and offers a gentle message of friendship and the joy to be found in helping others. 

Title: Princess and Fairy - Enchanting Carnival
Author/Illustrator: Anna Pignataro
Publisher: Scholastic, $19.99 RRP
Publication Date: November 2012
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781742833200
For ages: 3 - 7
Type: Picture book, Look and find book

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