The Fairy Realm

The Fairy Realm Join Jessie and her friends for a series of unforgettable adventures When Jessie finds the invisible door to the Fairy Realm she enters a magical world full of elves fairies storytelling furrybears
  • Title: The Fairy Realm
  • Author: Emily Rodda
  • ISBN: 9780733311871
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Fairy Realm
    Join Jessie and her friends for a series of unforgettable adventures When Jessie finds the invisible door to the Fairy Realm, she enters a magical world full of elves, fairies, storytelling furrybears, fearsome griffins and unicorns.Jessie, the feisty, likeable young heroine, is an ordinary girl whose seemingly ordinary grandmother is actually a fairy queen.This collectioJoin Jessie and her friends for a series of unforgettable adventures When Jessie finds the invisible door to the Fairy Realm, she enters a magical world full of elves, fairies, storytelling furrybears, fearsome griffins and unicorns.Jessie, the feisty, likeable young heroine, is an ordinary girl whose seemingly ordinary grandmother is actually a fairy queen.This collection has everything adventure, danger, humour, great story telling, a likeable heroine, and the small problems at home and school that are common to all children.
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    About " Emily Rodda "

  • Emily Rodda

    Emily Rodda real name Jennifer Rowe was born in Sydney, Australia and graduated from the University of Sydney in 1973 with an MA Hons in English Literature Moving into a publishing career, first as a book editor, and finally as a publisher at Angus Robertson, Rodda s first book was published in 1984.

  • 522 Comments

  • The book that started it all The first book I truely got lost in as a kid and started my hunger to devour books I now have a copy read to read to my children in hope of doing the same Thankyou Emily


  • One of my favourite childhood series, I was expecting it to be extremely immature basic in its writing and storyline after returning to it after all this time as an adult, but Emily Rodda s writing is still just as easy to get lost in The stories themselves are short, as a lot of children s books are, so there is usually only one problem in each story and it gets resolved rather quickly, but her level of descriptiveness is enchanting and really sets you in the scene This series includes all the [...]


  • When you ve exhausted the seemingly inexhaustible rainbow magic fairy series, this is the one to turn to Simone s in grade two, seems right about the right age for it, takes a coupla sittings to get through one book.


  • A childhood favorite Simple stories and characters but with a lovely writing style that engages you in the story no matter your age Recently re read to see if i still wanted to keep this on my shelves and it is a definite yes from me






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