Series: Disney Fairies: Tales from Pixie Hollow

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The Trouble With Tink by Kiki Thorpe01
Beck and the Great Berry Battle by Laura Driscoll02
Vidia and the Fairy Crown by Laura Driscoll03
Lily's Pesky Plant by Kirsten Larsen04
Rani in the Mermaid Lagoon by Lisa Papademetriou05
Fira and the Full Moon by Gail Herman06
A Masterpiece for Bess by Lara Bergen07
Prilla and the Butterfly Lie by Kitty Richards08
Tink, North of Never Land by Kiki Thorpe09
Beck Beyond the Sea by Kimberly Morris10
Dulcie's Taste of Magic by Gail Herman11
Silvermist and the Ladybug Curse by Gail Herman12
Fawn and the Mysterious Trickster by Laura Driscoll13
Iridessa, Lost at Sea by Lisa Papademetriou14
Rosetta's Daring Day by Lisa Papademetriou15
Queen Clarion's Secret by Kimberly Morris16
Myka Finds Her Way by Gail Herman17
Lily in Full Bloom by Laura Driscoll18
Vidia Meets Her Match by Kiki Thorpe19
Four Clues for Rani by Catherine Daly20
Trill Changes Her Tune by Gail Herman21
Tink in a Fairy Fix by Kiki Thorpe22
Rosetta's Dress Mess (Disney Fairies) (Disney Chapters) by Laura Driscoll23
Disney Fairies Collection #1: The Trouble with Tink/Beck and the Great Berry Battle by Laura Driscoll1-2
Disney Fairies Collection #2: Vidia and the Fairy Crown/Lily's Pesky Plant by Laura Driscoll3-4
Disney Fairies Collection #3: Rani & the Mermaid Lagoon/Fira and the Full Moon by Lisa Papademetriou5-6
Disney Fairies Collection #4: A Masterpiece for Bess, Prilla and the Butterfly Lie by Lara Bergen7-8
Disney Fairies Collection #5: Tink, North of Never Land/Beck Beyond the Sea by Kiki Thorpe9-10
Disney Fairies Collection #5: Dulcie's Taste of Magic/Silvermist and the Ladybug Curse by Gail Herman11-12

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  1. Disney Fairies: Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg by Gail Carson Levine (2005)
  2. The Perfect Pumpkin Hunt by Walt Disney Productions (2012)
  3. Fairy Rescue Team (Disney Fairies) (Pictureback(R)) by Walt Disney Productions (2010)
  4. Tinker Bell by Kimberly Morris (2008)
  5. The Space Between by Kiki Thorpe (2013)
  6. Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (Disney Fairies) (Junior Novel) by Kimberly Morris (2010)
  7. Disney Fairies Storybook Collection by Disney Book Group (2011)
  8. The Fairy Without Wings (Disney's Wonderful World of Reading) by Inc. Disney Enterprises (2007)
  9. The Charm Bracelet by Emily Rodda (2000)
  10. Katie the Kitten Fairy by Daisy Meadows (2006)
  11. Crystal the Snow Fairy by Daisy Meadows (2004)
  12. Lions at Lunchtime by Mary Pope Osborne (1998)
  13. Look and Find: Disney Fairies by Art Mawhinney (2007)
  14. Disney Princess: Aurora: The Perfect Party (Disney Princess Early Chapter Books) by Wendy Loggia (2011)
  15. Tinkering Tink (An Embossed Storybook) (Disney Fairies) by Disney Book Group (2008)

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What isn't a series?

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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