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The Treebobs and Air Rena: Air Rena

by Harney Declan

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A wonderful story!

One day, the peacefulness of the Enchanted Forest is destroyed by a loud voice from above.

“Good morning,” Rotten Rena cackles from her enormous airship, I’m starting an airship passenger service between the Enchanted Forest and the Dark Wood she announces proudly.

Her airship is so noisy and her plans so damaging to the forest, that the fairies and Treebobs decide they have to do something.

They call a meeting and after Bindweed Belle has explained how an airship works, Treebob, Brenda Breezewater has an idea...

Being evil, and upsetting those around you might seem fun at the time but Rotten Rena’s bad deeds and mischievous ways are about to backfire on her.

Will the Treebobs and fairies succeed?

To find out you must read the book!

Within the story lies an important message for children, which is that thoughtfulness, teamwork and respect for others, conquer over being selfish and inconsiderate.

Another captivating Treebob adventure, which is beautifully illustrated. ( )
  Susan-Keefe | Oct 28, 2013 |
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