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Vidia and the Fairy Crown by Laura Driscoll
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There is something interesting about a fairy with attitude. Vidia is not one of the nicest fairies but she is still interesting. In fact she seems to make an appearance in every book. Also, Vidia’s conflict with the Queen sort of humorous. This was a good mini quest. ( )
  lavenderagate | Aug 19, 2011 |
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  cindyzhou2010 | May 2, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736423729, Paperback)

Vidia can be nasty and selfish, but is she a thief? When she is falsely accused of stealing Queen Clarion’s crown, she begins an investigation that leads her on a wild-goose chase to the far corners of the Home Tree. Will Vidia be able to clear her name in time?

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When Vidia, a disagreeable fairy, finds herself accused of stealing the Queen's tiara, she enlists the aid of a fellow sprite to help investigate and the two race against time to clear Vidia's name.

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