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Prilla and the Butterfly Lie by Kitty…

Prilla and the Butterfly Lie

by Kitty Richards, Denise Shimabukuro (Illustrator)

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Series: Disney Fairies: Tales from Pixie Hollow (08)

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This one was cute. I Prilla is she a fairy with the talent of blinking to the clumsies (humans) mainland and playing with child. This talent keeps the fairies alive because it keeps the belief of fairies alive. I wish there was a little more of her using her talent because I think it cute when she plays with the kids. It had a pretty good lesson at the end too. ( )
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Kitty Richardsprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Shimabukuro, DeniseIllustratormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Komiyama, MinoriTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736424199, Paperback)

Prilla just can't say no. When Nettle asks her to join in on caterpillar sheering for the second day in a row, Prilla tells a little white lie—she prefers butterflies to caterpillars. Then all the butterfly-herding talent fairies come down with a case of fairy pox, and because of her "love of butterflies," Prilla is asked to help out. But butterfly-herding is a lot harder than it sounds. Butterflies are downright mischievous, making Prilla's life perfectly miserable. Is it time for Prilla to 'fess up?

"A charming tale about finding faith in oneself." Discovery Girls

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:42 -0400)

After lying to spare a friend's feelings, Prilla, a mainland-visiting, clapping-talent fairy, finds herself spending a day as a butterfly herder, while strange things keep happening to her.

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