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Myka Finds Her Way by Gail Herman
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 073642606X, Paperback)

Myka can spot an ant carrying a crumb in a faraway field. She can see an inchworm sliding along a twig in a distant wood. She’s a brave-hearted, sharpeyed fairy scout. Then one morning Myka thinks she spots something dangerous and sounds an alarm—a false alarm. Now Myka’s no longer so sure of herself. She’s starting to think something is wrong with her eyes, but she doesn’t want anyone to know. Can Myka count on her other senses to help her fool everyone?

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As a sharp-eyed fairy scout in Pixie Hollow, Myka protects the other fairies from dangers, but after her eyesight begins to worsen, she uses her other senses to convince everyone that she still can see and do her job.

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