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A Dozen Fairy Dresses

by Tennant Redbank

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736426639, Paperback)

Hem is a sewing-talent fairy. So when Queen Clarion announces that there's going to be a ball in Pixie Hollow, Hem becomes very busy making beautiful new dresses for all her friends. Rosetta wants a red rose-petal dress. Lily wants an orange tiger-lily dress. And Tink wants a dress made out of daffodils. But when Hem finishes all the other fairies' dresses, she realizes that she has nothing to wear herself!

Fairies fans will love this all-new Step 4 reader, starring all of their favorite Disney fairies.

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With the Purple Moon Night Ball approaching, Hem, a talented seamstress, has big dreams of creating a beautiful new dress until all the other fairies ask her to make new dresses for them.

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