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A Fairy Went a-Marketing (1918)

by Rose Fyleman

Other authors: Jamichael Henterly (Illustrator)

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A kindly fairy uses her purchases only for a short time, then releases them for their own good or the good of others.

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This story of a lovely fairy's marketing day was originally published in 1918. This book's bright detailed pictures are a wonderful glimpse into fairyland. As the fairy indulges herself with thrilling purchases she remembers to treat all creatures with kindness. The fauna and flora in this book are beautifully detailed and the realistic snow-drops, bleeding hearts, trilliums, and thistles make you feel like you too are a-marketing with the fairy. ( )
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Henterly, JamichaelIllustratorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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