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The Wonderful Starberries

Book Description
The Wonderful Starberries is for Ages 9-12. The Wonderful Starberries was written by . The Wonderful Starberries was published by Lothian Books. Subjects of The Wonderful Starberries include Children's Fiction, Fairy tales, folk tales, fables, magical tales & traditional stories, and Juvenile Fiction / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Anthologies.
Book Information
PublisherLothian Books
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages96
Publication Date10/09/2008
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About (Author) : Eleanor was born in Tasmania and has written close to fifty children's books. She was awarded a distinguished Alumni Award for services to children's literature by Canberra University. The Faraway F... more
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About Andy Smith (Illustrator) : I am a Melbourne-based freelance illustrator with a love for all things Fae and the world of Tolkien. Recently I completed work on the Faraway Fairies series by Eleanor Coombe, published by Lothian Ch... more
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3/10/2009 Andy Smith said: Blaize has lost his magical guitar, and someone is playing terrible tunes with it and mesmerising everyone on Faraway Island! Astara sets a quest for the fairies to make a new guitar to restore peace to the island. Can the fairies find the rare and special materials they need?
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