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Daisy Meadows - Sugar & Spice Fairies, The #6: Layla the Cotton Candy Fairy

The Sugar & Spice Fairies

Sugar & Spice Fairies, The #6: Layla the Cotton Candy Fairy

Author: Daisy Meadows

  • AGES 7 - 10 
  • Genre Fantasy
The Sugar and Spice Fairies' magic protects sweet treats in both Fairyland and the human world. When mean Jack Frost steals the fairies' delicious magical items, dessert everywhere takes a sour turn. Good thing Rachel and Kirsty are ready to find the missing charm and save the delicious magic!
The fairies of Fairyland use their magic to keep the world happy and bright, but sometimes they need a little help. That's where Rachel Walker and Kirsty Tate come in. Whenever mean Jack Frost and his mischievous goblins steal one of the fairies' magical objects, it's up to these two friends to set things right in Fairyland. With a little magic on their side, Rachel and Kirsty outwit Jack Frost, track down the missing object, and restore happiness to the world.
While some Rainbow Magic stories appear as special editions, most are part of seven-book sets focused on a specific kind of fairy. With themes from pets to weather to dance, these collections make it easy for readers to collect books that relate to their interests. Simple line drawings add excitement and help support the text, while familiar characters and predictable plots help readers develop the skills to tackle more complex chapter books.

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