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4 edition of The Mud Fairy found in the catalog.

The Mud Fairy

by Amy Young

  • 295 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Bloomsbury U.S.A. Children"s Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fairies -- Fiction,
  • Frogs -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Emmalina the fairy describes how, after many efforts, she finally earned her wings.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Amy Young.
    GenreFiction
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.Y845 Mu 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23397171M
    ISBN 109781599901046, 9781599903125
    LC Control Number2009018252

    Fun in the Mud sparks enthusiasm about the natural world. A child looking at the wetlands in boredom meets two fairies who introduce him/her to the wonders of this environment. (The child's gender is ambiguous, open to the audience's interpretation.)/5.   Andrew Lang's Fairy Books Aesop's Fables Brothers Grimm Charles Skinner Joseph Jacobs Hans Christian Andersen La Fontaine Thomas Frederick Crane The Chinese Fairy Book Elsie Spicer Eells Parker Fillmore Mabel Cook Cole Carl Sandburg Elizabeth Willis De Huff K. Langloh Parker Flora Annie Steel William Elliot Griffis Elphinstone Dayrell Sophie.

    Smith delivers some of the best work of his career here, but, for me, it’s Heide’s prose that really makes Princess Hyacinth a classic. Her text reads like it was mined directly out of the mind of a kid, like the smartest seven-year-old in the world is telling you the greatest story she’s ever heard and, in my experience, kids eat that up.   Miss Sofie's Story Time - Kids Books Read Aloud Recommended for you Fairy Tales as Short Bedtime Stories: The Story of Goldilocks and The 3 Bears - Duration:

    Artemis Fowl is the first book in the Artemis Fowl series. It follows the adventures of Artemis Fowl, a year-old criminal mastermind, as he kidnaps a fairy for a large ransom of gold with the help of his bodyguard, Domovoi Butler, and his sister, Juliet Butler, to restore the Fowl family multiple attempts by the Lower Elements Police (LEP) fairy police, including Author: Eoin Colfer. The Book of the People is the Fairy bible, known by the fairies themselves simply as the Book. It is written in Gnommish, the fairy language. As it contains the history of the People and their life teachings, Artemis Fowl manages to secure a copy from an alcoholic fairy in Ho Chi Minh City and use it to kidnap Holly Short, and to decode Gnommish.


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One difference is that The Mud Fairy is told in the first person, in prose; while the Fairiest Fairy is a rhyming story in the third person. However, Mud Fairy was published in and Fairiest Fairy in But it was interesting how similar they /5.

She loves going around now telling us that she The Mud Fairy book a Mud Fairy. It is well written, with an easy to follow story, that is cute and not too long. The illustrations are beautiful and sweet.5/5(11). Amy has created somewhere around fourteen picture books, including her most recent series, A UNICORN NAMED SPARKLE (Farrar Straus Giroux).

Other books include THE MUD FAIRY (Bloomsbury USA), DON’T EAT THE BABY. (Viking), and BELINDA THE BALLERINA (Viking)/5(1). Emmelina would rather play with her friends, the frogs. But can a fairy with an independent streak earn her wings if she goes against the fairy code. Warm, humorous, and with just the right amount of pink (and mud), here's a book that will capture.

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We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now. When the fairy test comes she keeps messing up because she just wants to have fun The Mud Fairy book play in the mud.

She thinks she is never going to earn her wings become a true fairy until she finds what she is truly good a doing. I would recommend this book to students 3rd-5th grade/5(2). Year Published Word Count Text Complexity; Lexile Level: Currently Not Available; ATOS Reading Level: ; AR Quiz Numbers; This book is a great opening to spring or any mud projects.

The pages are colorful and the words are simple, but descriptive enough to capture little ones' attention. Read more/5(20). In the book The Mud Pony you will find a lonely little boy wanting to make friends. He finds his friendship in the Mud Pony.

The boy creates the Mud Pony by using natural clay to form it. This book is a lot like The Legend of The Paintbrush. The little girl in the story used different natural materials to create paint to help tell her story/5. Emmelina would rather play with her friends, the frogs.

But can a fairy with an independent streak earn her wings if she goes against the fairy code. Warm, humorous, and with just the right amount of pink (and mud), here's a book 5/5(1).

A glass kingdom is no place for a Mud Fairy. Bloom and her mud fairy magic might be able to turn weeds into flowers and spin sand into glass, but the people of the kingdom ceaselessly complain about the trails of dirt and puddles of mud that seem to follow her every step, and finally they cast her out/5.

The Mud Fairy (Hardcover) By Amy Young, Amy Young (Illustrator) Bloomsbury USA Childrens,40pp. Publication Date: March 1, She loves going around now telling us that she is a Mud Fairy. It is well written, with an easy to follow story, that is cute and not too long.

The illustrations are beautiful and sweet.5/5. Mud, started out talking about the snow melting, the ground smelling like trees and thawing earth. Then went on to feet in the mud, green grass growing, then feet in the grass. I liked the illustrations in the book, however, the grass in some spots /5.

Wearing pink and tiptoing through the dewdrops is for wimps. Emmelina would rather play with her friends, the frogs. But can a fairy with an independent streak earn her wings if she goes against the fairy code.

Warm, humorous, and with just the right amount of pink (and mud), here's a book that will capture the hearts of girly-girls and tomboys alike. Tomboys can take heart: they have a fairy counterpart in Young's (the Belinda the Ballerina books) feisty heroine.

Emmalina has a dilemma: she. The Langs' Fairy Books are a series of 25 collections of true and fictional stories for children published between and by Andrew Lang and his wife, Leonora Blanche : Andrew Lang, Nora Lang. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Mud Fairy at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(11).

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My youngest child is starting to get out of board books and into regular picture books, but I have to choose them carefully because those with too much text are still beyond her attention span. So I've started browsing the picture-book shelves at the public library again, which is delightful.