Where the Fairies Fly - Jane Simmons Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841211087 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Jane Simmons / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 32 Pages / Book is published 2002-09-26 by ... more
Where the Fairies Fly - Jane Simmons ... Orchard / An enchanting and magical tale of fantasy. With shimmering, glimmering fairies on a glittering cover, this is the perfect read for all fairy fanatics. Lucy's little brother Jamie can't sleep. He keeps seeing things in the shadows on the ceilings. We need to find the Sleep Fairies, Lucy tells him. And so they fly far away across the ocean to the land where the fairies fly.
Newest Review: ... a favourite, especially as my daughter shares the name of the lead character Lucy. The book is 30 pages long, with some ... more
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by - written on 28/04/09 (Very useful, 145 readings)
Where The Fairies Fly by Jane Simmons ~The Story~ Where The Fairies Fly tells the story of Lucy and her little brother Jamie. Lucy loves to tell stories, particularly to her bear at bedtime. But Jamie hates bedtime and struggles to fall asleep. Using the toys and furniture in their bedroom as inspiration, Lucy takes Jamie on an adventure, in search of the Dreamtime Fairies. Along the way they bump into some familiar characters who offer their own suggestions on how Jamie might find his way to the land of nod. However, Jamie dismisses every suggestion and their quest continues. Overcoming his fear of the dark night time shadows they eventually meet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/07, updated on 22/07/07 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Where the Fairies Fly by Jane Simmons Written by the creator of the bestselling Daisy books, this is a book which was always going to be popular with Little Miss. ~~The Story~~ The story centres around Lucy, who, we discover, loves to tell stories, and her younger brother Jamie. Lucy tells all kinds of stories; deep blue sea stories, flying high stories and magic stories. Lucy loves to lie in bed with Bear and tell him stories, but poor Jamie hated bedtime. When Lucy realises that Jamie cant sleep, she tells him that Bear cant sleep either, so they will all have to go and find the Bedtime fairies. From the first reading of this ... Read the complete review