When Sophie moves her teddies, she finds a magical fairy door in the skirting board. Bella the fairy flies in and takes her to fairyland - with the help of some fairy dust. After flying through fairyland they catch the tea-cup train home again - but it won't go and no amount of fairy dust will help. Thank goodness Sophie has the answer and saves the day! A full colour, read-out-loud picture book told in rhyme illustrated by Erica Jane Waters.
The sixth fableous book in Suzanne Selfors' Ever After High: A School Story series.Meeshell is not an ordinary mermaid princess; she knows that someday, when she is older, she will leave her sea kingdom and live happily ever after on land with her prince. The thought of living on land is thrilling but also nerve-racking. Meeshell is glad she has years to prepare! But there is a change in the tides, and now Meeshell will start attending Ever After High. She has almost no time to do all of her preparing and planning. Can Meeshell fit in at Ever After High, or will she stand out like a fish out of water? 2016 Mattel. All Rights Reserved.
About the Author
Best-selling author, Suzanne Selfors, feels like a royal on some days and a rebel on others. She's written many books for kids, including the Smells Like Dog series and The Imaginary Veterinary series.
She has two charming children and lives on a magical island kingdom where she hopes it is her destiny to write stories forever after.
This was the indispensable handbook for American pioneers traveling west in the mid 19th century. Commissioned and published by the U.S. government and written in a straightforward and helpful voice by U.S. Army officer Randolph Barnes Marcy (1812-1887), it offers all the useful and necessary advice overland travelers to the far West needed to ensure a safe journey: . the different routes to California and Oregon . how to pack a wagon for the journey . finding and purifying water . repairing broken wagons . weathering storms . how to handle saddle wounds . the best way to make a fire on the prairie . interacting with Indians . hints on the best methods of hunting . and much more. Complete with all the original maps and illustrations, this replica edition is a remarkable artifact of one of the most exciting and dangerous eras in American history.
This book presents papers from an international conference, held in Bonn, Germany in February 2005, that dealt with integrated water resources management in industrialized and developing countries. The papers detail such emerging concepts as blue and green water, virtual water, the water footprints of nations, multi-agent modeling, linkages between water and biodiversity, and social learning and adaptive management.
This book takes the reader on a circular tour of the region, beginning at Cairngorm Mountain and then proceeding in an anti-clockwise direction. It aims to represent as much in the way of scenery, places of interest, flora and fauna as possible so as to convey the immense variety of all there is to be explored.
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