Imagine You're a Fairy! by Meg Clibbon
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An enchanting guide for anyone who's ever dreamt of being a fairy!

Did you know that fairies can be short, small, fat, tall, or thin? Whatever they look like, all fairies are very clever and very magical. And have you ever wondered where fairies live?

This offbeat and highly amusing guide describes the essentials for any child who decides to become a fairy: a magic wand, flying shoes, a cloak of invisibility, glitter, and a regal expression.

This book offers masses of practical information. Within these pages, readers will discover everything they need to know about fairy outfits and clothes, equipment and accessories. There's even detailed information on magic and spells. Young fairies might choose the spell for good luck or the one for making general mischief. And be sure to check out the pages on wands and flying practice, both critical to a successful career as a fairy. You will also find out about fairy godmothers and the code of conduct that fairies must obey.

Full of imagination and a quirky sense of humor that will hit kids' funny bone, this is a hugely entertaining book on the upside-down world of fairies. And there could be no better person to illustrate it than Lucy Loveheart, who must have been a fairy once herself.

 

About Meg Clibbon

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Merry Meg and Lucy Longstockings are the pen names of Meg Clibbon and Lucy Clibbon, a mother-and-daughter team who have written and illustrated "Imagine You're a Fairy," "Imagine You're a Princess," "Imagine You're a Wizard,"" and Lots of Love," Meg Clibbon and Lucy Clibbon are a mother and daughter team who have written and illustrated several children's books, including "Imagine You're a Fairy," "Imagine You're a Princess," and "Imagine You're a Wizard.
 
Published September 7, 2002 by Annick Press. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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Maties who dream of sentencing others to walk the plank will welcome Imagine You're a Pirate! by Peg Leg Meg Clibbon, illus. by Lucy Blackheart Clibbon. Tongue-in-cheek text outlines the ba

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In the second, Imagine You're a Wizard!, ""Meglin"" and ""Lucy Lightning"" guide readers through the ins and outs of beginner's wizardry, including necessary accessories, secret codes, spells and brief bios on famous wizards.

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Maties who dream of sentencing others to walk the plank will welcome Imagine You're a Pirate!

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