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Mi Pequena Encic Hadas y Princesas: My Little Encyclopedia: Fairies & Princesses

Mi Pequena Encic Hadas y Princesas: My Little Encyclopedia: Fairies & Princesses

by Editors of Larousse (Mexico)

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Children's Literature - Mandy Cruz
In this adorable little reference book we are taken on a journey through fairy tale land to learn the differences between princesses and fairies. Fairies wear a pointy hat, while princesses wear a crown. The fairy's dress is adorned with stars, the princess's with diamonds. Fairies fly while being pulled by white swans or a unicorn, and the princess's mode of travel is in a carriage pulled by horses. The princess lives in a castle, and the fairy lives in the forest. Any questions you might have about fairies and princesses are answered in this tiny encyclopedia, including famous fairies from around the world. The book also mentions magical trinkets like the magic mirror and golden rings as well as enchanted creatures such as the Phoenix and the unicorn. The book would not be complete without the mention of the evil fairies and goblins. With drawings fit for a princess or fairy, this book is a whimsical addition to any fantasy lover's bookshelf. Reviewer: Mandy Cruz

Product Details

Publication date:
Mi Pequena Enciclopedia Series
Edition description:
Spanish-language Edition
Product dimensions:
7.05(w) x 6.88(h) x 0.11(d)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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