5 edition of Come to the fairies" ball found in the catalog.
Come to the fairies" ball
All the fairies are excited to be invited to the King"s ball, except for one young fairy whose only party dress is in tatters.
|Statement||by Jane Yolen ; illustrated by Gary Lippincott.|
|Contributions||Lippincott, Gary A., ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.Y76 Co 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009018247|
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"Come one & come all, / come great & come small, / come winged & come wingless, / bejeweled or ringless, / come walking or riding, / come gawking or gliding, / Come all, come all Come to the fairies ball book the Fairies' Ball" begins this original fairy-tale from prolific children's author and editor Jane Yolen.
As the rhyming text unfolds, fairies of all shapes and sizes rush to prepare, unearthing /5. A whimsical rhyming tale set in a fairy world. The king has set forth an invitation to the fairies: come to the ball. And everyone is in a delightful tizzy, searching for their top hats, their boots, and their crowns—and where-oh-where are those spider-web gowns.
The fairies finally arrive, towed by swans, rowed by fish/5(16). A great fairy picture book to read to grade school children, Come to the Fairies’ Ball also makes a great gift for lovers of fantasy art and pictures of fairies.”– Suite “Come to the Fairies’ Ball uses amazing onomatopoetic vocabulary and still manages to rhyme.
This is one of the most interesting rhyming stories I have ever read. Come to the fairies' ball. [Jane Yolen; Gary A Lippincott] -- All the fairies are excited to be invited to the King's ball, except for one young fairy whose only party dress is in tatters. A beautifully written book by famed author Jane Yolen.
Come to the Fairies Ball is an enchating rhyming story written in rhyme. Come to the Fairies' Ball by Jane Yolen and Gary A. Lippincott. 13 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Name Pronunciation with Jane Yolen; Grade; ; Genre; Fairy Tales / Folklore.
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4to 11" - 13" tall; 32 pages; Oversize HC/DJ. 1st edition; 1st printing. Signed by Lippincott on the title page. Inscribed and signed on the title page by Yolen and dated Inscribed and signed again by Lippincott on the dedication page with a small drawing added. Superb copy feels and appears unread.
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