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Lily in Full Bloom (Disney Fairies)
Synopses & Reviews
This blooming good story is the 18th book in our popular Disney Fairies chapter book series, which features Tinker Bell's adventures in Never Land with her fairy friends.
Lily has always thought of herself as a garden-talent fairy first and foremost. But after Tink challenges the other talents to think up new ideas, Lily discovers she's pretty good at inventing things, too, like her new flowers, the panglories. They grow anywhere—in dirt, on wood, even on rocks! But then little gray spots pop up, first on the panglories, then on other flowers, until all the plants in Pixie Hollow start losing their colors. Can Lily invent a way out of this new fix?
After Tink challenges the other talents to think up new ideas, Lily, a garden-talent fairy, discovers she's good at inventing things, too, like her new flowers, the panglories. But when the panglories take over Pixie Hollow, can Lily invent a way out of this fix? Illustrations.
About the Author
A former editor at Disney and Penguin Putnam, Laura Driscoll has written many books for young readers, including three other Fairies chapter books, Vidia and the Fairy Crown, Beck and the Great Berry Battle, and Fawn and the Mysterious Trickster, as well as popular easy-to-read titles such as Frogs, Tinytown Ball, and The Bravest Cat Ever.
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