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The Fairy's Return (Hardcover)
Boy meets princess, and it's love at first sight. Both laugh at the same jokes. Both are named after birds. His name is Robin, hers is Lark. Could there ever have been a more perfect match?
But alas! King Harrumphrey won't let Lark marry a baker's son. And Robin is betrothed to someone else.
Now toss in Robin's nonsense-talking brothers, Nat and Matt, their versifying father, and Ethelinda, the fairy who wrought havoc in The Fairy's Mistake, and you've got a "nutcrazical" situation!
A hilarious spoof on "The Golden Goose" by the Brothers Grimm, The Fairy's Return is the sixth Princess Tale from beloved Newbery Honor author and master fairy tale reteller Gail Carson Levine.
About the Author
Gail Carson Levine was born in New York City and shares a birthday with William Carlos Williams. Her first book for children, "Ella Enchanted", won a Newbery Honor and was made into a feature-length film starring Anne Hathaway. Her other books include "A Tale of Two Castles"; the "New York Times" bestsellers "Ever" and "Fairest"; "Dave at Night", an ALA Notable Book and Best Book for Young Adults; "The Wish"; "The Two Princesses of Bamarre"; and the six Princess Tales books. She is also the author of the nonfiction book "Writing Magic: Creating Stories That Fly" and the picture books "Betsy Who Cried Wolf! "and "Betsy Red Hoodie". Gail and her husband, David, live in the Hudson Valley of New York State.
Mark Elliott is Assistant Professor of History at Wagner College in New York City.
The real draw of these attractively designed books is the inventive use of folkloric elements woven into charming, original stories.