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The Woman Who Flummoxed the Fairies (edizione 1996)

di Heather Forest (Autore), Susan Gaber (Illustratore)

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Asked to make a cake for the fairies, a clever bakerwoman must figure out a way to prevent the fairies from wanting to keep her with them always to bake her delicious cakes.
Titolo:The Woman Who Flummoxed the Fairies
Autori:Heather Forest (Autore)
Altri autori:Susan Gaber (Illustratore)
Info:HMH Books for Young Readers (1996), Edition: 1, 32 pages
Collezioni:Book Room
Etichette:Folktales, Five Senses, Traditional Literature

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I have to agree with the last line in this humorous and creative book ���For fairies��� gold, they say, is like love or knowledge���or a good story. It is most valuable when it���s shared.��� The Woman Who Flummoxed The Fairies is just that- a very good story.

I found the illustrations rustic-old timer, but full of beautiful detail. Throughout the book I found myself snickering at what the bakerwoman made these fairies do. The kids were laughing at the scene of items floating out of the house by these invisible fairies, which was witness by a very flummoxed husband a baby. Even the dog and the house cat floated out the window.

The ending had me laughing so hard it became contagious. The baby���s final role in the whole ordeal was priceless. This is one story that we all loved as a family, that we have read over and over again-never tiring of the laughter it produces.
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  OurWolvesDen | Mar 29, 2020 |
A gifted baker is kidnapped by the king of the fairies to stay forever in his realm as his personal cake-maker! She asks for the things she needs from her house to help her bake, and her requests get more and more obnoxious. They can't stand her crying baby, barking dog, and huge husband. The king frees her, and she promises to always leave offerings of fine baked goods where he and his fairies can find them.

AGES: 6-8
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  kendianna | Oct 24, 2017 |
(88) Storyteller Forest is back with this Scottish tale of a an extraordinary baker who manages to oufox the fairies who have captured her. Gentle, muted illustrations add an otherworldly touch. Highly recommended. Review based on publisher's galley via ( )
  activelearning | Oct 13, 2013 |
A woman was known far and wide for making wonderful cakes, and word of her craft came to the fairies. Soon the fairies captured the woman and carried her off to the fairy kingdom. The woman was worried she would never be able to return, so cleverly she asked for things she needed from home to bake the cake which would also be anathema to the fairies.

A delightful retelling of an old Scottish tale. ( )
  debnance | Sep 14, 2013 |
When a bakerwoman is kidnapped because her cake is known to be the best. She convinces the fairies to bring her various items from her own kitchen. After chaos erupts in the kitchen, the woman makes a deal with the Fairy King and she is set free.
  christivance | May 11, 2009 |
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Gaber, SusanIllustratoreautore principaletutte le edizioniconfermato
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