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Eavesdrop on the fairies as they tell stories no human child has heard before Familiar fairy stories - but, this time, told from the fairies' viewpoint. Unabridged
Georgie Adams is the author of many popular books for young children: The Bible Storybook, The First Christmas, Nanny Fox and A Year Full of Stories. Sally Gardner was a very successful designer of sets and costumes for the theatre but always wanted to write and illustrate books for children. Books include The Little Nut Tree, Playtime Rhymes and the bestselling A Book of Princesses. Sally Gardner trained at art college and went on to work in the theatre, winning awards for her costume designs for some notable productions. After her twin daughters and her son were born she started to illustrate children's books, and then turned to writing. She lives in North London. Emma Chambers is perhaps still best known for her role as Alice Tinker, the dizzy verger in The Vicar of Dibley opposite Dawn French, for which she won a 1998 British Comedy Award for Best Actress. She also starred as Charity Pecksniff in the acclaimed BBC production of Martin Chuzzlewit, and in How do You Want Me?, The Mixer, Skullduggery, The Secret Garden and Drop The Dead Donkey.OOn film, she has appeared as William's zany sister Honey in the film Notting Hill and in Bridget Jones's Diary and Mickey Blue Eyes. She will be seen as Betsy in the film The Clandestine Marriage. Her many theatre credits include Tartuffe at the Almeida, Trelawney of the Wells and Invisible Friends at the Royal National Theatre and Henceforward in the West End.
'Perfect for listening at bedtime. A refreshing changer from some of today's stories proving that recipe for beginning (once upon a time) and ending (happily every after) still enchants today's sophisticated youngsters.' CAROUSEL 'A collection of well-known fairy tales that young and old will never tire of hearing' -- Kim Bunce THE OBSERVER 'Original stories are told by the fairies themselves. The two girls who tested this out for me were both captivated' -- Vidar Hjardeng DISABILITY TIMES