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Fairies of Kawakawa / Tiffany Wagstaff.

By: Wagstaff, Tiffany.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Feilding, New Zealand : Rangitawa Publishing, 2019Description: 172 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780995116603.Subject(s): Girls -- Juvenile fiction | Fairies -- Juvenile fiction | Authors, New Zealand -- WhanganuiGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. Summary: "Alice thought she knew all there was to know about her little forest. Imagine her delight to find the kawakawa grove is home to dozens of fairies! But there is trouble across the driveway, where the mysterious Patupaiarehe are in danger of losing their home. Through her hew found friend, Alice discovers the magic of nature and that being real and lovely is enough to make a difference"-- Back cover.
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Alice thought she knew all there was to know about her little forest. Imagine her delight to find the kawakawa grove is home to dozens of fairies! But there is trouble across the driveway, where the mysterious Patupaiarehe are in danger of losing their home. Through her hew found friend, Alice discovers the magic of nature and that being real and lovely is enough to make a difference. A New Zealand fairy tale.

Story for children.

"Alice thought she knew all there was to know about her little forest. Imagine her delight to find the kawakawa grove is home to dozens of fairies! But there is trouble across the driveway, where the mysterious Patupaiarehe are in danger of losing their home. Through her hew found friend, Alice discovers the magic of nature and that being real and lovely is enough to make a difference"-- Back cover.

Tiffany lives with her partner, their two daughters and a collection of animals on a little farm near Whanganui, New Zealand.