By Daisy Meadows
First Scholastic printing, February 2009.
Age variety: 7 - 10 Years
The Petal Fairies: a set of all seven books in one!
• The Petal Fairies number one: Tia the Tulip Fairy
• The Petal Fairies #2: Pippa the Poppy Fairy
• The Petal Fairies #3: Louise the Lily Fairy
• The Petal Fairies #4: Charlotte the Sunflower Fairy
• The Petal Fairies #5: Olivia the Orchid Fairy
• The Petal Fairies #6: Danielle the Daisy Fairy
• The Petal Fairies #7: Ella the Rose Fairy
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