Title: How to See Fairies
Publisher: Smithmark Pub
Publication Date: 1999
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
dust jacket in brodart wraps. edge and corner wear to dust jacket and boards. some wear at inside seam of back end papers. clean, tight. Bookseller Inventory # 025372
Synopsis: HOW TO SEE FAIRIES is a delightful treasure chest brimming with fairy-inspired goodies: a gorgeous illustrated book, a blank journal in which to record your own fairy sightings, three note cards, a mini poster, and a bookmark. Its nostalgic artwork combined with its contemporary, updated packaging make it a great gift for all ages. Keepsake box includes a full-color 32-page book, a 32-page fill-in journal, three note cards with envelopes, a bookmark, and a mini poster.
Charles van Sandwyk is an author and illustrator who lives part of the year in the Fiji Islands, where the tropical setting furnishes inspiration for his unique art. He has exhibited his work in galleries around the world.
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