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A Fairy Tale

RK Wheeler

Publisher: Robert K. Wheeler

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A beautiful nursery rhyme about fairies.  Adorned with colorful fairies each page will enchant and mesmerise.  A story to help your child overcome fears of being alone.  Told as only RK Wheeler can your child will want to read this with you again and again.

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