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Kayla the Pottery Fairy (Rainbow Magic #141)

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These fairies are crafty!
Rainspell Island is hosting an Arts and Crafts Week. Rachel and Kirsty can't wait to try all the different creative activities! But Jack Frost has other plans. He likes making chaos more than making art.
Now that Kayla the Pottery Fairy's vase is missing, ceramic projects are in trouble! Can Rachel and Kirsty put a stop to Jack Frost's antics befo
Paperback, 80 pages
Published April 3rd 2014 by Orchard Books
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With Camila on a snow day, for old times' sake.
Oct 31, 2016 Maryam rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love pottery! This story is based on Kayla, (witch i the fairy on the cover) her magic vase is missing the goblins have stolen it, it's up to Kristy and Rachel to find it!
Rachel and Kristy visit Rainspell Island for Arts and Crafts week while Fairyland is also hosting Magical Crafts Week. Jack Frost and his goblins try to sabotage crafts week by stealing all of the magical craft fairies’ special objects. Will Magical Crafts Week be ruined, and how will Rainspell Island have an amazing arts and crafts week without the help of the magical crafts fairies? Rachel and Kristy are ready to help reunite their fairy friends with their special objects and enjoy ...more
Dec 23, 2015 Jennifer rated it liked it
My primary girls adore this series, so I figured it was past time I read one. Not something I found particularly interesting as an adult, but I see the appeal for younger kids just embarking on longer books.
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I like it and I enjoyed this story because it is my first craft fairy book. I like these fairies because they enjoying crafting. For example Kayla is crafty with her pottery.
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I liked it when the goblins were making themselves look messy by playing in the clay.
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She does pottery and it's one of my favorite things.
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