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Gabriella the Snow Kingdom Fairy (Rainbow Magic)

4.01 of 5 stars 4.01  ·  rating details  ·  297 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Gabriella the Snow Kingdom fairy makes Christmas a sparkly, cosy & happy time with her three magical objects - the magic snowflake, the magic firestone & the festive spirit. But Jack Frost & his goblins have stolen them! Can Kirsty & Rachel help Gabriella find the objects before Christmas is ruined for everyone?
Paperback, 176 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Orchard (NY)
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Nov 29, 2014 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: children starting to read chapter books
I found this book in a stack of books our youngest wanted to give away. I did not remember reading it, and I have no idea how she got it. She says she read it, but it looks to be in new condition and I wouldn't be surprised if she outgrew it before she ever had a chance to read it.

It's a fast read, one of the Special Edition stories in the Rainbow Magic series of books by Daisy Meadows. These special edition books contain three stories in one book; this one has a winter theme, but not pertaining
Jun 09, 2014 Chloe added it
this book is about getting 3 things back from the goblins to make winter fun. The things were: a snowflake, a festive spirit and a firestone. My favorite thing was when the goblins got scared of an ice sculpture of their master Jack Frost.
Rachel and Kristy now are helping Gabriella the snow kingdom fairy find her magic snow flake. If Gabriella dosent find her magic snow flake WINTER WILL NEVER BE PERFECT AGAIN!!!
The book was ok. by Mischa
This book was great! I used to love these books when I was in primary school and when I visited my cousin she had this on her shelf. For old times sake I decided to read it to pass time. I forgot how simple and repetative the plots are but this book really took me back. Great for young readers, I really recommend this book!
I found this book in the library a few days ago and I was so excited to find a Rainbow Magic book that I hadn't read yet. Just like all the other Rainbow Magic books, it's a great one! It's exciting because you never know what the goblins and Jack Frost are going to do next.
well I started to read these books in first grade me and my friend rylee loved these books so I thought I want to read some more of them and I read and the next day I went to the libary and got 8 more one of these books cause I loved them
I like that Jack Frost has never been so nice. But the holiday spirit potion made him that way! I also liked that the goblins trade the magic firestone for a present for Jack Frost's party.
I liked that they dressed up in disguise in one part to get past the goblins. That chapter was my favourite part of the story.
I liked it. my favorite part was when Rachel and Kirsty gave Jack Frost a cake.
My daughter sure enjoyed this one. She can't seem to get enough of the fairies.
I like this book because it is very intresting.
Go Gabriella go!! Otherwise known as GGg.

Easy, interesting read.
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