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Dec 01 2014

Luna the Loom Band Fairy by Daisy Meadows

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Rainbow Magic series. Orchard Books, 2014. ISBN 9781408338988
(Age: 6-9) Newly independent readers. Rachel and Kirsty must use all their ingenuity and problem solving when naughty Jack Frost steals Luna the Loom Band Fairy's golden loom that ensures everyone can make wonderful loom band craft. Suddenly everyone's loom art goes wrong and Rachel and Kirsty use their magic dust to give Luna a helping hand.
Loom band arts and crafts have enormous appeal for this age group and Daisy Meadows has written an engaging story that will hit the spot with the young handicraft enthusiasts. They will get lots of ideas for making loom band articles as well as enjoying a story with magical fairy characters.
Rachel and Kirsty have a special bond of friendship that sees them working together to get the best of Jack Frost when he threatens to spoil everyone's fun. Illustrations interspersed throughout the book will help the newly independent reader and expand on the story.
This book is sure to be a winner with the Rainbow magic series fans as well as those who enjoy doing craft. Activities, games and book news can be found at the Rainbow Magic page.
Pat Pledger

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