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Fairy Doll has always been at the top of the Christmas tree, radiant in her white dress and tiny silver shoes. No one is quite sure where she came from… but when Great-Grandma gives Fairy Doll to Elizabeth, everything changes for her. Elizabeth is the smallest in the family. Her brothers and sisters are forever leaving her out and bossing her around. She’s convinced she’s useless. Until the day that Great-Grandma gives her the beautiful doll – although it isn’t even Christmas! From that moment on, Elizabeth keeps hearing a little “ting!” – a sound which seems to tell her what to do. Everything is suddenly going right! Could Fairy Doll have magic powers?
A touching classic story for younger readers by Whitbread Award winner and OBE recipient Rumer Godden, beautifully illustrated by Gary Blythe, who won the Kate Greenaway Medal for The Whale’s Song.
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