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Giselle The Christmas Ballet Fairy by Daisy Meadows

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Giselle The Christmas Ballet Fairy by Daisy Meadows
The Rainbow Magic Fairies have visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads—it's Christmastime in Fairyland! Jack Frost is on the naughty list! Every year, Giselle the Christmas Ballet Fairy's special magic helps every holiday ballet show run perfectly. But when Jack Frost crashes a performance and steals her magic objects, it looks like everything will be ruined! Rachel and Kirsty need to get the magic objects back in time for the Fairyland Christmas Eve ballet performance. They'll have to harness all the magic of the season to help Giselle. If they don't succeed, holiday shows everywhere will be ruined by Fairyland's biggest grinch! Find the magic objects in all three stories inside this Rainbow Magic Special Edition and help save the Christmas magic! (catalog summary)

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