No. of pages 32
Everyone's favorite fairy princess is back and just in time for her ballet recital in this new picture book addition to the Julie Andrews Collection. At first, when Gerry is cast as the Court Jester and not the Crystal Princess, she is dismayed -- nothing is pink and no one can see her crown under her silly jester hat! But just as the recital looks like it's headed for disaster, our ever-energetic very fairy princess swoops in to save the day!
Gerry's sparkle radiates from the page once more through Christine Davenier's whimsically elegant illustrations in this spirited, ballet-themed follow-up to The Very Fairy Princess from the renowned mother-daughter team of Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton.
This book is part of a book series called Very Fairy Princess .
There are 32 pages in this book. This is a picture book. A picture book uses pictures and text to tell the story. The number of words varies from zero ('wordless') to around 1k over 32 pages. Picture books are typically aimed at young readers (age 3-6) but can also be aimed at older children (7+). This book was published 2011 by Little, Brown & Company .
Julie Andrews Edwards is one of the real stars in the world of entertainment. As Julie Andrews, she is known and loved for her performances in The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins and The Princess Diaries. For over thirty years, she has been an author of children's books and has also brought out chosen books as part of The Julie Andrews Collection. Emma Walton Hamilton is Julie Andrews's daughter as well as her co-author. She too has firsthand experience of the theatre, as she is the founder and co-artistic director of the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, New York. Emma Walton Hamilton is a bestselling children's book author, editor, educator and theater arts professional. She has co-authored and published 16 books for children and young adults, four of which were New York Times bestsellers. Emma is the coauthor of the I Can Read! DUMPY easy readers series with her mother, Julie and illustrated by her father, Tony Walton.
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