Queen Clarion's Secret

By Kimberly Morris; Denise Shimabukuro (Illustrator); Adrienne Brown, Etc (Illustrator)
Random House Disney, Paperback, 9780736425476, 99pp.

Publication Date: August 25, 2009

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"Fairies chapter books fit for a queen
"Queen Clarion is missing One minute Prilla was flying right behind her, then POOF the queen was gone. Meanwhile, someone has taken the precious heart seed from Lily's rare Fairy Pink rose. Could the queen's disappearance and the stolen heart seed be connected? With the help of Lily and Beck, Prilla follows clues that Queen Clarion has left behind. The trail leads them all the way to the mysterious High Tree Forest. Prilla knows the queen is somewhere in the vast, dark forest. But how will they ever find her?

About the Author
Lyman Frank Baum (1856-1919) was born in Chittenango, New York. He tried many careers, including window dresser and theater manager, before becoming a children's writer. He wrote more than 50 children's books, and 14 of these were about the land of Oz. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was first published in 1900 and was an instant success. A musical version of the story was produced within a few years, with lyrics written by Baum himself. In 1939, Hollywood produced the film of the book, which made Dorothy and her friends world-famous. Kimberly Morris lives in Houston, Texas. She has a wide background in writing and adapting stories for children of all ages. her seamless adaptation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz conveys the excitement and sparkling originality of Baum's story. Mauro Evangelista was born in Macerata, Italy. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, and has illustrated several children's books. Hi enchanting, vivid illustrations capture the essence of the magical world of Oz.Adrienne Brownis the daughter and of Harry and Jessie Webb. She is a landscape architect, garden designer and artist. She is the Creator/Editor of the Web Atlas of Landscape Architecture in BC, www.sitelines.org/webatlas. Her articles and book reviews have appeared in Landscapes/Paysages, SABMag, Sitelines, and the Vancouver Sun. Born in Vancouver, and educated at the BC Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University, she is Past-President of the British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects, and is a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. Adrienne lives in North Vancouver with her husband David and their daughters. This is her first book.
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