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The magic fair has a lot more than just fairy floss and fun rides, it has cakes that jump and pies that fly. Enter - but beware! Kayla and her cousin Phil soon find out that not all the surprises are nice ones. When Phil is mean to Kayla the Fair takes matters into its own hands in a very unusual way.
The magic fair has a lot more than just fairy floss and fun rides, it has cakes that jump and pies that fly. Enter - but beware! Kayla and her cousin Phil soon find out that not all the surprises are nice ones. When Phil is mean to Kayla the Fair takes matters into its own hands in a very unusual way. Waarda, Nyungar is a series designed to support the literacy needs of Indigenous children in primary school.
Sally Morgan was born in Perth, Western Australia in 1951. She is a full-time painter and writer. For as long as she can remember Sally wanted to paint and write. However, at school she was discouraged from expressing herself through her art because her teachers failed to see the promise in her individual style. It was not until she researched her family history and discovered her Aboriginal identity that she found meaning in her images, and gained the confidence to pick up her paints again. Both her books and her paintings and screenprints have earned awards and wide-spread popularity.
"Magic, humor and a strong moral message combine to create a fun story that would appeal to any younger reader . . . [A] strong storyline and unique cultural insights." --Junior Bookseller+Publisher "[The] bright covers and numerous line drawings, big print and short chapters [are] all essential for encouraging emerging readers . . . the author's brief biography and inspirations for the books will also scaffold emerging writing." --The West Australian
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