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by Ross Collins,Herbie Brennan

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Author: Ross Collins,Herbie Brennan
ISBN: 1582347700
Language: English
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens (August 3, 2002)
Rating: 4.3
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Fairy Nuff" makes a big mistake the night he is left alone in charge of the cottage.

Fairy Nuff" makes a big mistake the night he is left alone in charge of the cottage. He lights a candle using, amongst many other explosive elements, a stick of dynamite, and everything goes horribly wrong. But this is only small fry in terms of his problems for he is also going to meet the horrible Widow Buhiss and her side-kick ground keeper, Orc, who keeps man-eating plants. Poor old fairy Nuff - can he escape the awful fate they have in mind for him?

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A Tale of Bluebell Wood. by Herbie Brennan & illustrated by Ross Collins.

In 2011 Herbie Brennan's book The Secret History of Ancient Egypt was republished by Bedford Square Books. Nuff Said: Another Tale of Bluebell Wood (2002). Man, Myth & Magic. The Monster Horrorshow. Question mark (2009). The Shadow Project (2010). The Doomsday Box (2011).

Fairy Nuff : A Tale of Bluebell Wood. He is the author of many wonderful books for both adults and children. Ross Collins lives in Glasgow where he works on his brilliant books for young readers

Fairy Nuff : A Tale of Bluebell Wood. By (author) Herbie Brennan, Illustrated by Ross Collins. Ross Collins lives in Glasgow where he works on his brilliant books for young readers. Ross has won a Scottish Arts Council Award for Supposing and is an original and quirky voice in the world of children's books.

Fairy Nuff makes a big mistake the night he is left alone in charge of the cottage: he lights a candle. All illustrations on Ross Collins.

Bloomsbury HB ISBN 1-58234-770-0 PB ISBN 1-7475-5252-5. Fairy Nuff makes a big mistake the night he is left alone in charge of the cottage: he lights a candle. Then everything goes terribly wrong. No illustration to be used without the permission of Ross Collins or the publisher.

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On a night when Fairy Nuff is left home alone, he decides to light a candle. On a night when Fairy Nuff is left home alone, he decides to light a candle. First, he pours gasoline on the candle to be sure the wick lights, then uses the label from a container of gun powder to light the candle. KABOOM Fairy Nuff has burned down the cottage and the blast has attracted the attention of mean Widow Buhiss and her Henchman Orc (who keeps man-eating plants).

Lindsey Fraser looks at Very Different by Anne Fine, and Fairy Nuff: a Tale of Bluebell Wood by Herby Brennan. Despite the title, this is no rural idyll. This is the stuff of the best cartoons with slapstick, puns aplenty and characters who interact at full throttle. The illustrations are riotous, but there is an inherent discipline which lends the book real distinction. Children and teenagers.

Brennan, Herbie 1940–. Fairy Nuff: A Tale of Bluebell Wood, illustrated by Ross Collins, Bloomsbury (New York, NY), 2001. Brennan, James Herbert Brennan, Jan Brennan, Maria Palmer, Cornelius Rumstuckle). Nuff Said: The New Bluebell Wood Adventure (sequel to Fairy Nuff), illustrated by Ross Collins, Bloomsbury (London, England), 2002, published as Nuff Said: Another Tale of Bluebell Wood, Bloomsbury (New York, NY), 2002. Frankenstella and the Video Shop Monster, illustrated by Cathy Gale, Bloomsbury (London, England), 2002, published as Frankenstella and the Video Store Monster, Bloomsbury (New York, NY), 2002.

On a night when Fairy Nuff is left home alone, he decides to light a candle. First, he pours gasoline on the candle to be sure the wick lights, then uses the label from a container of gun powder to light the candle. KABOOM! Fairy Nuff has burned down the cottage and the blast has attracted the attention of mean Widow Buhiss and her Henchman Orc (who keeps man-eating plants). The Widow is after Fairy Nuff and some giant ants are after them all, and as if that weren't enough, poor Fairy must rescue Queen Elizabeth who has been kidnapped by Ms. Buhiss. With cleverness and a little luck, Fairy saves himself and the Queen in a most entertaining way!