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The Storytelling Charms Series was originally published by Jennifer Rowe under her pseudonym Mary-Anne Dickinson. The six indexed works were then re-published as part of the Fairy Realm series in which all titles bore the authorship of Emily Rodda, another of Rowe's pseudonyms. (Source: Marcie Muir and Kerry White Australian Children's Books: A Bibliography: Volume Three 1989-2000, 2004)
yThe Charm BraceletMary-Anne Dickinson,
Sydney:Bantam Books,1994Z9603131994single work children's fiction children's When Jessie searches for her ill Grandmother's missing charm bracelet, she is led to a realm where fairies, elves, tiny horses and all kinds of magical beings live.
yThe Flower FairiesMary-Anne Dickinson,
Sydney:Bantam Books,1994Z9603181994single work children's fiction children's Jessie returns to the magical world where her Grandmother was born, where she deals with some griffins, dances with fairies, and borrows something to help her dance in her school concert.
The gnomes of Hidden Valley are in trouble, and not even the fairy Queen's magic can help them. Jessie travels back to the magical world of the Realm to try to discover what has gone wrong in the Hidden Valley where the fairy-apples grow.
yThe Third WishMary-Anne Dickinson,
Sydney:Bantam Books,1995Z12073791995single work children's fiction children's When her Grandmother's beloved home is threatened by fire, Jessie returns to the magical world of the Realm and visits the mermaids of Under-Sea to search for a wish-stone.
yThe Magic KeyMary-Anne Dickinson,
Sydney:Bantam Books,1995Z12073761995single work children's fiction children's On her fifth journey to the magical Fairy Realm, this time on her birthday, Jessie travels all the way to the end of the rainbow and tries to help her new friends, the rainbow fairies.
yThe UnicornMary-Anne Dickinson,
Sydney:Bantam Books,1996Z12073821996single work children's fiction children's When wicked Queen Valda of the Outlands threatens both the Fairy Realm and the human world, Jessie seeks the help of the secretive and powerful unicorns.
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