Pearllie is a fashionable urban fairy, appointed by Fairy HQ to take care of Jubilee Park, an oasis of green in the middle of a bustling city. Though her intentions are always good, Pearlie somehow manages to get things very, very wrong.
"No doubt you have heard of the fairies that live at the bottom of the garden. But did you know that fairies also live in the big city? Of course they do! Meet Pearly, the fairy in the Park. She has to make sure everything runs smoothly in the park, but one morning she wakes up to find everything topsy turvy!" (Source: Trove)
'Hurly-phew-burly! Pearlie the Park Fairy arrives home after a long morning of making sure everything is perfect in Jubilee Park ... but what's this? Pearlie's beloved fountain is surrounded by scaffolding and her beautiful pink shell has been painted in nasty, smelly grey paint! Pearlie escapes with Opal to Rainbow Ridge while the paint dries, but cousin Sapphire and those naughty rats see a chance for mischief while Pearlie is away ...
'Pearlie will need the help of her friends in Jubilee Park to get everything back to normal!' (Publisher's blurb)
'Frost and icicles!
'In her first magical adventure beyond the gates of Jubilee Park, Pearlie takes a trip to snowy New York City.
'It's f-f-freezing and Crystal the Central Park Fairy is nowhere to be found!
'Can Pearlie find a warm and cozy place to stay?
'In this enchanting wintry tale Pearlie meets Chester the squirrel, hunts for walnuts in the snow and brings a welcome sprinkle of fairy dust to the icy fountain on Cherry Hill.' (Publication summary)
'Pearlie is visiting sunny Spain! Her new fairy friend Florentina is throwing a fabulous flamenco party in her honour. But Pearlie is a little worried. She doesn't know how to dance the flamenco. Can the famous Señor Philippe teach her some magical moves so all the fairies will shout ‘Olé'?' (Publication summary)
'Pearlie’s been invited to a glittering Chinese New Year party in the beautiful Forbidden City in Beijing. But a mix-up and a lost treasure threaten to ruin the celebrations. Can Pearlie cheer up fairy princess Li Mei and ensure the party goes off with a bang?' (Publication summary)