All the fairies expect to eat candy corn at the Harvest Festival, but the crop of candy corns is shrinking! Is someone playing a trick? Mellie the Caramel Fairy discovers that the Chuchies are back and have been digging in the fields, pulling up the candy corns before the fairies can collect them. Mellie makes sure the Chuchies learn a lesson while her friends help her to harvest a new crop of candy corn just in time for the festival.
The crop of candy corns is shrinking! Is someone playing a trick? Mellie the Caramel Fairy and her friends will find out! At the Harvest Festival all the fairies expect to eat candy corn, but Mellie discovers that the Chuchies are back and have been digging in the fields, pulling up the candy corns before the fairies can collect them. Princess Lolli will see that the Chuchies learn a lesson, and Mellie and her friends harvest a new crop of candy corn just in time.
Chocolate dreams. Originally published: New York: Aladdin, 2010. Rainbow swirl. Originally published: New York: Aladdin, 2010. Caramel moon. Originally published: New York: Aladdin, 2010.
In Chocolate Dreams, Cocoa the Chocolate Fairy is blamed for the missing chocolate eggs. But soon the other fairies discover that it’s the sour troll Mogu who is toying with their candies. He has stolen the chocolate eggs for his own! Cocoa and Princess Lolli go on a dangerous adventure over the Frosted Mountains to save the eggs, and get Mogu to stop his bitter plan. They have to outwit the salty old troll in order to save the chocolate eggs and restore the balance of Sugar Valley once again. In Rainbow Swirl, Raina is a young Gummy fairy who takes her duties very seriously and carefully tends the Gummy Forest. She follows the fairy guidebook rules to the letter and is getting ready for the annual candy contest at the castle. The night before the event a terrible storm hits Sugar Valley and the winds and rain swirl all the colors of the candies together. It’s a huge mess! Dot, a wise Candy Castle Fairy, pairs up with Raina. They wind up creating a new rainbow hue to decorate all the candies just in time for the annual candy contest held in the Gummy Forest. While the candy is not traditional, Raina wins for originality and is proud of her work. In Caramel Moon, the crop of candy corns is shrinking! Is someone playing a trick? Mellie the Caramel Fairy and her friends will find out! At the Harvest Festival all the fairies expect to eat candy corn, but Mellie discovers that the Chuchies are back and have been digging in the fields, pulling up the candy corns before the fairies can collect them. Princess Lolli will see that the Chuchies learn a lesson, and Mellie and her friends harvest a new crop of candy corn just in time.
Quirky beach towns, deliciously fresh seafood, and dramatic hikes and drives: discover what the locals love with Moon Monterey & Carmel. Inside you'll find: Flexible, strategic itineraries including long weekends in Monterey, Carmel, and Santa Cruz, and a three-day road trip from Big Sur to Cambria The top sights and unique experiences: Visit the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium or take a whale-watching tour to catch a glimpse of sea otters, harbor seals, and migrating whales in the wild. Stroll along soft sand beaches or browse artisan galleries and boutiques in Carmel's idyllic downtown. Explore the stunning coastline on a kayak or stand-up paddleboard, dive into a kelp forest, or rent a surfboard and catch a wave. Cruise along the Pacific Coast Highway to Big Sur and pull over to soak up the breathtaking ocean view, or wander the halls of the opulent Hearst Castle. Catch happy hour at a historic brewery, or enjoy a dinner of fresh seafood as the sun sets over the bay Honest advice from Monterey local Stuart Thornton on when to go, how to get around, where to eat, and where to stay, from budget motels to historic inns Full-color photos and detailed maps throughout Handy tools including tips for seniors, visitors with disabilities, and traveling with kids Background on the culture, history, weather, and wildlife Full coverage of Monterey, Carmel, Santa Cruz, Big Sur, Cambria, San Simeon, Morro Bay, and Salinas With Moon Monterey & Carmel's practical tips and local insight, you can plan your trip your way. Driving through? Check out Moon Pacific Coast Highway Road Trip. Exploring more of the Golden State? Try Moon Northern California.
Whether writing about outlaws, penning poetry, or lecturing on historical events, John Koblas never ceases to capture his audience and he has done it again. Letters from the Moon is poignant, emotional, and commendable. This collection is destined to be read over and over again. --Popular Author Lauri Robinson An extremely prolific writer, Jack (John Koblas) is a cornucopia of visions and dreams with a single purpose: to feed the hungry minds of insatiable readers. In a world of copious cares, he tosses our trials and tribulations into the blender so they're easier to digest. I highly recommend this book for avid poetry buffs. --Renowned Poet Roger Brezina
When Molly Moon Neitzel opened the first of her five boutique ice cream scoop shops in the spring of 2008, it was an instant hit with the folks of Seattle. So much so that they've been happily lining up for a cone or signature sundae ever since, and now you can make her delicious ice creams, sorbets, and toppings at home! Arranged in the book by season--with the focus on using local, fresh fruit and herbs in combinations that are both familiar and surprising--you will find recipes for most flavors imaginable and even those a little unimaginable. From childhood favorites to avant-garde, adult-only fare, including the classic Vanilla Bean to the exotic Cardamom to the adventurous Balsamic Strawberry and the comforting Maple Bacon (try a scoop on oatmeal for a special winter breakfast treat!), these ice creams and sorbets are both simple and fun to make. Of course, they're even more fun to eat!
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As Heart Day nears, Berry, a Gummy Fairy, is so distracted by plans for a new dress and jealousy over a new fairy that she misses the meaning of the holiday--and accidentally makes her friend Dash sick.
When Jonathan visits his eccentric grandfather for the first time in years, the teen is haunted by nightmares and a foreboding feeling. His curiosity leads him into the attic, where he discovers an unopened trunk—and his grandfather suddenly appears with a key. As the lock clicks and the trunk opens to reveal a cross and parchment, Jonathan has no idea that he is about to discover his destiny. Jonathan’s grandfather orders him to never touch the cross or the paper to his skin and hide them away, but Jonathan soon learns that he has been chosen by the Bwoaillee who will help and protect him. After Jonathan returns home, more confused than ever, his grandfather passes away. With the goal of finishing high school and becoming a man of God, Jonathan thinks he finally has his life on track. But his innocence is dramatically undone when he is summoned by the God of the Dead himself—Samhain, who wants to retrieve the special artifact in Jonathan’s possession. As a lightening strike propels Jonathan back in time to meet the magical Druid King, he must attempt to return to his real time without succumbing to the temptations of a beautiful goddess. But he is about to discover that only the Druid Moon holds the answers.