Rescuing the Fairy Princess

Rated 4.50/5 based on 3 reviews
Harriet’s just a regular schoolgirl dealing with divorced parents when a relative sends her an old album. Then a unicorn arrives and insists Harriet is a Fairy Hunter. He takes her to the fairy kingdom and the King and Queen send her on a dangerous mission to rescue their beloved daughter from the evil Spriggans. Can Harriet save the Princess and still make it home in time for lunch? More

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Words: 13,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9780646570211
About T.K. Garner

T.K. Garner is the pen name of a journalist and writer who lives in Sydney and believes in fairies. While she hasn’t been lucky enough to see one yet, she has seen those little pings of light they leave behind when they catch you looking at them.
She is busy working on the Fairy Hunter’s Handbook: Volume 2 and is preparing to upload a novel for boys about a lion who dreams of winning the high jump at the Olympics.
When she’s not working on fiction, she writes health, travel and profile articles for magazines and blogs at
You can email her at


Review by: Sarah Mayberry on Jan. 18, 2012 :
I bought this for my niece and read it with her. We both found it enormously entertaining and fun. Harry's adventures are both fantastic in the true sense of the word and grounded in the reality of a complex modern family. Garner's writing is engaging and charming, and if there's a little girl who loves fairies in your life, she's sure to love this book as much as we did. Highly recommended.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Julie Russell on Jan. 17, 2012 :
'This is a fun book for young girls who love their fairy stories with a bit of adventure. Harry is a cool kid and the idea of an ordinary girl becoming a fairy hunter is very original, not sure it has been done before.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Cherie Kellahan on Jan. 13, 2012 : (no rating)
Harriet is a believable, reluctant heroine. This is a good adventure story but not too scary for 8 to 10 year old girls. Cherie.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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