Fairies and magical creatures pop up book
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Fairies and Magical Creatures (Encyclopedia Mythologica Series)
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Encyclopedia Mythologica: Fairies and Magical Creatures Pop-Up [Matthew Reinhart, Open this entrancing book and meet Shakespeare's Queen Titania.
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Introducing a dazzling new series premiere! Further on, a crystalline elfin castle rises into the clouds, not far from some scary hobgoblins and trolls. And on a truly stunning spread, a humanoid magical tree spreads its branches to reveal a face within its foliage, while flowers unfold and rearrange their petals, turning into flower fairies. Visiting mythical beings around the world, from household brownies to the merfolk lurking deep below the sea, this breathtaking 3-D book, brimming with facts and fancy, will hold humans of all ages in its spell. Matthew Reinhart is the co-creator of the Encyclopedia Prehistorica series. He lives in New York City. Robert Sabuda is the co-creator of all three Encyclopedia Prehistorica books.