Last night I was busy “pinning” ideas for Valentine’s Day. It is one of my favorite Holidays because it gives me an excuse to use gobs of pinks and reds in the house and nobody can complain. It also reminds me to love extra hard in the weeks leading up to the day.
So, I started thinking What can I get my 8-yr-old daughter as a treat on Valentine’s Day? The boys are easy. They love them some candy. My daughter, while still a fan of sweet treats, is very much my bookworm. I was elated to find the PERFECT balance for her in the new Candy Fairies book A Valentine’s Surprise. I know she is going to love it and I’ve got your chance to win one for YOUR sweet girl too!
Raina wants to make a very special birthday treat for Berry. She’s even asked Lyra, the unicorn who looks after the Fruit Chew Meadow, to grow a special flower for the surprise. But when Raina and Dash go to visit Lyra, they are in for a sour shock! All the flowers in the meadow arewilting and Lyra’s sick! Her horn is dull and she can’t stand up. Something—or someone—is hurting the gentle unicorn and the meadow, but who? And what about Berry’s birthday? All the Candy Fairies will have to work together if they are to solve this mystery, cure the meadow and Lyra, and make sure that Berry has the sweetest birthday ever!
As a child I always loved the game Candyland. The look and feel of the characters on the board took me into an imaginary place where everything was sweet and beautiful. That’s kind of what Candy Fairies reminds me of. Take a look at what Helen Perelman, author of Candy Fairies, has to say about this wonderland she created for girls everywhere.
You can by Candy Fairies newest book, number seven in the series, A Valentine’s Surprise at your nearest Barnes & Noble Bookstores or online at Amazon.com for the suggested retail price of $5.99.
Can’t wait for shipping? Well, if you own a Kindle or Nook reading device (or the Kindle App on your iPad/iPhone) you can download Candy Fairies Books in minutes!
While my daughter and I haven’t read this book yet, we have read Chocolate Dreams and Gooey Goblins, in which we absolutely love. There’s something about fairies and candy together that just make young girls curious and excited, you know? It’s a whole new world that helps them escape day to day stuff like school, chores, and little brothers.
Thanks to Helen Perelman, author of Candy Fairies series, we’ve got a Valentine’s gift just for your girl. One lucky Momma Findings reader will win the A Valentine’s Surprise and Candy Fairies bookmark, both signed by the author herself.
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