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Faerie Tales For Christmas

December 11, 2009

Need a beautiful gift for someone’s stocking? How about a sweet, 7×7 hard-cover compilation of 3 faerie tales from MaidensWood? Trine contains Holle, The Primrose, and Aine; or you may purchase these delightful tales separately as well.  Through December 31 you can get *$10 off your purchase, just use the appropriate code below. Go to our bookstore for a preview and to get your copies today!

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Trine, as listed under Children

  • Trine | Jennifer Swan Hopkins | Children
  • TRINE is a bound collection of three faerie tales:

    ☼ From an Irish legend, comes this enchanting faerie tale of Aine, Faerie Goddess of Irish lore and Gerald, Earl of Fitzgerald.

    ♫ Holle is a sweet and charming tale of a little girl named Martina and her adventure in the Black Forest with a faerie named Holle.

    ♥ The Primrose, a faerie tale derived from German legend. In this poignant tale you meet Mika who is on a journey that will bring him more than what his father sent him to find!

  • Preview_ribbonhttp://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/920055

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Aine, as listed under Children

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The Primrose, as listed under Children

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Holle, as listed under Children

 

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Orders from the US (using US $): GREATGIFT

Orders from UK (using UK £): GREATGIFT2

Orders from EU (using EU €): GREATGIFT3

Orders from AU (using AUD $): GREATGIFT4

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*Offer valid through December 31, 2009 (11:59 p.m. PST) at Blurb. This offer covers $10, £6, €8, or AUD $12 off the product total on your order of Blurb books of at least $29.95,  £16.95,  €24.95, or AUD $39.95, to one address. This offer is good for one-time use. Valid for transactions in US $, UK £, EUR €, or AUD $ only. Not valid toward the purchase of gift cards or items in the Blurb Gift Center. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or used for adjustments on previous orders.

http://www.blurb.com/user/store/Maidenswood

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  1. December 11, 2009 8:47 pm

    I remember reading the excepts you posted on these, they are great stories!

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