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Prince Silverwings and Other Fairy Tales

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"Prince Silverwings and Other Fairy Tales" is a charming collection of stories that will transport readers to a magical world filled with mythical creatures and enchanting adventures. From brave princes and beautiful princesses to mischievous fairies and powerful wizards, each tale is beautifully written and brimming with imagination.

Edith Ogden Harrison has a talent for creating vivid and captivating narratives that will capture the hearts of readers of all ages. The mix of classic fairy tale elements with unique spins and unexpected twists keeps the stories fresh and engaging. Each tale is filled with whimsy and wonder, making it impossible to put the book down.

The characters in "Prince Silverwings and Other Fairy Tales" are well-developed and endearing, making it easy for readers to become emotionally invested in their fates. Whether facing danger, embarking on quests, or learning important life lessons, the characters are relatable and easy to root for.

Overall, "Prince Silverwings and Other Fairy Tales" is a delightful read that will appeal to fans of fairy tales and fantasy alike. It is a perfect escape from reality, offering a glimpse into a world where anything is possible and magic lurks around every corner. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a blend of nostalgia and originality in their reading material.

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Edith Ogden Harrison's first published work, Prince Silverwings, is a collection of seven fairy tales for young readers. It is perhaps best known as the source of an unsuccessful stage collaboration with L. Frank Baum, ultimately providing inspiration for several of Baum's Oz books.

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