Markéta Pilátová

Víla Vivivíla and the Pirates of the South Sea

Víla Vivivíla a piráti jižního moře
Víla Vivivíla a piráti jižního moře
Nakladatelství Lidové noviny, 2010, 84 pp
Language: Czech
Genre: Children’s and Young Adult
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We have already once before set out on an adventuresome trip with the Eerie Fairy from her house to Břevnov where she met up with the smart Ema, her disgruntled dog Raf, the slighlty useless Pepík and his “vacosquirrel”. They forged beautiful friendship and saved plenty of animals, which the fairy carried over to her swampy pixie world. These days, however, those animals are cold and sad. The fairy once again heads out to meet her friends in order to put their heads together and help the animals. Needless to say, they experience a lot, help each other and employ their wit ceaselessly. Few would expect, however, that Ema’s Haná grandma would join them. The fearless lady always knows what to do, not even empty-headed giants, myrtle-green snakes and surfer pirates scare her.

Language: Czech
Title: Víla Vivivíla a piráti jižního moře
Place: Praha
Publisher: Nakladatelství Lidové noviny
Year: 2010
Pages: 84
Genre: Children’s and Young Adult
Foreign rights
Pluh