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Tinker Bell and the Lost City

(The first book in the Bleakwatch Chronicles series)
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Tinker Bell makes a dazzling new debut in this exciting adventure series for middle grade readers!

This charming tale sparkles with wit, mystery, and pixie dust...Sure to enchant fairies and humans alike—and keep them guessing until the very last page!" —Jessica Khoury, bestselling author of the Mystwick School and Skyborn series

Tinker Bell loves nothing more than solving a problem. For her, red buttons demand to be pushed, treasure maps need to be followed, and lost things ought to be found. So when a strange fairy crash lands in Pixie Hollow and leaves Tinker Bell two clues to find a mysterious necklace on the Mainland, she really doesn’t have a choice but to help. However, her journey takes an unexpected turn when she discovers a hidden city of fairies living below the streets of London.

In this city called Bleakwatch, she'll meet the Flutterpunks, the most infamous band of trinket scavengers around. Helping her may just give them their biggest score yet. But when the Flutterpunks’ plan goes haywire, they’ll be forced to choose between a big payday or saving their new friend.

When their adventure takes them inside the glittering Clockwork Capital, Tinker Bell and the Flutterpunks will uncover a villainous secret that threatens all the fairies in Bleakwatch. It turns out there’s more at stake than just finding a missing necklace, and it’ll be up to Tinker Bell to set things right. Luckily, that’s what tinker fairies do best!

"Get ready for a whole new world of Tinker Bell. This is an adventure you don't want to miss." —Jen Calonita, New York Times bestselling author of the A Twisted Tale and Fairy Tale Reform School series.

"...Glowing with Tinker Bell's fiery optimism and resourcefulness, this is a fresh expansion on the world of Pixie Hollow that left me desperate for more." —Jessica Khoury, bestselling author of the Mystwick School and Skyborn series

“Fun, action-packed, and filled with delightful and unexpected twists. Readers will be eager for the next volume!” —Mari Mancusi, author of New Dragon City and Disney Frozen: Polar Nights

Genre: Children's Fiction

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