Melissa and the Sunflower Throne

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Annika Secker

Dear little Melissa has again escaped her mother's watchful eye The young princess bee looks curiously at the grandest flower of all, the throne she will inherit eventually. Although today, her most pressing concern is how she will ever get up there... Melissa, whose name means 'bee' in (ancient) Greek, is the daughter of the current queen bee. She and the Sunflower Throne are both made of a very sticky substance called 'wax' over here (but there could be other names for it) and little beads. Melissa stands about 15 centimetres high, the Sunflower is about 20 centimetres.


Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy



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