Fairy Stork is the story of a large, beautiful white stork who lives on a beautiful, peaceful island. Every day, the stork takes a trip to a nearby mainland to pick up food for its colony of fairy penguins. One day, a curious little boy named Sandy came to the island to spend some time with his grandfather. Sandy was fascinated by the large, white stork and wanted to know all about it. His grandfather shared stories of the stork and its beloved fairy penguins. Sandy was so inspired by the stork that he decided to become a fairy penguin himself one day.
62cm (W) x 62cm (H)
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