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Fairest

By: Levine, Gail Carson.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York HarperCollins 2006Description: 326p.Subject(s): Fairy tales | Beauty, personal - Fiction | Singing - Fiction | Self-acceptance - Fiction | Identity - FictionSummary: In Ayortha, singing and beauty are prized above all else. Aza, a commoner, can sing, and Queen Ivi is a beauty. The queen forces Aza to use her voice to deceive the entire court.
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In Ayortha, singing and beauty are prized above all else. Aza, a commoner, can sing, and Queen Ivi is a beauty. The queen forces Aza to use her voice to deceive the entire court.

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