When Cassie finds a magic pair of glasses that allow her to see fairies, she has to figure out where they came from . . . and what the fairies want her to do with them.
A 12,000 word children’s fantasy story.
I got this short story for free and it proved to be a fairly quick and fun read. Written in simple language, easily understandable by children, the author brings us a story of Eyeglasses that allow the protagonist to see Fairies when she wears them. The author also introduces us to Cassie’s parents and show us that when the child turns to her parents with her dilemma, they come forward with understanding instead of turning her away. There are also some lessons as a part of the story in this that children can learn from, including the primary colors of art and light, their differences and the encouragement for children to ask questions and learn.
Even though this is a short story for children, I enjoyed it immensely and thought it was quite fun. The fairies are well described and children will love them. Moreover, the simplicity of the plot and the point of the Eyeglasses prove to be captivating.
A wicked witch captures the Rainbow Fairy, intending to exchange her for the unicorn’s powers, which would allow the witch to be able to fly unseen without her broomstick!
Kate, a friend of the fairies, comes up with a scheme to defeat the wicked witch.
Kate and the fairies set a trap for the witch’s goblin helpers, intending to trade them for the Rainbow Fairy. At first the plan fails, but then the unexpected happens when the witch’s goblin helpers turn into greenies. Will the wicked witch finally release the Rainbow Fairy?
A sweet story about Kate and her fairy friends who come up with a plan to save the Rainbow Fairy while managing to turn the goblins good. The story ends on a happy note with everyone having had a great day. It is a story with the message that if you help others and do good, good things will happen to you. As usual the illustrations are wonderful and imaginative. It is a story that children will definitely enjoy listening to and they will love the illustrations.
Janet and Mary-Louise live near an enchanted forest. One day a small fairy friend named Lulu visits the girls and tells them about a magical doorway that has mysteriously appeared!
When they travel through the doorway, a magical whirlwind transports them to a strange land controlled by a wicked witch.
The girls have an amazing adventure with Lulu and help the fairy to break the witch’s spell, thereby saving the Fairy Princess and freeing her subjects. Will The Magic Doorway be able to take the girls back home safely? Find out in this magical adventure.
About the author:
Lynne Pickering is an internationally renowned artist. She has sold over five thousand paintings in more than thirty countries. She worked as an international finance broker arranging funding for projects from high-rise offices to resorts, and she lives with her family in Queensland, Australia. She writes thrillers as well as children’s books. Her book covers are her own wonderful creations.
This is a short and simple story that will surely entertain children. It is a sweet story of two girls who enter a magical doorway only to find that they have to save the Fairy Princess from the wicked witch. A story that will appeal to children and fire their imagination with regard to all things magic and make believe. The story is written in simple language and would definitely make a wonderful bedtime story! The pictures help emphasize the description and portraying the girls as dolls is a brilliant idea. The artistic talent of the author is seen through the pictures. Though this is aimed mainly at young children, the book will surely appeal to people of all age groups as it will bring out the inner child in you!