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Marigold and the Feather of Hope, The Journey Begins (The Fairy Chronicles Series #1)

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Marigold and the Feather of Hope, The Journey Begins (The Fairy Chronicles Series #1)

A wonderful beginning for a series! Mixing nature, fantasy, and reality, the author of this book has woven an interesting and complex tale with endless possibilities for sequels. My daughters and I look forward to discovering more about the fairies J.H. Sweet has crea...
A wonderful beginning for a series! Mixing nature, fantasy, and reality, the author of this book has woven an interesting and complex tale with endless possibilities for sequels. My daughters and I look forward to discovering more about the fairies J.H. Sweet has created. We loved the gremlins, the fairy handbook entries and the part Beth's dachshund plays in this adventure. In this book, Beth discovers she is a fairy, learns about some of her abilitlies and tools and meets other girls gifted with fairy spirits. The fairies then take on a huge task to recover the Feather of Hope. Nature protection, acceptance of others and the benefits of teamwork are also worked into this story. Fairies are given gifts relating to their counterparts in nature. For example, Dragonfly is very speedy. Marigold can repel insects. We can't wait to learn what gifts other future fairies of this series have and how they are going to use them. This is a detailed book and a wonderful basis to build upon for a great series. We recommend it very highly.

posted by Anonymous on May 31, 2007

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

A Twist on the Common Fairy

Young children will not only be delighted to see fairies and brownies of all sorts, but to also see that those same creatures are real children as well. The reading level is basic and carries with it a much deeper message of caring and helping others. With full ...
Young children will not only be delighted to see fairies and brownies of all sorts, but to also see that those same creatures are real children as well. The reading level is basic and carries with it a much deeper message of caring and helping others. With full color illustrations, this is a good series for young ones to launch their independent reading with.

posted by Anonymous on March 13, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2007

    A Twist on the Common Fairy

    Young children will not only be delighted to see fairies and brownies of all sorts, but to also see that those same creatures are real children as well. The reading level is basic and carries with it a much deeper message of caring and helping others. With full color illustrations, this is a good series for young ones to launch their independent reading with.

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