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List of Rainbow Magic books
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Children love the mysterious, magical worlds of fairies. Ages 3 - 7. Worried, Rosy hopes that playing with her dollhouse will help. Much to her surprise, Rosy finds a hurt fairy who has made quite a mess of the dollhouse. In a tender look at illness, we watch Rosy nursing the little fairy back to health.
Over seven magical books, Rachel and Kristy journey to Fairyland to put the stars back in the sky in this addition to the popular series. When the magic goes missing from Camp Stargaze, the girls know it's up to them to take on the wicked Jack Frost and help seven special nighttime fairies regain their places in the world. That's the only way to make sure everything's all right with the night! Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
The Best Children’s Books About Fairies
When I started this blog, a big impetus was because my daughter is advanced in her reading abilities and finding books that are age appropriate and yet still challenging is incredibly complicated. There are tons of great books out there, but it can be overwhelming to find books to keep kids occupied that are not beyond their emotional intelligence and maturity. While thinking about it, I realized that it actually made more sense to come up with a couple of lists, so here is the first of a series on chapter books for young girls. My 6 year old is still fairly obsessed with princess and fairies, so these are some of her current favorites. If you know of additional series, I would love to hear them. Rainbow Magic — This is a great series that will appeal to the year old crowd, as I explained in this previous post. The books are incredibly formulaic, but that is appealing to emerging readers.
There is something about fairies that makes them fascinating to children and adults alike. The concept enchanted me as a child. I read stories, books, and even encyclopedia entries about them. I loved the beautifully rendered illustrations in particular. Over time, I discovered that there was a mischievous—and even sinister—aspect of fairies, which made them that much more interesting.