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Little Fairy and the Giveaway Day

Little Fairy and the Giveaway Day
Little Fairy and the Giveaway Day
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Little Fairy and the Giveaway Day (The Autumn of GIVING)  -  As state of the art consumers we are experts in amassing and hoarding 'stuff'. It is sometimes difficult to let go and trust the flow of life. In the Autumn of Giving, Little Fairy discovers the woodland folk giving away their belongings for the Grand Autumn Bazaar. Confused, she stomps off into the forest where she learns a real life lesson in 'giving' from her friend the Great Oak Tree.The Fairy Fables - simple stories for growing hearts. 

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Pages: 24
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-9566813-2-4
Categories: Family & Friends, Fantasy, Girls
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: fairies, self-esteem, empowerment, kindness, families, parenting, imagination
Date Added: August 8, 2013
simple stories for growing hearts The Autumn of Giving Little Fairy and the Giveaway Day by Teresa Maria Bilowus simple stories for growing hearts Copyright by Teresa Maria Bilowus All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical including photocopying recording or by any information storage and retrieval system without permision in writing from the publisher The Fairy Fables is a registered trademark wwwthefairyfablescom Illustrated by Digital Avenues wwwdigitalavenuescom The Fairy Fables music is written and produced by Nick Squires  Bilowus Teresa M The Fairy Fables Little Fairy and the Giveaway Day Published in by Teresa Maria Bilowus 1st ed ISBN Ever y time you smile at someone it is an action of love a gift to that person a beautiful thing Mother Teresa Little Fairy woke up to the sound of singing She stretched her little fairy wings and bounded out of her soft petal bed Peering out from behind a glorious red autumn leaf she saw many of the Woodland Folk merrily removing items from their homes and putting them into waiting snail sleds Rubbing her eyes in surprise Little Fairy wondered what was going on She skipped lightly down the Tulip Tree and asked her next door neighbour Evening Primrose Fairy what all the movement was about Evening Primrose Fairy looked kindly at Little Fairy Sweet child we are cleaning out our old belongings that we dont need or use anymore The snails will take them to Merry Magpie for the Grand Autumn Bazaar and if we can raise enough fairy dust the Woodland Elves will have a new home just in time for King Winter  Little Fairy thought about this for a moment Will you get your things back she asked Evening Primrose Fairy smiled No my sweetheart once we give them away they go to someone else who can make good use out of them Now why dont you go and gather some of the things that you no longer want and give them to one of the waiting snails Little Fairy sco