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Little Fairy Visits the Wildflower Nursery

Little Fairy Visits the Wildflower Nursery
Little Fairy Visits the Wildflower Nursery
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13
Pages: 
28
Average: 5 (1 vote)
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Feeling 'left out' is an experience that almost every child goes through in their early social development. In the Spring of Self-Worth, as the wildflower babies are getting their scent, Little Fairy's friends exclude her from their trip to the nursery. As she sits sad and alone alone in the forest, the Wise Old Owl gives Little Fairy some wonderful advice that children everywhere can use to empower themselves, in all social situations. 

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Pages: 28
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-9566813-1-7
Categories: Fantasy, Girls, Magic
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: fairies, self-esteem, empowering children, families, child development, worthiness, folklore, flowers, parenting
Date Added: August 10, 2013
simple stories for growing hearts The Spring of SelfWorth Little Fairy visits the Wildflower Nursery 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 visits the Wildflower Nursery Published in by Teresa Maria Bilowus 1st ed ISBN Reach high for stars lie hidden in your soul Dream deep for ever y dream precedes the goal Mother Teresa Little Fairy was sitting all alone under the Great Oak Tree She was sad The Great Fairy Forest felt heavy and gloomy today Three dragonflies fluttered by playing a hilarious game of airsnap but Little Fairy did not smile She wrapped her arms around her knees and pulled them up close her head drooping down Never before had she felt so alone  Earlier in the day Little Fairy had been playing a wonderful game of Hide and Seek with Bluebell Fairy and the P ixie Twins It was Little Fairys favourite game She laughed with delight as she helped the P ixie Twins into a badgers hole and then peeked back to see Bluebell Fairy looking for them Quickly she hid under a fern frond It took quite a while for them all to be found and Little Fairy was all set for her turn as the seeker  Suddenly the P ixie Twins decided that they didnt want to play Hide and Seek anymore Little Fairy looked expectantly at Bluebell Fairy but she shook her head and walked towards the twins Have you seen the Wildflower Nursery Bluebell Fairy asked They shook their heads Neither have I added Little Fairy But the other three just gave her a funny look and