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Little Fairy and the Snow Caterpillar

Little Fairy and the Snow Caterpillar
Little Fairy and the Snow Caterpillar
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30
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Quite often we are quick to judge a person, event or situation that may be outside our experience or comfort zone. In the Winter of Acceptance the Great Fairy Forest is preparing for the Ice Hopping Race and Little Fairy is collecting icicles in the fern glade. When she encounters a dreaded Snow Caterpillar, Little Fairy offers friendship and learns a valuable lesson about the wonderful opportunities available in accepting diversity.

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Pages: 30
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-9566813-3-1
Categories: Educational, Imagination, Magic
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: empowering children, fairies, parenting, child development, quality literature, folklore, building self-esteem, friendship
Date Added: August 13, 2013
simple stories for growing hearts The Winter of Acceptance Little Fairy and the Snow Caterpillar 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 Snow Caterpillar Published in by Teresa Maria Bilowus 1st ed ISBN Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless Mother Teresa King Winter had arrived in the Great Fairy Forest Little Fairy was happily licking the beautiful icicles that hung from the bare tree branches Suddenly she saw the pixie twins playing in the clearing cheekily throwing large balls of snow at each other They chattered excitedly between throws about the Ice Hopping Race that was to take place later that day Seeing Little Fairy they ran over to her Come on Little Fairy they said Lets help decorate the lake Its the finish line for the Ice Hopping Race and theres so much to do  The Ice Hopping Race was cause for tremendous excitement in the Great Fairy Forest Each year gnomes elves fairies pixies and all manner of other forest folk would enter the race from the Great Oak Tree to the lake in the centre of the Great Fairy Forest Participants had to hop from ice pond to ice pond slipping and sliding as they giggled and glided all the way to the finish line At the end of the race the Fairy Prince would announce the winner The grand prize for the Ice Hopping Race was a marvellous magic spell different each year that would be accepted by the winner in a wonderful celebration of magical fireworks