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Topaz and the Green Fairies

A green fairy seeks help to save his people from certain disaster
Topaz and the Green Fairies
Reads: 
13
Pages: 
289
Average: 5 (1 vote)
5

A humorous and heroic award-winning new classic about the struggles and misadventures of Bozel, a young green fairy determination to save his people and Topaz, a unique cat with a magical power who wants to help him. 

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Pages: 289
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: ISBN-13:978-158621154
Categories: Action Adventure, Animals & Creatures, Growing Up
Features: Illustrations, Chapters
Keywords: fantasy, magic, racoon, fairies, elves, owl, bats, floods, ghost
Date Added: October 28, 2015
Topaz and the Green Fairies Part One Barren Island CHAPTER ONE Otis had been on the wing since dusk the previous day. Weary, and half starved, the great owl looked for a place to rest and find a meal before completing his journey home. Far below and nearly hidden beneath its dense blanket of white fog, the wide Slewnecky River stretched out for miles. Even though he was tired and hungry, the cool morning breeze and the endless gray sky seemed to be urging Otis to push on. Had the sun been shining, he would have given into his nocturnal nature and sought a shady place to sleep until evening. Now, he considered going on to Knownotten Kingdom instead. With the wind in his favor, there was every chance he would arrive in plenty of time for Sunday afternoon tea at Knownotten Castle. The prospect of seeing his old friends sooner than he'd expected gave him a sense of renewed energy. Nevertheless, something to eat and a short nap were still in order. This year's visit with his brothers in Wentloc lasted longer than he'd intended. Even so, it had been an enjoyable time. Otis looked forward to amusing his friends with his latest adventures, especially young Daisy. She was his best listener. Barely visible through the fog, a narrow strip of dry land appeared almost directly beneath Otis. He circled round and dropped down for a better look. The island had been ravaged by fire, and though it hadn't been recent, he could see no evidence of new growth anywhere. This puzzled Otis. Nevertheless, the island would do for a place to nap after catching a fish for his morning meal. Otis circled round again. This time, he glided over the water, his attention focused solely on choosing his prey. Just as he was about to sail down and grab his meal, two Giant White Osprey came out of nowhere, catching him off guard. In a flurry of gray and white feathers, the large raptors were all over him.