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Little Fairy and the Magic Paints

Little Fairy and the Magic Paints
Little Fairy and the Magic Paints
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Sharing is one of the hardest things our children learn through the growing years. In The Summer of Sharing, we see Little Fairy refuse to share her paints with Magnolia Fairy, and then feel the consequences of this behaviour. This simple adventure in sharing leads Little Fairy to the magical conclusion that illustrates the inherently generous nature of all children.

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Pages: 28
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-9566813-0-0
Categories: Fantasy, Imagination, Magic
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: child development, sharing, building self-esteem, parenting, fairies, folklore, friendship
Date Added: August 13, 2013
simple stories for growing hearts The Summer of Sharing Little Fairy and the Magic Paints 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 Magic Paints Published in by Teresa Maria Bilowus 1st ed ISBN Let us always meet each other with a smile for the smile is the beginning of love Mother Teresa Little Fairy was painting under the Great Oak Tree Summer Sun was shining through the leaves and the paints glistened magically under her rays Little Fairy had carefully arranged her colours into rounded seed pods and she dipped her raven feather gently into each pod stirring the colours Sunflower yellow royal ruby red blue as bright as Summer Sky and green the colour of hedgehog holly that grew on the edge of the Great Fairy Forest shimmered on her paintbrush  Soon Magnolia Fairy came dancing over to where Little Fairy sat Can I do some painting with you she asked in her soft tinkling voice Please can I No snapped Little Fairy No you cant Magnolia Fairy looked a little sad Oh please she begged Please can I sit with you and paint with you  But again Little Fairy shook her head and glared at Magnolia Fairy These are my paints she said And I am not sharing with you Now go away and let me get on with my painting Magnolia Fairys eyes filled with tears and she slowly walked away her little wings drooping so they almost touched the forest floor