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Mary-Jane Eastley, Mother of 1, Adult Educator in Professional Development & Training in Child Protection, Australia
When Little Fairy is left out by her friends from their trip to the nursery, Wise Old Owl gives her some wonderful advice that children everywhere can use to empower themselves in all social situations.
Little Fairy feels the consequences of refusing to share her paints with her friend Magnolia Fairy. However a magical outcome occurs that teaches children about the good feelings associated with sharing.
Little Fairy is confused when she discovers the Woodland Folk giving away their belongings. She stomps off into the forest where she learns a real life lesson in ‘giving’ from her friend the Great Oak Tree.
When she encounters a dreaded Snow Caterpillar in the fern glade, Little Fairy offers friendship and learns a valuable lesson about the wonderful opportunities available in accepting diversity.
Once upon a time in the Great Fairy Forest there lived a fairy called Little Fairy who shared her life with many magical friends and creatures. Little Fairy had rainbow wings and lived in a Tulip Tree. She was kind, curious, and rather feisty.
As she went about her days experiencing life, magic, and adventure, Little Fairy also learnt lots of important lessons about topics such as sharing, working in a team, having courage, fostering self-worth, developing kindness, being honest, taking responsibility, adapting to change, dealing with disappointment, and many, many more.
One fine afternoon as I was sitting by a stream near the Great Fairy Forest, I was privileged to meet Little Fairy as she gathered wild strawberries for the Summer Solstice Supper. We got talking (and eating strawberries) and Little Fairy asked me if I might help share her stories with all the little children in the Land of Girls and Boys.
She thought that maybe these simple little fables might help children who were going through similar situations as she had been. I said it was a fabulous idea and that I would be honoured to help.
So we began meeting each day and writing these books – especially for the children in your life. And for you, the grown-ups.