Sylva and the Fairy Ball (The Fairy Bell Sisters, Book 1)

By Margaret McNamara

With Sylva and the Fairy Ball, Margaret McNamara launches the Fairy Bell Sisters, a fascinating new chapter-book sequence. The books function Tinker Bell’s little sisters and are a must-read for fans of the Rainbow Fairies and Disney Fairies stories.

Clara Bell, Golden Bell, Rosy Bell, Sylva Bell, and child Squeak are fairy sisters who live to tell the tale Sheepskerry Island. often Sylva and her sisters get alongside simply fine—until the week of the Fairy Ball. Sylva has her center set on going—she’ll get to put on magical diamond wings and stroll on appealing satin ribbons below the celebrities! yet fairies needs to be a minimum of 8 years outdated to wait, and terrible Sylva’s birthday is the day after the ball. yet earlier than the evening is over, Sylva’s vast sisters will want her to come back to their rescue.

Charming illustrations through Julia Denos convey the realm of fairies to existence.

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And that may be the tip people. ” “But if we—” “Hush, Sylva, that’s enough,” stated Clara in a clipped tone. “You have in mind what occurred on Coombe Meadow Island, don’t you? ” Clara didn’t wish to need to raise remote Coombe Meadow, yet she needed to cease Sylva’s wild principles. the opposite sisters, even Squeak, fell silent. “Did all of the fairies lose their houses? ” requested Sylva ultimately. “Every one in all them. Their homes have been trampled, their university was once dug up, their queen’s palace was once destroyed—” Rosy needed to cease for breath.

I’ll do it,” acknowledged Sylva. “All right,” stated Clara, “you can do it. when you watch out and persist with the recipe. ” “I’m no longer trying to find sea glass,” known as Goldie from upstairs. “I’m making an attempt on my costume for the Fairy Ball. ” “The Fairy Ball? ” cried Sylva. “Why didn’t you inform me? ” “Queen Mab hasn’t even set a date for the ball but, Sylva. ” Clara shook her head. “Goldie simply likes any excuse to attempt on her ball robes. ” “I heard that! ” stated Goldie. She got here to the head of the steps in a tiered chiffon skirt and a shirt with matching ruffles.

Promise,” stated Sylva. If simply Sylva had now not needed to holiday her promise! 8 That afternoon used to be spent in classes (Magic, Flying at evening, Troll Tracks), and so it glided by lovely quick. Sylva was once feeling a section larger in advance of suppertime that night. Then Clara stated, “Supper could be a bit overdue this night, Sylva, I’m sorry to claim. ” “Oh, that’s correct! ” stated Goldie. “We have an additional lesson. ” She sighed. “Poor us. ” “That’s too bad,” acknowledged Sylva. “What is it? now not Fairy Dishwashing, i'm hoping! ” Fairy Dishwashing was once an issue Sylva continuously attempted to prevent.

They broke the chairs and fearful the animals. And the executive Troll had his grubby paw at the Narwhal’s Tusk. The fairies’ worried voices rang in the course of the ballroom. “Stop them! ” however it used to be so not easy to fly with the heavy diamond wings on their backs. “Tackle them! ” however it used to be demanding to maneuver within the based robes. “Run them down! ” however the fairies’ dancing slippers weren't made for working. or even worse, the diamond wings have been disappearing. They have been turning again into moonlight, and the moonlight used to be fading away.

Did all of the fairies lose their houses? ” requested Sylva eventually. “Every one among them. Their homes have been trampled, their university used to be dug up, their queen’s palace used to be destroyed—” Rosy needed to cease for breath. “—and lots of them have been chased until they dropped from exhaustion. So it really is fortunate that all of them escaped. ” Clara didn’t upload “with their lives. ” She didn’t have to. “I notion summer season humans have been great to fairies,” stated Sylva. “Oh, they was once great to fairies,” stated Clara. “When young ones nonetheless believed in fairies.

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