A Pixie Pilgrimage

A Pixie Pilgrimage We are two turns of a leaf one dark but strong one light but happy Both turns of the leaf are needed The Northern Pixies are in danger of extinction After losing her adopted mother and discovering sh

  • Title: A Pixie Pilgrimage
  • Author: Scott Butcher
  • ISBN: 9781928133032
  • Page: 148
  • Format: ebook
  • We are two turns of a leaf one dark but strong one light but happy Both turns of the leaf are needed The Northern Pixies are in danger of extinction After losing her adopted mother, and discovering she is a Pixie Princess, Stillwart s adventures continue To save both the Northern Fairies, and their Pixie cousins, Stillwart must bring a special selection of fairy gra We are two turns of a leaf one dark but strong one light but happy Both turns of the leaf are needed The Northern Pixies are in danger of extinction After losing her adopted mother, and discovering she is a Pixie Princess, Stillwart s adventures continue To save both the Northern Fairies, and their Pixie cousins, Stillwart must bring a special selection of fairy grains to the Thorn Tree.Stillwart, Appleblossom, a troop of fairy warriors, three pixie knights, and one sooty owl attempt a journey to London to answer the call of the Thorn Tree Unfortunately, they find themselves on the wrong plane and heading to the far off land of Canada.There, they meet Fairies Don t Exist, who introduces them to hockey and reveals that she is so much than a frazzled, feral fairy A Pixie Pilgrimage is book two of The Fairly Stillwart Chronicles.

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    1. My ten-year old son, Matt, and I have finished reading A PIXIE PILGRIMAGE, and we loved it. Once again, we admire Stillwart’s tenacity, strong sense of compassion toward others, and sheer strength of will. In this story, the second chronicle, Stillwart has absorbed most of Fiona’s magic, making her perhaps the most powerful pixie in the world. Yet she remains grounded, using her exceptional gifts for the good of others.*** SPOILER ALERT ***The introduction of the human narrator as a characte [...]

    2. This book continues where Stillwart and the Southern Fairies left off. Again, the tale is told in a natural, compelling way. Our ugly little oddball turns out a princess, with a realm to save.While the major theme in the first book for me seemed to be how one single person can wreak fundamental changes, this time around the message is: it takes all sorts. Fairies and pixies, two different races with different attitudes, not to mention looks, still rely on one another, need the other to survive. [...]

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