Childrens Books: The Fairy That Lost Her Wings
by Elizabeth Jack
The Fairy That Lost Her Wings
The Fairy That Lost Her Wings is an enchanting tale of an unfortunate fairy who loses her wings and her desperate search for them. This simple story is aimed at youngsters with a vivid imagination.
This is how it all starts:
It was early spring in fairyland and little Francesca who was the youngest of all the fairies was still fast asleep in bed.
Outside the day was just beginning, the sun had just risen above the tall trees and the forest birds were beginning to twitter and whistle, it was going to be a beautiful day.
Francesca opened her eyes and gave a huge smile as she remembered that this was her first day at fairy school.
She jumped out of bed and quickly got dressed and headed for the kitchen where her mummy was making breakfast for the rest of the family.
She took her place at the table and started to eat her breakfast.
Soon it was time to leave for school; she packed her little bag and followed her big sister Veronica to school.
Scottish author Elizabeth Jack has written, illustrated and published a serious of childrens books aimed as youngsters to read to or as early or first read.