Weather Fairies #5: Evie the Mist Fairy: A Rainbow Magic Book

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Scholastic, Nov 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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Fairyland is home to the seven Weather Fairies! They use magical feathers to bring all of the weather to Fairyland. But when the feathers disappear, the weather turns wacky. The Weather Fairies must fix it -- fast! Evie the Mist Fairy has lost her Mist Feather. Now she's trapped in the shadowy forest! Can Rachel and Kirsty find their way through the fog to help her? Find one feather in each book and fix the weather in Fairyland!

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It's a great book but I have to criticise the start. It keeps telling us about the fairies and how Kirsty and Rachel were friends with them. They have to add a more exciting, fresh start to kick start the reader's mind. Plus they might want to add more detail to the plot of the story as the goblin doesn't have to be dumb and easily tricked all the time. 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
15
Section 3
27
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About the author (2006)

Daisy Meadows is the pseudonym used for the four writers of the Rainbow Magic children's series: Narinder Dhami, Sue Bentley, Linda Chapman, and Sue Mongredien. Rainbow Magic features differing groups of fairies as main characters, including the Jewel fairies, Weather fairies, Pet fairies, Petal fairies, and Sporty fairies. Narinder Dhami was born in Wolverhampton, England on November 15, 1958. She received a degree in English from Birmingham University in 1980. After having taught in primary and secondary schools for several years she began to write full-time. Dhami has published many retellings of popular Disney stories and wrote the Animal Stars and Babes series, the latter about young British girls of Asian origin. She lives in Cambridge, England with her husband and cats. Sue Bentley was born in Northampton, England. She worked in a library after completing her education and began writing for children once her own began school. Bentley is the author of the Magic Kitten, Magic Puppy, and S Club series and lives in Northamptonshire. Linda Chapman has written over 50 children's fiction books, including the following series: My Secret Unicorn, Stardust, Not Quite a Mermaid, and Unicorn School. She lives in Leicestershire with her husband and daughters. Sue Mongredien was born in 1970 and grew up in Nottingham, England. She has published over 100 children's books, including the following series: The Adventures of Captain Pugwash, The Magic Key, Frightful Families, and Oliver Moon. She has also contributed many titles to the Sleepover Club series and written picture books. Mongredien created the Royal Ballet School Diaries under the pen name Alexandra Moss. She lives with her family in Bath, England.

Georgie Ripper is a children's book writer from England. This is her first book to be published in the United States.