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Join Rachel, Kirsty and the Jewel Fairies for enchanted fun and adventure! Disaster has struck Fairyland! Without them, the fairies are losing their magical powers. My five year old daughter is completely hooked on all the Fairy Series books from Daisy Meadows. Each book is less than 70 pages and yet, with six chapters each, they feel 'grown up' to the preschool set.
And while the story line is essentially the same in each book--Jack Frost and his goblins have stolen a set of jewels or pets or rainbow colors or weather systems, and it is up to Kirsty and Rachel and their fairy friends to hunt them down--they are easy to read and we can generally finish each My five year old daughter is completely hooked on all the Fairy Series books from Daisy Meadows.
And while the story line is essentially the same in each book--Jack Frost and his goblins have stolen a set of jewels or pets or rainbow colors or weather systems, and it is up to Kirsty and Rachel and their fairy friends to hunt them down--they are easy to read and we can generally finish each book in a day or two. I won't lie, the stories are mind-numbingly boring at times.
However, I am impressed with the vocabulary it introduces to young children. Instead of a lot of "Kirsty said.. Also, it is fun to watch my daughter so incredibly fascinated with the idea of fairy magic, and her excitement to finish one book and start another.
In fact, she woke me up at this morning to get a nice early start on Lucy the Diamond Fairy. We finished it within an hour. I didn't have nearly enough coffee in my system to pay attention to or care about the story line May 06, Tim Roast rated it really liked it. I read this with my 8-year-old daughter who loves these rainbow fairy books.
Anyone who has read any of them before will know why. They are designed perfectly for her age group and younger. Each story features best friends Kirsty and Rachel having to help out a fairy friend from Fairyland in their perpetual battle against Jack Frost and the goblins. This one is no different. This story is about Lucy the Diamond Fairy maybe the name was inspired by a Beatles song? Jack Frost has stolen the diam I read this with my 8-year-old daughter who loves these rainbow fairy books. Jack Frost has stolen the diamond from Fairy Queen Titania's tiara.
Lucy needs to get the diamond back because the diamond controls flying magic and without it the fairies' "wings grew fainter and fainter, and now they have vanished". It falls upon Kirsty and Rachel to help Lucy sort it out of course. Along the way there are also a number of clear and simple pictures to bring the text alive, and the story is written in big text too ideal for early readers.
As for my daughter she loved the story, the pictures and also the opening poem. If I was to be critical I would say that if you read a lot of these rainbow fairy books then the plots are rather similar with each seeing the girls having to recover a lost item for the fairy from Jack Frost and the goblins in each book, but my daughter doesn't mind. Overall a typical rainbow fairy story that little girls will love. Jun 28, Cecelia rated it it was amazing. Lucy's jewel is a diamond and it controls flying power.
Even though all of the other jewels are hidden in the human world, the diamond stayed in Fairy Land, but it was still hidden. It was hidden as one of the stars in the sky, but when evil Jack Frost comes while Kristy and Rachel are flying towards it they still have flying power because they poured fairy dust on themselves so they could fly to Fairy Land and help he uses his big gust of wind and blows them back to a tree. They try to fly bu Lucy's jewel is a diamond and it controls flying power.
They try to fly but they can't, because the wind is too strong. When Lucy finally gets her diamond back, all the fairies can fly again when it is back on Queen Titania's crown. Then, they can finally have the celebration that they have every Fall, when all the fairies charge up their wands with the magic jewels. Without the jewels, back when they were all stolen, before Rachel and Kristy found any of them, there was barely any magic left in Fairy Land.
Jan 21, Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it. In this case, the missing pet is a puppy. Rachel and Kirsty a Spring Show sort of a county-fair type of thing and there is a pet shelter display. All but one of the puppies is quickly adopted. Rachel and Kirsty meet Lauren, the Puppy Fairy, and they search for her missing pet, once again having to deal with the goblins who are so inefficient and stupid that it's no wonder Jack Frost is always in a bad mood.
Another cute story.
Jun 16, Priya Appleby rated it liked it. My overall review for the rainbow magic series These books were so magical to me as a child. They really got me into reading and I was so addicted. They helped me learn the colours of the rainbow and entertained me for several years.
The books aren't very good. I've tried reading them again because I was interested in what I saw in them. The books are very similar and repetitive but to child version of me, they were completely perfect! Oct 17, Crooked Whisker added it Shelves: rainbow-magic , fairy.
I liked this book, it gave me the urge to read deeper in to the book, but it was quite short. I just want the book to be longer. It took me like maybe 3 minute to read it and that really disappointed me.
Lucy the diamond fairy is the last fairy that Rachel and Kirsty must help in the jewel fairies group. Read all seven fairy adventures in the Jewel Fairies set! Average Review. Daisy Meadows. I also liked it when Rachel and Kirsty went to look for the diamond because they went up a really tall tree.
Although it was a fantastic!!! I recommend it to kids who are just starting to read chapter books or if they need more confidence. I'm also sad that all of the rainbow magic series only have one villain. Nov 15, Literary Chanteuse rated it liked it Shelves: mg-fantasy.
This particular story has some adventure and magic, and most importanltly a message of how when working together with a friend no matter how difficult the job can be accomplished. There are iilustrations that my daughter enjoyed along with the story as well. Any book that gets her this enthusiastic about reading gets my vote!
Jan 10, Reagan rated it liked it. Rachel and Kristy have to help the jewel fairies because since the magical diamond is missing the fairies wings are gone. If Rachel and Kristy don't find the diamond quickly their wings will faint to. But soon they get help because Lucy rode up on her winged horse to help them.
Just the three friends and the mighty Jack Frost fighting agenst each other to get the magic diamond. Who will win? The fairy friends of course. The event was really meant for children six and up, but because it seems as if everyone in the children sections of the various libraries knows us, the librarian let us attend. Sophie begged for me to check this book out, and I did so somewhat reluctantly. We did read it over two nights before bed, and both girls even tomboy JJ loved it.
Chapter books, here we come!!! View 2 comments. Shelves: children , sci-fi-fantasy. A satisfactory conclusion to the Jewel Fairies adventures. This book doesn't quite follow the formula of previous books in the series. As soon as the book opens, the girls are transported to Fairyland, where the last jewel, a diamond, is hidden. This time, instead of dealing with Jack Frost's goblins, the girls must deal with Jack Frost himself! Rainbow Magic is the no. Learn more about the books at www. Rating details.
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