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A Fairy's Tale

by Trina M. Ward  US United States

July 17, 2015   |    1,696 reads    |   0 comments

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Book image did not loadDeep within Animal's Kingdom there is a grove of overgrown mushrooms which are inhabited by magical flying creatures. Pixie's Dust has a colony of human like beings that live in unison with the land and wildlife that surrounds their homes.
Each fairy has a unique gift that makes them important to their existence. Some can grow fruits, vegetables and even cook better than the others. The story although fully involves the whole colony, focuses on the youngest fairy that has a hard time proving that even at a young age she is important too.
Willa, short for Willow, teams up with a near extinct animal. His name is Bloom and he is a hutia which is similar to a chipmunk but a little larger. A friendship is born and after only a few hours together they feel a bond that cannot be broken.
Something destroys part of the kingdom and the duo teams up with a "Giant Walker" which is a young boy belonging to a small tribe. The Eye Stars are a protector of all wildlife but they may have more than they can handle with the evil woman who thinks she should own all the flowers and beauty that Animal Kingdom holds.
They have to find a way to convince her that she can enjoy the flowers and exotic plants without killing them. Sharing nature while preserving it is the important lesson she must learn.

About The Author

Trina M. Ward is a small town writer who has found her passion in writing. Being a huge movie goer and thrill seeker, she tries to bring the excitement and fear of myths and legends to paper. Her earlier works 'The Martin House' and 'Sandy Creek' have been compared to the legend Dean R. Koontz.

Trina is regarded as being someone who does the best at whatever she working on. Many people think she could be the next big thing as she takes the stories and events and transforms them into scenarios that most won't even talk about.

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