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Flora the Princess Fairy

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Flora the Fairy Princess

Mary K. Smith

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Shakespir Edition

Copyright © 2015 Mary K. Smith

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Flora the Princess Fairy

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[] Flora the Princess Fairy

Flora lived with her three best friends, Aquatica, Nocturna, and Primavera, in a magical forest. Each of the Princess Fairies was responsible for a different aspect of life in the forest. Aquatica was the fairy in charge of rain, Nocturna was the fairy in charge of nighttime, and Primavera was the fairy in charge of changing seasons.

But Flora secretly thought that her job was the very best of all! Flora, you see, was in charge of causing flowers to grow!

Flora was a pretty little Princess Fairy, with ivory skin, pale-blue eyes, and dark-red hair pulled back from her face. She wore a bright-yellow dress that she herself had made from the petals of one of her favorite flowers—the daffodil. Her daffodil friends had been kind enough to share their beauty with Flora, and Flora would forever be grateful.

Now it was springtime, and Flora was excited because it was at this time of year—the middle of May—when beautiful flowers began to bloom in abundance, all thanks to Flora. Flora would go through the forest with her magic watering can and sprinkle droplets of fairy water on every flowerbed she saw. Soon the beds would be bright with blooms, and summer would surely be on its way. Flora loved how bright and colorful the flowers made the woodlands look.

But this year, the flowers refused to pop out of the ground, even though Flora’s fairy water made growing nearly effortless for them.

“We don’t want to stand up in the sun and rain all summer long,” they grumbled from under the dirt. “Leave us alone this year, Flora, and come back next spring.”

Poor Flora was disheartened. The stubbornness of the flowers had made her magic watering can practically useless.

But her Princess Fairy friends suggested that Flora visit the moon. He was another friend of theirs, and he was known for being very stubborn.

“He’ll give you some good advice!” Nocturna, Aquatica, and Primavera encouraged Flora. “It’s worked before!”

So Flora went to see the moon.

“What’s up, Flora?” the moon asked.

Flora sighed. “The flowers are being so stubborn this year!” she complained.

The moon giggled. “Let me guess: they’re refusing to bloom.”

“They’re refusing to even pop out of the earth!” cried Flora.

The moon thought for a moment. “I know how stubborn minds work, and I have an idea,” he told her. “Once you start laying the compliments on thick, the flowers are sure to want to bloom. After all, who doesn’t enjoy hearing how beautiful they are?”

“Thanks, Mr. Moon!” replied Flora. “It just might work!”

But the moon had already fallen asleep; he sure loved his naps, and besides, he didn’t officially wake up till nighttime.

Taking the moon’s advice, Flora went to visit the roses first. “Come on, pretty roses,” she coaxed. “Come out of the earth and bloom!”

Flora even brought a beautiful picture she took with the roses last year to remind them how beautiful they are.

Beneath their bed of dirt, the roses scoffed, “Not this year.”

“Okay,” said Flora, pretending she didn’t care. “I guess no one will be able to appreciate your pretty red petals, long stems, and sweet scent. But that’s okay. A year’s not so long off.”

“Wait!” cried the roses.

Flora tried to keep the smile out of her voice. “Yes?”

“We’ve changed our minds,” said the roses. “We want to come up this year.”

So Flora sprinkled water from her magic watering can over them—and what do you know? The roses bloomed beautifully!

Next, Flora visited the daisies. “Come on, pretty daisies,” she coaxed. Come out of the earth and bloom!”

Beneath their bed of dirt, the daisies giggled, “Not this year.”

“Okay,” said Flora, pretending she didn’t care. “I guess no one will be able to appreciate your lemon-yellow petals or the way you brighten up the hillside. But that’s okay. A year’s not so long off.”

“Wait!” cried the daisies.

Once again, Flora tried to keep the smile out of her voice. “Yes?”

“We’ve changed our minds,” said the daisies. “We want to come up this year.”

So Flora sprinkled water from her magic watering can over them—and what do you know? The daisies bloomed beautifully!

After that, Flora visited the violets. “Come on, pretty violets,” she coaxed. “Come out of the earth and bloom!”

Beneath their bed of dirt, the violets yawned, “Not this year.”

“Okay,” said Flora, pretending she didn’t care. “I guess no one will be able to appreciate your lovely lavender petals or how pretty you look in a wildflower bouquet. But that’s okay. A year’s not so long off.”

“Wait!” cried the violets.

For the third time, Flora tried to keep the smile out of her voice. “Yes?”

“We’ve changed our minds,” said the violets. “We want to come up this year.”

So Flora sprinkled water from her magic watering can over them—and what do you know? The violets bloomed beautifully!

Wonderful, thought Flora, after she had repeated this trick with flowers all throughout the forest.

“The woodlands look beautiful!” cried Aquatica.

“The flowers have never been so bright and pretty!” declared Nocturna.

“I can’t wait to gather a bouquet!” Primavera put in.

But Flora just smiled. Thanks to her magical watering can—and a healthy dose of advice from the moon—flowers were in bloom all throughout the enchanted forest!

That might be the end of the Princess Fairies’ special stories for now—but Flora and her friends want to encourage kids everywhere just like you to keep on reading. After all, what’s better than books when it comes to adventure?

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Flora the Princess Fairy

Flora the Princess Fairy! Flora is one of the four Princess Fairies. They are four best friends that live in a magical forest. Each fairy has a special magical power! Flora is a pretty little Princess Fairy, with ivory skin, pale-blue eyes, and dark-red hair pulled back from her face. She wears a bright-yellow dress that she herself had made from the petals of one of her favorite flowers—the daffodil. Flora is in charge of making sure the flowers bloom every year, but this year the flowers don't want to bloom! What will Flora do? -Excellent for beginning and early readers -Great for reading aloud with friends and family -Illustrated storybook great for a quick bedtime story This book is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and reading aloud at home. Scroll up and click 'buy' and spend some quality time with your child!

  • Author: Hey Sup Bye Publishing
  • Published: 2015-10-13 17:50:12
  • Words: 1113
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