Hello friends my name is Kirsty. Want to know what was my adventure this time. If you want to know then follow me into my adventure. This book is about how my friend Rachel, my fairy friend and Crystal I retrieve Crystal's feather back. You must be wondering what is this feather and why does Crystal have to retrieve her own feather? I will tell you why she has to retrieve her own feather. Jack frost is always busy in the winter's because he has to make it snow and helps in giving down frost. In the summer's he is free and feels very bored which means trouble for the fairies. Doodle is fairyland's Cock. Without Doodle the weather in the human world and Fairyland would not be possible. One day when it was very sunny Doodle perched on one of Fairyland's pink towers. Doodle flapped his wings, nodded his head and flew down to the ground. Suddenly seven goblins appeared behind Doodle! They quickly plucked all the seven feathers from Doodle's tail and ran away! Doodle chased them to the human world but without the seven feathers Doodle was lifeless and turned into a rusty old weather vane. Luckily I found Doodle and thought it was a weather vane until the fairies told this to me. Jack Frost has asked the goblins to take one feather with them in the human world and hide it so that the fairies cannot find it. This is the second time the fairies need Rachel and my help.
Without the feathers the weathers are mixed up in the human world and in Fairyland. In this book it's snowing when it is summer! We find a goblin in Mrs. Fordham's house who lives there by herself. We know very well that a goblin doesn't like cold feet so we gave him warm slippers so that he could fall asleep while we could just snatch the feather out of his hand and run away. The goblin doesn't even know how to use the feather but still is waving it all around and that is causing ice cubes appear which fall onto the ground and melt which leaves tiny puddles all over the room! After Doodle gets a feather back ti its tail it tries to warn us by telling a part of a message which will warn us about Jack Frost. Don't you think Rachel and I are lucky to have met fairies. I wish you meet one too .
Age Range: 4 - 8 years
Grade Level: Preschool - 3
Paperback: 80 pages
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (March 1, 2006)