Natalie the Christmas Stocking Fairy (Rainbow Magic Special Edition)

Natalie the Christmas Stocking Fairy (Rainbow Magic Special Edition)

Daisy Meadows

Language: English

Pages: 27

ISBN: 1408312794

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Christmas is in chaos!
Jack Frost never gets anything in his Christmas stocking, so this year, he's decided that nobody else will, either! He's stolen Natalie the Christmas Stocking Fairy's three magic objects. Without them, Natalie can't make sure that kids all over the world get their special presents!
Can Kirsty and Rachel help their newest fairy friend? Or is the Christmas magic about to fizzle and fade?
Find the magic objects in all three stories inside this Rainbow Magic Special Edition and help save the Christmas stocking magic!

Here Is the Baby

Hazel Green

A New Arrival (Sprout Street Neighbors)

The Berenstain Bears Learn About Strangers

少儿文学名著:莱辛寓言 (Famous Children's Literature:Lessing's Fables)

If I Ran the Circus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

perfect. But without them, no one will have a wonderful Christmas in the human or the fairy world.” “That must be why we had so much trouble making the pies,” Kirsty exclaimed. “If you were Jack Frost, where would you hide the magic items?” asked Rachel. The girls thought carefully. “I think we should go to the Ice Castle,” said Kirsty. “If we can sneak inside, we might be able to find out where Jack Frost has hidden the things he took, even if they’re not actually in the castle.” “Do you

really think we should?” asked Natalie. “It could be dangerous. If Jack Frost finds us, he might imprison us.” “We’ve been there before and escaped,” said Kirsty bravely. “Besides, we’re not going to let Jack Frost ruin Christmas for everyone!” “Kirsty’s right,” said Rachel. “We’ll be safe as long as we stick together.” Once out of the workshop, they weaved their way through the trees to the edge of the forest. At last, they found themselves on the road to the Ice Castle. They flew as fast as

back before I could find out what was inside.” “That’s easy,” said Kirsty. “We were making my grandmother’s special recipe.” “What’s in that?” demanded the bigger goblin. “It has apples and brown sugar,” said Kirsty. “And lemon zest and pecans,” Rachel added. The goblins made faces. The small goblin wrinkled his nose in disgust. “Yuck!” he said. “Horrible sickly sweet fairy food.” “What a rotten trick,” grumbled the other. “I’m glad we didn’t try the pie!” Suddenly, Kirsty had an idea.

shining in the darkness of the chimney. The light grew brighter and brighter, and then a fairy whooshed down the chimney in a whirl of silvery sparkles. “Natalie!” said Rachel happily. “Have you found your other missing items?” “Not yet,” said Natalie, her cheeks pink. “But I think I’m very close. I followed two goblins all the way from Fairyland, and I think Jack Frost might have sent them here to hide the enchanted stocking!” Tree Tricks “So the enchanted stocking might be very close by?”

shining in the darkness of the chimney. The light grew brighter and brighter, and then a fairy whooshed down the chimney in a whirl of silvery sparkles. “Natalie!” said Rachel happily. “Have you found your other missing items?” “Not yet,” said Natalie, her cheeks pink. “But I think I’m very close. I followed two goblins all the way from Fairyland, and I think Jack Frost might have sent them here to hide the enchanted stocking!” Tree Tricks “So the enchanted stocking might be very close by?”

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