By Daisy Meadows

First Scholastic printing, September 2008.
Age variety: 7 - 10 Years.

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• Stella the big name Fairy

• Holly the Christmas Fairy

• Gabriella the Snow country Fairy

• Paige the Christmas Play Fairy (previously released as Paige the Pantomime Fairy via Orchard U.K. in 2006).

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Let’s pass! ” The goblins have been off within the distance via now, so the ladies and Gabriella gave chase. clean snow from the magic snowflake fell and blurred their view, however the goblins have been yelling and making quite a bit noise that they have been effortless to trace. The goblins disappeared over the facet of a mountain slope, and while Kirsty, Rachel, and Gabriella reached the sting, they observed that the goblins have been zooming down at best velocity. Rachel held her breath as she and Kirsty started racing down the slope. She hadn’t had a lot perform on a snowboard, and this used to be a steep mountain — she quite was hoping she’d have the capacity to maintain her stability. Kirsty additionally felt apprehensive on her skis. She’d purely ever attempted them out at the bunny slopes ahead of. yet either ladies knew Gabriella’s fairy magic may support them stay alongside of the goblins — it was once their in basic terms desire of having the magic snowflake again! “You’re doing particularly well,” Gabriella referred to as out. “I imagine we’re gaining on them. maintain going! ” It used to be actual. the ladies have been getting nearer and towards the goblins. Kirsty might see that the goblin with the snowflake wasn’t far-off, and he or she hunched a bit decrease on her skis, attempting to meet up with him. simply as she was once approximately to arrive him, although, one other goblin pulled up along them on a snowboard. Deftly, he plucked the snowflake out of the 1st goblin’s palms. fortunately, Rachel was once close to the goblin who now had the snowflake. As she zoomed earlier on her snowboard, she flung out a hand and grabbed the snowflake from the stunned goblin. Rachel gasped in surprise — partially simply because she’d truly stored Gabriella’s magic snowflake, but additionally since it used to be very chilly to touch, even via her gloves! It numbed her palms, and she or he couldn’t get a superb grip on it. “Oh no! ” Rachel cried helplessly, because it fell from her seize. Her frozen arms simply couldn’t carry on anymore. She attempted desperately to forestall her snowboard, yet she used to be going too speedy. Rachel may merely flip and watch because the snowflake floated throughout the air at the back of her. “Ha, ha! ” A goblin sliding alongside on a sled grabbed the magic snowflake and cheered with glee. Rachel eventually controlled to prevent her snowboard, and Kirsty pulled up beside her. “Sorry,” Rachel groaned, disillusioned with herself. “I wasn’t looking ahead to the magic snowflake to be so chilly. ” “Don’t worry,” Kirsty acknowledged. “I’ve acquired an idea. Gabriella, do you're thinking that you'll use your magic to create an immense snowdrift on the backside of the mountain? lets seize all of the goblins in it! ” “Sure,” Gabriella spoke back. “Let’s see …” She pointed her wand down and chanted a few magic phrases. Blue and pink flickers crackled from her wand, and a big pile of snow seemed on the foot of the mountain. The goblins, who have been all careening down the slope, plunged instantly into it! Gabriella giggled. “It’s a pleasant, tender touchdown for them, at least,” she acknowledged, as muffled shouts got here from the snowdrift. Goblin legs and arms caught out far and wide, yet not one of the goblins appeared in a position to get out. “Come on,” Kirsty acknowledged with a smile. “Let’s see if we will locate the snowflake now that each one the goblins are trapped.

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