Synopses & Reviews
Everybody knows that fairies are charming little creatures, dainty, pretty, and tidy. Airy Fairy is different. Young readers who make her acquaintance soon realize that she does have charm--but dainty? Tidy? Not Airy Fairy! Kids will laugh as they read these stories about the messiest fairy in town. Funny stories, vivid characters, and amusing line art fill the pages of the Airy Fairy series. Each story appears in chapters, just like an adult's novel, but Airy Fairy's humorous adventures are written on a level that will appeal to girls and boys. In this funny story, Airy Fairy's school is the scene for a series of student athletic events. Who is the fastest, fittest, sportiest fairy in the academy? But clumsy Airy Fairy has a feeling that she's heading for disaster. Black-and-white illustrations on nearly every page.
Airy Fairy's school is the scene for a series of student athletic events. Who is the fastest, fittest, sportiest fairy in the academy? But clumsy Airy Fairy has a feeling that she's heading for disaster.
Meet Airy Fairy
Her wand is bent, her wings are covered with bandages, and her spells are always a muddle! But she’s the cutest fairy around
The Chief Inspector of Schools has asked Fairy Gropplethorpe to organize a competition
to find the fittest fairy in her Academy. It ought to be fun, but Airy Fairy isn’t so sure. Running … riding … climbing ropes? What a lot of chances for an accident-prone fairy to mess up!
About the Author
Margaret Ryan is the author of many books for younger children. Before turning to writing she taught school in her native Scotland. Her writing career began when she won a competition organized by the Scottish Association of Writers. Margaret is married and is the mother of two grown children. She lives in Scotland.