Amazing Nature Party: Who The Special Guests Were

Hey, everyone! This is part 7 of the Amazing Nature Party series. In this part of the series, you’ll find the answers to the questions asked in Part 6. I hope you enjoy!

The party leader and the party guests added more expressions to help the special guests feel welcome, impressed, and have fun.

The people who were willing to give the Nature Party a try were a nymph, a sprite named Daisy,  a countess named Lavender, a king named Miles, a queen named Lila, and a superhero named Abby the Magnificent.

The party guests were very gratified and honored to have a king, nymph, countess, and superhero to be at the party. Here’s what Daisy said, “What a blooming party, this should happen every day!”. The nymph said, “What a beautiful party about nature!”

Miles said, “This is such an extravaganza! As King and wife to Lila, I would like to politely request that this nature party happens every day.” The party guests cheered happily at the demand.

Lila said, “I very much agree with Miles and everyone else at this party. As Queen and wife of Miles, I would also like to cordially ask that this nature party goes on every day.”

Everyone again applauded and cheered at the request and agreement. Abby said, “This is the most adventurous party I’ve ever seen in ages. I’ve also brought someone back with me you might like to see again.”

As soon as Abby said those words, the nature Fairy; her unicorn, and the Fairy Queen came out from beneath the tree. The Nature party guests as well as the Nature Party leader applauded cheerfully.

The Nature Fairy said, “Is there a wish I can grant all of you?” and the party guests, as well as the special guests, said, “Yes, the wish is that the nature party lasts more than a day and night.”

At those words, the Nature fairy summoned her mother who is the Fairy Queen to help her grant the wish. And so, that’s how nature gets along so well to this day.

That’s the end of the Amazing Nature Party series. I hope you enjoyed the series!

Wonderful Book Enchantment: Starfields by Carolyn Marsden

Hey, everyone! This is my 58th book recommendation.  Also, in case you’re wondering the blue links, are Amazon affiliates. Here are some other book recommendation blog posts: http://lilliandarnell.com/2017/08/10/wonderful-book-enchantment-georges-marvelous-medicine-by-ronald-dahl/http://lilliandarnell.com/2016/10/25/books-i-recommend-frozen-by-sarah-nathan-and-sela-roman/, and http://lilliandarnell.com/2016/06/14/books-i-recommend-the-curious-garden-by-peter-brown/. I hope you enjoy!

1. A Simple Case of Angels by Caroline Adderson

2. The Worst Witch Saves The Day by Jill Murphy

3. Race to the South Pole by Kate Messner

4. At War, 1944 by Mary Pope Osborne

5. Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl

6. Pocket Guide to the Outdoors by Jean Craighead George

7. A Complicated Case by Ulf Nilsson

8. Titanic by Deborah Hopkinson

9. Tree Castle Island by Jean Craighead George

10. Ancient Egyptians by Laura Buller

11. India the Moonstone Fairy by Daisy Meadows

12. Ellie Featherbill All Alone by Daisy Meadows

13. Jessica the Jazz Fairy by Daisy Meadows

14. Cherry the Cake Fairy by Daisy Meadows

15. Rescue on the Oregon Trail by Kate Messner

16. The Song of the Whales by Uri Orlev

17. Kindred Souls by Patricia MacLachlan

18. The Truth of Me by Patricia MacLachlan

19. White Fur Flying by Patricia MacLachlan

20. Starfields by Carolyn Marsden

21. Fish Talk by Suzanne Francis

22. Wish by Barbara O’Connor

23. Calico Girl by Jerdine Nolen

24. Lily the Rainforest Fairy by Daisy Meadows

25. Sky Sailors by David L. Bristow

26. The Boys In The Boat by Daniel James Brown

27. Wishes and Wings by Kathleen Duey

28. The Fourth Journey Through Time by Geronimo Stilton

29. James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

30. The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl

31. A Girl from Yamhill by Beverly Cleary

32. Free In The Skies by Robert Burleigh

33. Cross Stitch Fairies by Claire Crompton, Maria Diaz, Joan Elliott, Lucie Heaton, and Lesley Teare

34. A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle

35. Who Was George Washington Carver? by Jim Gigliotti

36. Destiny the Rock Star Fairy by Daisy Meadows

37. Me And Marvin Gardens by Amy Sarig King

38. Counting Sheep by Jacqueline Kelly

39. The Mystery Horse by Gertrude Chandler Warner

40. Henry Ford by Hazel B. Aird and Catherine Ruddiman

41. One Step at a Time by Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch

42. The Metropolitans by Carol Goodman

43. Man Of Peace by Willam Meyers

44. Maggie and the Wish Fish by E.D. Baker

45. Louisa May Alcott by Cary Ryan

46. Eat My Dust! by Monica Kulling

47. Earth From Above by Robert Burleigh Farmer

48. Farmer George Plants a Nation by Peggy Thomas

49. Judy Blume by Kathleen Krull

50. Drowned City by Don Brown

51. Fireflies by Sally M. Walker

52. Dream Weaver by Jonathan London

53. The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder

54. Lucy the Diamond Fairy by Daisy Meadows

55. Cheryl the Christmas Fairy by Daisy Meadows

56. Man on a Mission by David Hilmers and Rick Houston

57. Keira the Movie Star Fairy by Daisy Meadows

58. Libby the Writing Fairy by Daisy Meadows

59. Collision Course by Gordon Korman

60. Irish Red by Jim Kjelgaard

61. Castle Avamir by Kathleen Duey

62. Melodie the Music Fairy by Daisy Meadows

63. Knit-Knotters by Sam Hay

64. Lindsay the Luck Fairy by Daisy Meadows

Wonderful Book Enchantment: George’s Marvelous Medicine by Ronald Dahl

Hey, everyone! This is my 57th book recommendation. Also, in case you’re wondering the blue links, are Amazon affiliates. Here are some other book recommendation blog posts: http://lilliandarnell.com/2017/03/03/books-i-recommend-a-year-full-of-stories-by-angela-mcallister/http://lilliandarnell.com/2016/12/12/books-i-recommend-the-song-reader-by-lisa-tucker/, and http://lilliandarnell.com/2017/04/10/books-i-recommend-a-minty-mess-by-helen-perelman/.  I hope you enjoy!

1. How the Sun Got to Coco’s House by Bob Graham

2. Miriam’s Cup by Fran Manushkin

3. Poems Of Easter by Nikki Grimes

4. Doña Flor by Pat Mora

5. Lucky Lazio by Steve Light

6. Small Tall Tale From The Far Far North by Peter Sis

7. A Fish Named Glub by Dan Bar-el

8. A Dozen Fairy Dresses by Tennant Redbank

9. Maps and Geography by Ken Jennings

10. The Mystery at the Dog Show by Gertrude Chandler Warner

11. Wish Girl by Nikki Loftin

12. Ashley the Dragon Fairy by Daisy Meadows

13. Bella the Bunny Fairy by Daisy Meadows

14. The Mystery Cruise by Gertrude Chandler Warner

15. Growling Bear Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

16. The Mystery of the Stolen Music by Gertrude Chandler Warner

17. The Clue in the Recycling Bin by Gertrude Chandler Warner

18. The Return Of The Graveyard Ghost by Gertrude Chandler Warner

19. When The Sea Turned To Silver by Grace Lin

20. The Stolen Crystals by Paula Harrison

21. Good-Bye, Grace? by Madonna

22. The Snow Jewel by Paula Harrison

23. Going Solo by Ronald Dahl

24. Dragonwings by Laurence Yep

25.The Someday Birds by Sally J. Pla

26. Tom Swift and his Air Ship by Victor Appleton

27. Trekking On A Trail by Linda White

28. The Lost Property Office by James R. Hannibal

29. The Days When The Animals Talked by William J. Faulkner

30. Elon Musk and The Quest For A Fantastic Future by Ashlee Vance

31. Talking Leaves by Joseph Bruchac

32. Irena’s Children by Tilar J. Mazzeo

33. Saladin by Diane Stanley

34. Grandmothers’ Stories by Burleigh Mutén

35. Irena Sendler and the Children of the Warsaw Ghetto by Susan Goldman Rubin

36. A Clatter of Jars by Lisa Graff

37. Genie Wishes by Elisabeth Dahl

38. The Tragic Tale of Narcissa Whitman by Cheryl Harness

39. A Song for Bijou by Josh Farrar Ragweed

40. Cider Apples by Sandy Nightingale

41. Good Night, Fairies by Kathleen Hague

42. A Chinese Zoo by Demi

43. The Great Spruce by John Duvall

44. Discovering The Great Masters by Alexandra Bonfante Warren

45. Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg by Gail Carson Levine

46. The Full Moon by Kathleen Duey

47. Fira and the Full Moon by Gail Herman

48. Danger in the Deep Blue Sea by Debbie Dadey

49. Roxie the Baking Fairy by Daisy Meadows

50. One Good Thing About America by Ruth Freeman

51. The Mystery on Stage by Gertrude Chandler Warner

52. The Deserted Library Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

53. Julie Andrews’ Collection of Poems, Songs, and Lullabies by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton

54. A Family of Poems by Caroline Kennedy Pink

55. Pink and Say by Patricia Polacco

56. How Mama Brought the Spring by Fran Manushkin

57. SkySisters by Jan Bourdeau Waboose

58. The Rooster’s Antlers by Eric A. Kimmel

59. Creating Creatures of Fantasy and Imagination by Claudia Nice

60. The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me by Ronald Dahl

61. George’s Marvelous Medicine by Ronald Dahl

62. Snow Treasure by Mari McSwigan

Angel Island

Hey, everyone! This story is about an island near Fairyland. I hope you enjoy the story! Read on to read the story if you want to.

Once upon a time, there lived a fairy who was curious about the island. Her name was Angelica.

One day, she decided to go this mysterious island but she knew that she would have to ask her fairy parents if she could go.

When Angelica asked her fairy parents, her fairy parents said she could go.

So Angelica went to pack for the trip. After she packed, she decided to get started on her trip.

About 5 hours later, she reached her destination. The island had nothing on it. She decided to name it The Island of Curiosity.

Angelica had a very good idea. So she flew home and left her belongings on the island. She told her fairy parents the good idea.

Her fairy parents agreed that it would be a good idea. The idea was to bring all angels to the island.

Angelica would stay there in charge of the angels. Her fairy parents disliked the name chosen for the island.

Angelica suggested Angel Island and her fairy parents really liked the name. It also made sense also.
So Angelica went back with all the angels to the island. As the years past, the angels grew a lot and island. It was no longer an island.

It had become a Fairyland city. To this day, guardian angels and other angels live there with kind Angelica.

People who pass away choose to go to Angel Island or somewhere else. This is the end of the story. I hope you enjoyed it!

Island

Books I Recommend: A Year Full Of Stories by Angela McAllister

Hey, everyone! This is my 58th book recommendation blog post. I hope you enjoy!

1. A Year Full Of Stories by Angela McAllister

2. A Chill in the Air by John Frank

3. Frightful’s Daughter by Jean Craighead George

4. The Magic Hat by Mem Fox

5. A Carousel Tale by Elisa Kleven

6. The Wizard’s Wand by Geronimo Stilton

7. Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sijie

8. Valentine’s Day Disaster by Geronimo Stilton

9.The Cheese Experiment by Geronimo Stilton

10. Nick And Tesla’s High-Voltage Danger Lab by Science Bob Pflugfelder

11. Toys by Don Wulffson

12. Paddington’s Storybook by Michael Bond

13. Paddington Helps Out by Michael Bond

14. Paddington Takes the Test by Michael Bond

15. Imagine A Day by Sarah L. Thomson

16. Field Trips by Jim Arnosky

17. The Stonecutter by Demi

18. 1-2-3 Calligraphy by Eleanor Winters

19. Pig On The Titanic by Gary Crew

20. Oskar and the Eight Blessings by Richard Simon and Tanya Simon

21. Medieval Castle by Joanna Cole

22. Happy Birthday to You,  You Belong in a Zoo by Diane deGroat

23. Noodle Man by April Pulley Sayre

24.The Gullywasher by Joyce Rossi

25. Charles and Emma by Deborah Heligman

26. Movement Matters by Katy Bowman

27. Coral the Reef Fairy by Daisy Meadows

28. Something Blue by Courtney Sheinmel

29. Claudia the Accessories Fairy by Daisy Meadows

30. Edie the Garden Fairy by Daisy Meadows

31. Coco the Cupcake Fairy by Daisy Meadows

32. The Golden Statue Plot by Geronimo Stilton

33. Carrie the Snow Cap Fairy by Daisy Meadows

34. Cara the Camp Fairy by Daisy Meadows

35. A Royal Tea by Debbie Dadey

36. Horrible Harry and the Stolen Cookie by Suzy Kline

37. The Dinosaur Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

38. The Mystery Bookstore by Gertrude Chandler Warner

39.The Mystery of the Hidden Beach by Gertrude Chandler Warner

40. Houseboat Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

41. A Warm Welcome by Erica David

42. Change Your Energy by Krista N. Mitchell

43. The Elephant Run by Roland Smith

44. Adam of the Road by Elizabeth Janet Gray

45.Ellie the Guitar Fairy by Daisy Meadows

46. Anna Takes Charge by Erica David

47. Glory Be by Augusta Scattergood

48. Beatrix Potter by Linda Lear

49. In The Footsteps of Adam by Thor Heyerdahl

50. Gabriella the Snow Kingdom Fairy by Daisy Meadows

51. Jennifer the Hairstylist Fairy by Daisy Meadows

52. A Complete Guide to Trees and Shrubs by Better Homes And Gardens

53. All Because Of A Cup Of Coffee by Geronimo Stilton

54. The Underwater Planet by Geronimo Stilton

55. Bonsai Secrets by Peter Chan

56. The Search For Sunken Treasure by Geronimo Stilton

57. Tasha the Tap Dance Fairy by Daisy Meadows

58.Isabelle the Ice Dance Fairy by Daisy Meadows

59. The Te of Piglet by Benjamin Haff

60. Superstar by Courtney Sheinmel

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Books I Recommend: Nefertiti of Egypt by Mary Englar

Hey, everyone! This is my 55th book recommendation. I hope you enjoy!

1. Nefertiti of Egypt by Mary Englar

2. Miró by Nicholas Ross

3. The Journey of Tunuri and the Blue Deer by James Endredy

4. Sea Monster Surprise by Geronimo Stilton

5. The Phantom of the Subway by Geronimo Stilton

6. The Secret of Goldenrod by Jane O’Reilly

7. A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas

8. Maggie’s Door by Patricia Reilly Giff

9. The Tarantula in My Purse And 172 Other Wild Pets by Jean Craighead George

10. The Amazing Life of Benjamin Franklin by James Cross Giblin

11. Attitude of Gratitude by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton

12. Miracle on 133rd Street by Sonia Manzano

13. Where Once There Was a Wood by Denise Fleming

14. Mirror Mirror by Marilyn Singer

15. Wishing Day by Lauren Myracle

16. The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben

17. The Bravest Princess by E.D. Baker

18. A Whole Lot of Lucky by Danette Haworth

19. The Finders-Keepers Rule by Jacqueline Dembar Greene

20. The Steps Across The Water by Adam Gopnick

21. Almanac 2017 by National Geographic Kids

22. The Temple of the Ruby Of Fire by Geronimo Stilton

23. SpaceX And Tesla Motors Engineer by Matt Doeden

24. Someday Dancer by Sarah Rubin

25. The Case of the Golden Key by James Preller

26. The Case of the Great Sled Race by James Preller

27. The Case of the Groaning Ghost by James Preller

28. My Autosaurus Will Win! by Geronimo Stilton

29. Everything Kids’ Science Experiments Book by Tom Robinson

30. Almanac 2016 by National Geographic Kids

31. The Curse of Ravenscourt by Sarah Masters Buckley

32. Midnight Blue by Pauline Fisk

33. Mrs. Claus Doesn’t Climb Telephone Poles by Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton

34. The Knight at Dawn by Mary Pope Osborne

35. Judy Moody Gets Famous! by Megan McDonald

36. Robots Rule the School by Ada Hopper

37. Christmas by Nancy Dickman

38. Waiting for Noël by Ann Dixon

39. Star Blanket by Pat Brisson

40. Ten Days a Mad Woman by Deborah Noyes

41. Indian Boyhood by Charles Eastman

42. Willa Cather by Milton Meltzer

43. Ballerina Get Ready by Allegra Kent

44. Between Heaven and Earth by Howard Norman

45. Between Earth and Sky by Joseph Bruchac

46. The Lizard Man of Crabtree County by Lucy Nolan

47. Jingle Dancer by Cynthia Leitich Smith

48. In Our Mothers’ House by Patricia Polacco

49. Diana’s White House Garden by Elisa Carbone

50. A Picture Book of Dwight David Eisenhower by David A. Adler

51. The Story of Snowflake and Inkdrop by Pierdomenico Baccalario and Alessandro Gatti

52. The Story of Inkdrop and Snowflake by Pierdomenico Baccalario and Alessandro Gatti

53. So Happy! by Kevin Henkes

54. Washington by Steven Otfinoski, Tea Benduhn, and Hex Kleinmartin

55. Father Abraham Lincoln and His Sons by Harold Holzer

56. Rock Candy Treasure by Helen Perelman

57. Umbrella Summer by Lisa Graff

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Beauty in You

Hey, everyone! I’m sharing with you some beauty tips, health tips, and other tips. I hope you enjoy!

Using Coconut Oil:

Coconut oil is excellent for dental health. After brushing teeth with your regular toothpaste, put coconut oil on the toothbrush, and brush your gums and teeth. This will feel awesome. It leaves your teeth feeling smooth and freshens your breath. The toothpaste that I use is Auromère.

You can spread coconut oil on your bread or waffle before putting it in the toaster too.

Using Something to Keep Your Hair Out of Your Face:

I prefer headbands or bobby pins but you can use hairstyles, hats, clips, scrunchies, and more depending on your hair length. I suggest if you want to grow out your hair that you use bobby pins or headbands.

Putting Something on Your Eyes To Protect Your Eyes From Sunlight:

Select 100% UV protection sunglasses. You can get a design on your sunglasses that you like best. For example, flower sunglasses, summer sunglasses, fairy sunglasses, or princess sunglasses are all some suggestions.

The Food You Eat:

Healthy foods like organic fruit, organic vegetables, protein, healthy oils, water, and whole grains are mostly what I eat. If you want candy, get organic candy with no artificial colors, additives, preservatives, or high fructose corn syrup. If you want cookies, get organic cookies. If you want cake, make a homemade cake with organic ingredients and if you want chips, find organic chips at Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s or wherever you shop.

Exercise:

I suggest exercising once a week when you are just beginning exercising. Once you’ve gotten good at doing exercising once a week, do twice a week to make it a bit challenging. Repeat this until you’re doing it, 7 days a week.

Try using beginner yoga, wall sits, air cycle, windshield wipers with your feet. After that, you can try harder yoga and so on. You can use dancing, gymnastics, and walking to help you get stronger and flexible. You can try weight lifting but take it easy with weight lifting.

Paint Nails:

If you are going to use nail polish, try using Mineral Fusion or Zoya nail polish or any brand without harsh ingredients. If you can, leave your toes, hands, or both unpainted or put just a clear polish on your toes, hands, or both to make them look glossy.

Bathing:

Use Aveda shampoo and conditioner (or other brands with natural ingredients as what we use on our hair travels into our body) on your hair when you wash it. If you prefer every other bath/shower day to wash your hair, go for it. Camilla does it for me once a week.

I bathe with Whole Food’s scented soap most of the time. If I run out of scented soap, I use Dove’s unscented soap.

The Drinks You Drink:

I suggest drinking just plain spring water if you can. Better yet, to begin the day with squeezing half a lime or lemon in your water. This will help wake up the water. If you don’t like to drink water, try drinking juice at least once a day. Be sure to get fresh squeezed juice or fresh pressed juice. Stay away from juices that are made from concentrate.

Depending on your body, you might want to find out how many cups of drinks your body might want. For me, I drink 2 cups of water and 1 cup of juice. It’s still okay to drink something when you’re thirsty unless it’s wine, coffee, or any drink that makes you hyper.

Amazing Nature Party: The Surprises

Hey, everyone! This is part 5 of the Amazing Nature Party series. In this part of the series, you’ll read about surprises and the answers to the questions in part 4.

The nature animals and plants cheered with excitement for the nature party that began. The animals sang while the trees danced because they were excited. The special visitor was a unicorn and a special fairy called the Life and Nature Fairy.

The nature things asked, “Why is a unicorn with Life and Nature Fairy here? Is there a reason?” The fairy said, “I’m here because I’ve heard about this unique nature party. I’ve heard about the party from my good friend the animal fairy and I’ve come to help you get some more people to hear about this lovely party.”

“I’m glad you think our party is unique and lovely. We certainly could use more attention”, thought the nature party leader. So the nature fairy set off to find some people, fairies, princesses, fantasy animals, and mermaids.

One by one, the guests began to arrive. What did the guests do when they got there? That’s the end of part 5 of the Amazing Nature Party. I hope you enjoyed!

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Books I Recommend: Horrible Harry and the Dead Letters by Suzy Kline

Hey, everyone! This is the 48th book recommendation. I hope you enjoy! Who knew that with inspiration from a book could give you such a huge fabulous idea? So amazing the way life works.

1. Horrible Harry and the Dead Letters by Suzy Kline

2. Horrible Harry At Halloween by Suzy Kline

3. Lydia the Reading Fairy by Daisy Meadows

4. Hawks by Sharon Sharth

5. Mississippi by Pamela Dell

6.  Who Stole New Year’s Eve? by Martha Freeman

7. Oklahoma by Tamra B. Orr

8. Skillet Bread, Sourdough, and Vinegar Pie by Loretta Frances Ichord

9. Florida by Tamra B. Orr

10. Prietta and the Ghost Woman by Escrito Por Gloria Anzaldúa

11. The Race for the Chinese Zodiac by Gabrielle Wang

12. Yoshiko and the Foreigner by Mimi Otey Little

13. Stars Will Shine by Cynthia Rylant

14. The Beautiful Butterfly by Judy Sierra

15. The Prince of the Dolomites by Tomie De Paola

16. Unicorns and Other Magical Creatures by John Hamilton

17. How They Built the Statue of Liberty by Mary J. Shapiro

18. Paint the Wild by Pam Munoz Ryan

19. Full Cicada Moon by Marilyn Hilton

20. Cat Walk by Mary Stolz

21. The Star Maker by Laurence Yep

22. Violet Mackerel’s Remarkable Recovery by Anna Branford

23. Under the Lagoon by Kiki Thorpe

24. The Great Detective Race by Gertrude Chandler Warner

25. The Pumpkin Head Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

26. Born To Fly by Michael Ferrari

27. Henry Huggins and the Paper Route by Beverly Clearly

28. The Summer of the Swans by Betsy Byars

29. Starring Prima! by Jacquelyn Mitchard

30. The Mysterious Edge of the Heroic World by E.L. Konigsburg

31. Gold by Milton Meltzer

32. Paleontology by Susan H. Gray

33. Butterflies and Moths by George S. Fichter

34. Ladybug by Barrie Watts

35. Uranium by Tyrone Mineo

36. Rocks by Roy A. Gallant

37. Heidi Heckelbeck Is a Flower Girl by Wanda Coven

38. 2015 Almanac For Kids by Scholastic Inc.

39. I Believe In Unicorns by Michael Morpurgo

40. I Am Sacagawea by Grace Norwich

41. Lunch Money by Andrew Clements

42. Mae the Panda Fairy by Daisy Meadows

43. Over My Dead Body by Kate Klise

44. Ramona and Her Father by Beverly Clearly

45. Autumn’s Secret Gift by Elise Allen

46. The Bright Shadow by Avi

47. Splash! by Melvin and Gilda Berger

48. Paper Fliers by Alan Folder

49. Photography For Children by George Sullivan

50. Very Short Fairy Tales To Read Together by Mary Ann Hoberman

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Rainbow Love

Hey, everyone! This story is about rainbows and love. I hope you enjoy!

Once there lived 2 rainbows who didn’t want to separate for the love of nature. Their names were Candy Rainbow and Princess Rainbow. One day, Candy Rainbow was accidentally separated from Princess. What they didn’t know was the Nature fairy had split them in half.

Candy desperately looked for Princess but there was no sign of her. Meanwhile, Princess was where Candy wasn’t. She was anxious to find him but the Nature fairy wouldn’t let her. Candy got up to ask the Nature Fairy. What the fairy said, “No, I haven’t seen her. I didn’t separate you.”

Candy thought the fairy was being suspicious. Princess started suspecting the fairy. After a year past, they accidentally ran into each other. When the fairy found out, she was furious.

The fairy decided to put Princess invisible so she couldn’t be seen when they bumped into each other. Candy tried to explain to the Nature fairy that rainbow magic was more powerful than fairy magic. Since the nature fairy wouldn’t listen, Candy decided to show her what he tried to explain.

So his plan was to use his magic and power to get Princess out of the invisible world. So when Princess saw he was stretching out to use his power, she decided to reach over and touch his stretched arc. Candy felt lighter somehow but he didn’t know how.

Suddenly the invisible spell broke. The fairy was shocked at what happened but the fairy had to vanish. “It was me who helped you, Candy”, said Princess softly. “Thank you, Princess!” and the rainbows’ love was returned.

Princess thought if people saw them, it would be easier to have 1 rainbow be invisible. Princess decided to go invisible but Candy was able to see her. Every once in awhile, Princess appeared behind Candy. That is why some people see double or triple rainbows.

Bright rainbow!

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