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!

Books I Recommend: Who Stole Grandma’s Million-Dollar Pumpkin Pie?

Hey, everyone! This is my 32nd book recommendation. I appreciate everyone who reads my book recommendations! I hope you enjoy.

1. Who Stole Grandma’s Million-Dollar Pumpkin Pie? by Martha Freeman

2. The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats

3. Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert

4. The Third Wish by Emily Rodda

5. The Life and Art of Georgia O’Keeffe by Susan Goldman Rubin

6. Abigail the Breeze Fairy by Daisy Meadows

7. The Arendelle Cup by Erica David

8. The Miracle of Mindfulness by Thich Nhat Hanh

9. Stallion by Starlight by Mary Pope Osborne

10. The Princess and the God by Doris Orgel

11. Ling-Li and the Phoenix Fairy by Ellin Greene

12. Gift Days by Kari-Lynn Winters

13. The Festivals of Mexico by Colleen Madonna Flood Williams

14. Cultural Traditions in Mexico by Lynn Peppas

15. Cultural Traditions in the United Kingdom by Lynn Peppas

16. Halloween by Fay Robinson

17. The Cowgirl Aunt of Harriet Bean by Alexander McCall Smith

18. The Calling by Cathryn Clinton

19. The Crow-Girl by Bodil Bredsdorff

20. Monkey Trouble by Gertrude Chandler Warner

21. Anne of Green Gables Retold from the Lucy Maud Montgomery original

22. A Good Night for Ghosts by Mary Pope Osborne

23. The Magic Pudding by Norman Lindsay

24. Socks by Beverly Cleary

25. The Lost Princess by Debbie Dadey

26. An End to Happiness? by M.L. Welsh

27. The Woods Beyond by Kiki Thorpe

28. Waiting for the Queen by Joanna Higgins

29. Tua and the Elephant by R.P. Harris

30. Bubble Gum Rescue by Helen Perelman

31. The Guide Dog Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

32. Magic by the Book by Nina Bernstein

33. The Truth of Me by Patricia MacLachlan

34. A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff

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A Friendship Story: A Friendship Between 4 Types of Candy

Hi there! This story will be for friendship. It should be helpful. You are about to enter a story about 4 candies friendship with a moral.

Jellybean went walking and found his friend Rocky (also known as Rock Candy). So Jellybean told him his wish of how he wanted to be seen. After that, Rocky set off to help his friend with a flyer. Shortly after, he ran into Orange Slice.

So he told Orange all about it. Before long, Orange set off to help Jellybean. After that, the candies became desperate and determined to help Jellybean.

A few days later, they ran into Jellybean and they told him their plan and he liked it. The plan was to let Jellybean do funny tricks. In 2 days, they put on a show.

In just 2 months, he got extremely popular. He was happy that his wish came true. From that day, they became best friends.

The moral of that story was if you wish something badly and you tell someone. Chances are you might just get your wish. Wasn’t that a great story?

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Books I Recommend: The Truth About Twinkie Pie by Kat Yeh

Hi there! This is the 14th book recommendation list. I’ve done 17 book recommendation lists since Janurary 2015!

1. The Truth About Twinkie Pieby Kat Yeh
2. Starfieldsby Carolyn Marsden
3. Latin for Bird Loversby Roger Lederer & Carol Burr
4. Sylva And The Fairy Ballby Margaret McNamara
5. Shiningby Julius Lester
6. A Thanksgiving Wishby Michael Rosen
7. Toothianaby William Joyce
8. Troubling a Starby Madeline L’Engle
9. Hollywood, Dead Aheadby Kate Klise
10. The Fairy’s Returnby Gail Carson Levine
11. Willa by Heartby Coleen Murtagh Paratore
12. May B.by Caroline Starr Rose
13. The Green Ghostby Marion Dane Bauer
14. The Woods Beyondby Kiki Thorpe
15. The Ordinary Princessby M.M. Kaye
16. A Pinch of Magicby Kiki Thorpe
17. Summerhouse Timeby Eileen Spinelli
18. Mystery at the Washington Monumentby Ron Roy

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