Nee! sagte die Fee
No! Said the Fairy
Is this a fairy tale – or perhaps a true story, after all?
Once upon a time there was a fairy who lived in the big wood just behind the motorway, not very far from the city. She had already brought up lots of fairy children, but none of them had ever been as stubborn as the little fairy. “No!” said the little fairy when Mummy fairy gave her a kiss on the forehead to wake her up and “No!” said the little fairy when she was told to clean her wings and her magic wand. “It’s hard to believe you want to grow up to be a good fairy,” said Mummy fairy.
But the little fairy didn’t want to be a good fairy any more. If bad fairies never have to clean their wings and their magic wand, then she definitely wanted to be a bad fairy. And so she started being one straight away and did a spell to put the deer family up a tree, turned the rabbit family into frogs and put the racoon family to sleep for a hundred years. Unfortunately, she lost her magic wand while she was doing all of this, so now, of course, she really has had more than enough of being bad. A new picture book based on the children’s TV programme “Siebenstein”.
- Recommended age: 4 +
- ISBN: 978-3-7891-6319-7
- Published: 01.02.2000
- Pages: 32
- Publisher: Verlag Friedrich Oetinger
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