In Part I, The Golden Chalice, we meet the overly-curious heir apparent to the fairy throne of Phenloris—Princess Kim. Within the Forest of Fairies, Princess Kim will soon make a discovery of great importance—the body of injured Knight, Sir Jahaziel.
Kim’s mother, Glenlillian Crystal Fairy, is quickly enlisted to help Kim heal the Knight. Together, they must now break the most serious of all laws—Fairy Law—in order to heal the Knight before King Lutherian returns home.
In due course, the King uncovers the truth about the Knight and threatens to banish Kim from the kingdom due to her meddlesome ways.
Ultimately, Kim’s meddling causes her mother, Glenlillian, to lash out and shout an ancient fairy trouble upon Kim, “You shall have nine daughters just like you to torment you to the end of your days!” Princess Kim knows that fairies only have one baby and now she begins to wonder about her future marriage to Huw, Fey Guard.
In Part II, Princess Teri and The Nine Fairies, we are introduced to the nine fairy sisters as they answer Princess Teri’s cries for help and her desire for friendship. Teri reveals to the sisters that she suffers from allergies and is unable to play outside or visit any other lands. The fairies use their magic to suppress Teri’s allergies allowing her to once again play in—and enjoy—the beautiful outdoors.
Meanwhile… a wicked plan forms in the fiendish mind of the evil witch Agnes.
Agnes, a once well-respected lady-in-waiting to Queen Joyce, had been banished from the kingdom due to her constant gossiping and meddling. Agnes kidnaps Princess Teri and sets out on her plot of sweet revenge against the king.
With the Princess now imprisoned by Agnes, a group of Teri’s friends must search for clues that lead to a key which can free her. Join the nine fairy sisters and their mother, Kim—Gold Fairy Mother, and two other friends—Myles and Christopher—
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Therese L. Grant is passionate and always encouraging when discussing the education and lives of children. For the author, writing Children’s Literature is always a joy and inspiration is found in the variety of hobbies in her life; poetry, sewing, arts & crafts, and singing in her church choir. She currently resides in Columbia, South Carolina where she enjoys the company of her husband, friends, and loving pets.