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by Lynne Reid Banks

  • Author: Lynne Reid Banks
  • ISBN: 0385244835
  • ISBN13: 978-0385244831
  • ePub: 1418 kb | FB2: 1855 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Publisher: Doubleday Books for Young Readers; 1st ed. in the U.S.A edition (September 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 706
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The Fairy Rebel ePub download

The farthest-away mountain. The fairy was such a sweet little thing. She wasn’t specially beautiful. Not all fairies are beautiful, any more than all people.

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The Fairy Queen strictly forbids fairies from using their magic power on humans. But after Tiki accidentally meets Jan, a woman who is desperate for a baby daughter, she finds it impossible to resist fulfilling her wish. Now up against the dark and vicious power of evil, this fairy rebel must face the Queen's fury with frightening and possibly fatal results.

Lynne Reid Banks (born 31 July 1929) is a British author of books for children and adults. She has written forty-five books, including the best-selling children's novel The Indian in the Cupboard, which has sold over 10 million copies and has been successfully adapted to film. Her first novel, The L-Shaped Room, published in 1960, was an instant and lasting best seller. It was later made into a movie of the same name and led to two sequels, The Backward Shadow and Two is Lonely.

At first they just sat looking at each other. Finally Jan said, Something terrible’s happened. And Charlie said, It’s none of our business. Jan felt as if she were married to a stranger. Jan felt as if she were married to a stranger you possibly say that?. Charlie turned his face away, and after a few moments he said, in a muffled voice, I didn’t quite mean that. I should hope not, said Jan. Of course it’s our business. I meant, said Charlie, that there’s nothing we can do. So it doesn’t help to worry. I’m not so sure about that, said Jan. Just then the phone rang

The Fairy Rebel book. I read pretty much everything by Lynne Reid Banks growing up, so I was curious to check back in with some of these titles and see how much I still enjoyed them

The Fairy Rebel book. I read pretty much everything by Lynne Reid Banks growing up, so I was curious to check back in with some of these titles and see how much I still enjoyed them. The Fairy Rebel tells the story of Jan, a sad woman who cannot have kids, Tiki the fairy who helps get a child and the evil Fairy Queen who wants to punish them all. Overall, it was fine, but fell a bit flat for me (the characters, especially.

by. Banks, Lynne Reid, 1929-; Geldart, Bill, ill. Publication date. Tiki knows that the Fairy Queen forbids her to use magic powers on humans, but when she is accidentally "earthed" on Jan's foot, she finds it impossible to resist Jan's plea for a baby. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Books related to The Fairy Rebel. You are in the United States store. Daisy Dawson at the Beach.

Tikki wants to give her new human friend, Jan, a precious gift. BUT - fairies are forbidden to touch humans, still less make magic for them! The Fairy Queen says that all humans want are favours. And only she has the power to give - or take - life. Tikki doesn't care! Eight years later, Jan and her fairy child discover that Tikki is being cruelly punished. They must rescue her. But how will they ever free the fairy from the deadly power of the Tyrant Queen!?

Lynne Reid Banks was evacuated from England to Canada during World War II, and she then returned to England in 1945 to study for the stage. She later became a freelance journalist and playwright and in 1955 became the first femal. ore about Lynne Reid Banks.

Lynne Reid Banks was evacuated from England to Canada during World War II, and she then returned to England in 1945 to study for the stage. About Lynne Reid Banks. Lynne Reid Banks was evacuated from England to Canada during World War II, and she then returned to England in 1945 to study for the stage.

The Fairy Queen strictly forbids fairies from using their magic power on humans. But after Tiki accidentally meets Jan, a woman who is desperate for a baby daughter, she finds it impossible to resist fulfilling her wish. Now up against the dark and vicious power of evil, this fairy rebel must face the Queen’s fury with frightening and possibly fatal results. From the Hardcover Library Binding edition.
Agantrius
This is my all time favorite children's book. As a mother and elementary reading teacher I have read this book to many young people. I've actually had several copies. All of them have disappeared into the hands of children who listened to me read them. I'm surprised it hasn't been made into a movie. It has all of the necessary ingredients for a classic children's movie.
Wenaiand
I was trying to find a book that one of my slightly reluctant readers would love. (I’ve seen her with those dumb pink princess books and was trying to find a more intelligent read. She’s a ten year old in sixth grade so most of what the others are reading isn’t quite what she’s interested in yet.) I remembered being surprisingly enthralled with this book when I was a kid, so I ordered it for my student. This was a hit!
Jugore
I hadn't read The Fairy Rebel in years but I started thinking about it a few days ago and was delighted to find I could download it to my e-reader (it's not an easy book to find). It's fundamentally a children's story so it is very short but highly enjoyable. While it is a very different book from any of her "Indian" stories, it does have an element of the normal sized human interacting with someone just a few inches high -- though Jan and Tiki have a completely different relationship than Omri and Little Bear. This is not the same story re-hashed with different genders but a completely new look at another group of people and problems and is overall a good read. Again, it's a children's book so don't expect the complexity of an adult-oriented novel but it is still very enjoyable for all ages.
Kiutondyl
This was one of my favorite books as a child. I decided to read it again and loved it all over again! It is a fun magical read about a fairy named Tiki who cannot stay out of trouble. There is a woman named Jan who desperately wants to have a child. This duo team up to make a fun and exciting story that is sure to keep you entertained until the end.
Cezel
This was my favorite childhood book growin up! I am baffled there’s no film adaptation...
Malalrajas
This has been a favorite book of mine for I don't know how many years. I read it at as a very young child and was immediately swept up in the incredible fantasy that gives a nod to traditional fairy mythology while blending in Ms. Banks' own imagination. The result is an incredible story that can be enjoyed by both adults and kids--being that one of the main characters is an adult.

Besides the sheer, delicious rush into the world of fairies we have a heartbreaking and altogether human story of a family that loves each other no matter what. This is the story that gives its book its heart while the fairy story gives it adventure and passion.

Indeed, every little girl should read this, as has been said in another review. Heck, anyone who secretly believes in fairies should.
Oreavi
I picked this book up as a gift for my niece. It was a favorite of mine growing up. Not thrilled by the new cover, but it will speak to the newer generation I guess.
I read this book as a kid I remember loving it, so I started searching online to get a copy for my children. It's not your typical fairy story. This book was a great price and they loved it as well.
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