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Did you know that there is a whole world of magic waiting to be explored?
This world is filled with rainbows, unicorns, and fairies, and it's waiting for children to discover! One of the best ways to introduce kids to this magical place is through the Rainbow Magic book series.
In this article, we will take a look at what makes these books of the Rainbow Magic series so special. We will also explore some of the interesting facts about Rainbow Magic author Daisy Meadows. So put on your wings and get ready to fly into the colorful and wonderful world of Rainbow Magic!
The story follows the magical adventures of Rachel Walker and Kirsty Tate with their fairy friends as they grow up.
The Rainbow Fairies are a group of fairies that make up Fairyland's color scheme. It is the first storybook in Daisy Meadows's Rainbow Magic book series.
Rachel and Kirsty first meet on a boat trip to Rainspell Island in the first book of the 'Rainbow Magic' series, 'Ruby the Red Fairy'. At the end of a rainbow, they discover the first fairy, Ruby. Ruby tells them that something awful has happened before fluttering them off to see the fairy King Oberon and Queen Titania.
Amber the Orange Fairy is another fairy who has been confined in an odd location in the book 'Amber The Orange Fairy'. Saffron the Yellow Fairy is caught in a difficult situation in the third book 'Saffron The Yellow Fairy' which is also known as 'Sunny The Yellow Fairy' in the US reprints. Kirsty and Rachel must trek through a twisting tunnel of lemony fairy dust to finally find her. In a wooded hollow, Fern the Green Fairy is astray in the next book 'Fern The Green Fairy'. In the fifth book 'Sky The Blue Fairy', Sky the Blue Fairy has some trouble with her bubbles. Izzy the Indigo Fairy is causing all kinds of problems in the next book 'Izzy The Indigo Fairy'. Rachel and Kirsty are in need of their wings to visit the delicious realm of candy and return her to the pot at the edge of the rainbow. The Violet Fairy, Heather, is confused in the next book 'Heather The Violet Fairy'.
Some of the secondary characters are Jack Frost, the Goblins, Bertram, Fluffy the Squirrel, Mrs. Merry, Queenie the Bee, Mr. and Mrs. Tate, and Mr. and Mrs. Walker.
The books are written by a group of people under the pen name Daisy Meadows. This series is illustrated by Georgie Ripper in some of the books, with uncredited artists in recent publications. Dedications are included in each title, with a 'special thanks' designation that credits the primary author. Some of the authors who contributed to this renowned children's series are Linda Chapman, Sue Mongredien, Kristen Earhart, Rachel Elliot, Narinder Dhami, Sue Bentley, Sarah Levison, Marilyn Kaye, Shannon Penney, Mandy Archer, and Tracey West.
The Rainbow Magic volumes are published by Scholastic Inc. in the United States. Rainbow Magic also comes in colored versions for younger readers, which are also published by the same company. In the Scholastic editions, some series and individual book names may differ.
'Rainbow Magic: Return To Rainspell Island' is a straight-to-video anime film produced by Hit Entertainment which was released in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2010. It's a British-Japanese collaboration animated by The Answer Studio. It was also launched in Japan; the movie was only recorded in English since its Japanese release does not include a Japanese vocal track.
The story of the film is that Rachel and Kirsty are brought back together to Rainspell Island for one more exciting experience. You must watch the film to see how Kristy and Rachel's adventure pans out!
Since the series began in 2003, over 200 Rainbow Magic books have been published. Each series previously included seven volumes focused on the main idea, but beginning with the set of the School Days Fairies, each series now comprises only four volumes.
The Yellow Fairy, Saffron, who appears in American reprints, is renamed 'Sunny' in the United States. The book is called 'Sunny The Yellow Fairy' instead of 'Saffron The Yellow Fairy'. Izzy the Indigo Fairy is also renamed in the US reprints as 'Inky'. The book is named 'Inky The Indigo Fairy' instead of 'Izzy The Indigo Fairy'.
There are also many series-within-a-series in Rainbow Magic. Usually, there are six to eight books about the exploits and efforts of a specific fairy group (for example, The Fashion Fairies or The Jewel Fairies). One fairy is featured in each book from a subset of fairies.
Daisy Meadows' Rainbow Magic series was the most-borrowed children's books at the UK libraries in 2010 and 2011, and the second-most borrowed books overall in the same libraries. The Rainbow Magic series has been translated into over 30 languages.
Who was the first Rainbow Magic Fairy?
The first Rainbow Magic fairy was Ruby the Red Fairy.
Is Rainbow Magic real?
This series is a work of fiction. The Rainbow Magic series does provide a way for kids to explore the magical world in a fun and safe way. Additionally, the books are written by Daisy Meadows, a well-known children's author whose stories are always filled with adventure and excitement. So, whether or not you believe in magic, Rainbow Magic is worth checking out!
Are there any boy rainbow magic fairies?
There are no boy rainbow magic fairies, but that doesn't mean that the world of magic is only for girls! There are all sorts of amazing adventures waiting to be explored, and anyone can go on them regardless of their gender. So if you're looking for a fun and exciting way to explore the magical world, be sure to check out the Rainbow Magic book series!
Who is the Green Fairy in Rainbow Magic?
Fern, the Green Fairy is one of the main characters in the Rainbow Magic book series.
What age are the Rainbow Magic books for?
Each book in the series is ideal for children aged five and up and is usually divided into six chapters with eye-catching illustrations throughout. Rainbow Magic is an excellent starting point for longer books, as it is full of adventure and suspense, and it is all about the strength of companionship and problem-solving.
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