- 68 pages
- Standard Color
- 8.0 x 10.0 inches
- Young Children (7-11 yrs old)
- eBook (epub, pdf)
- 978-1-5255-2023-5 eBook
- 978-1-5255-2022-8 Paperback
- 978-1-5255-2021-1 Hardcover
- Juvenile Fiction, Animals, Insects, Spiders, Etc.
- Juvenile Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novels
- Juvenile Fiction, Readers, Beginner
Children’s book, Beginner reader, Action and Adventure, Friendship, Social themes, Magic, Fairies
Mister Robin and the Magical Discovery
Out one morning for a leisurely stroll, Mister Robin encounters little Camille, the tiny wood fairy princess. She is crying softly to herself. He soon discovers the reason for her distress. Her wings are too big and drag on the ground so she is unable to fly like the other fairies. As he is consoling her, they take a walk and come upon a very dreary part of the forest. As they pass through, a magical event takes place but neither Mister Robin or Camille saw this transformation. However, at the same time, Zooker, the forest miser was lurking in the bushes and saw this magic happen. He then plots to capture little Camille for himself and selfishly use her magic.
As the forest becomes aware of Camille's disappearance everyone is thrown into a panic. Soon, it becomes obvious that her rescue has to fall to Mister Robin. He quickly enlists the help of other forest friends and they set out to find her. As he proceeds to save Camille he also unravels the mystery of her large wings, the magic surrounding her and how very important she is to the Evergreen Wood.
Usually, when one approaches retirement age, they think of travel, relaxing and other leisure things. However, not Renee Barnes. After nearly forty years as an interior designer, art teacher, wife, mother, grandmother and now a great grandmother, she has turned her energies to writing and illustrating children's books.
Her series "Tales from the Evergreen Wood," is just the start. Not satisfied with one or two books, she has written ten books for this series alone. Her little heroine, a green frog with a bright yellow hat and her pals take us through a journey of adventures and laughter.
With no plans to stop, she has illustrations for additional books including fairies, elves, gnomes and under water adventures with "William the Polka Dot Fish." Her stories and art are have realistic features as well as a well developed imagination.
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