Enjella Uprooted by Jane F. Collen
A Tooth Fairy Gets a New Job

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“Watch your wings!” Enjella shouted, trying to prevent being flown over by a cluster of Fairies rushing to work. She swerved to the right, only to find herself wing to wing with oncoming traffic! Her wing was clipped by a speeding Flandle and she spiraled out of control on to the Village Green.
The only way to be recognized in the Kingdom of Sparkleshire is to be a first class Tooth Fairy with a long route of children’s teeth to sparkle. Enjella is only a tooth sorter. But she is NOT your Grandmother's Fairy! With all her heart, the shy young fairy wants to be the best tooth sparkling Fairy in the universe. In this tightly structured environment Enjella’s hard work and positive attitude, in spite of being ridiculed by her coworkers, gets her recognized by the Queen of the Tooth Fairies. The Queen grants her wish and apprentices her on a Tooth Fairy route. Enjella gets to work inventing ways to overcome obstacles in the Fairy system. But is she really given her heart’s desire? Ghastly Gevinda, the mean old Tooth Fairy and Enjella’s trouble with the Sparkleshire rules lead her down a different path than she intended. In the end, she is forced to choose between being the Best Tooth Fairy and doing what she loves most: sharing her magic to help children.

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Published July 21, 2012 by Streamline Brands, Inc. 246 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Just when her life seems most miserable, two life-changing events occur: A mysterious blue fairy saves Enjella from a police Fleeple who was ticketing her for falling on the village green, and the Queen of the Fairies promotes her from a low-level tooth sorter to Third Class Tooth Fairy Assistant.

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