Fairy Wings by Lauren Mills
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Ridiculed by all but her closest friends, the wingless Fia is invited by the boy fairy Kip to accompany him to the annual May dance, where her wingless condition causes a stir until a wing-hungry troll crashes the party.

About Lauren Mills

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Lauren Mills is the talented storyteller of such original tales as Fairy Wings, winner of the Golden Kite Award for Illustration along with her collaborator Dennis Nolan, Fia and the Imp, and The Dog Prince as well as the highly acclaimed story The Rag Coat, praised by Smithsonian magazine as "A story of bravery and self-reliance, with bewitching watercolors." Lauren Mills lives with her husband, artist and author Dennis Nolan, and their daughter, Evie, in Massachusetts. Dennis Nolan is an engineer, presenter, and author. He has traveled all over the globe, consulting with businesses and giving motivational talks. He has been a part of many failure investigations and found that, quite consistently, the root cause of each accident could be attributed to a human factor. This inspired him to conduct extensive research on what makes humans the largest contributing factor for most physical and mechanical failures. Dennis's scope of authorship extends beyond just error-prevention. He has written many other "how to" books and is now branching out to writing fiction. He and his wife, Susan, now reside in Dexter, Missouri where he likes to spend time enjoying golfing, 4 wheeling, camping, hunting, fishing and one of his most favorite hobbies; BONSAI. He is a past President of The Greater Evansville Bonsai Society.
Published October 1, 1995 by Little Brown and Company. 1 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A collaboration between the creator of The Rag Coat (1991) and the creator of The Castle Builder (1993) results in an anemic, predictable tale of a wingless fairy saving her sept from a troll and getting engaged to a prince.

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But when the dreaded slobbering troll crashes the May Dance (from which Fia has been bounced) and snares the flying folk, Fia and her outcast friends come to the rescue.

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