"Beautiful children's fairy tale"
As the tiniest fairy in the land, KaseyBelle is very sad,
as she is unable to do some the glorious things that the
taller fairies do. Even with what she can accomplish, she
must work twice as hard as others must because her wings
required more rotation and ripples to achieve the goal.
The Fairy Queen saw her littlest subject crying so she
went to learn why. KaseyBelle said she wept because she
was so much smaller than the others are. The wise Queen
told her that she was special and persuaded the frightened
wee fairy to ride Rhett the dragonfly, something no one
else could do. The other fairies are jealous, but would
not be if they knew that Ivan the mean giant captured
KaseyBelle and Rhett. KaseyBelle knows it is up to her to
rescue them and teach Ivan to be nice so the
courageous "Tiniest Fairy in the Kingdom" confronts the
meanest biggest dude of them all.
This is an adorable early elementary-preschool fairy tale
starring a delightful individual that makes believers out
of us ancient cynics. Besides the fabulous illustrations
that enhance the entire tale, the story line is fun to
follow and contains a strong message that everyone is
special. Sandra Chastain displays her talent with this
fine tale that the young ones will cherish.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 12, 2004