By Suzanne Williams
Daisy loves aiding humans—it's what she's continually desired to do. Then she meets a bit lady named Nina who makes an very unlikely want. Daisy's magic wand cannot provide Nina what she wants—but possibly Daisy can locate in a different way!
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Extra info for Daisy and the First Wish (Fairy Blossoms, No. 5)
I’m lonely, Nina had written. I wish I had a friend. With a sigh, Nina swept the words away. Oh dear, thought Daisy. Poor Nina needed help! Daisy couldn’t wave her wand and magic up a friend for her, but perhaps she could grant a simpler wish that would cheer Nina up. She could try anyway. After all, if Nina hadn’t spoken up yesterday, Poppy might still be in a jar! Daisy ﬂuttered to the ground. This was her chance to meet Nina. She would disguise herself as a human girl, she thought. There was no need to change her looks; she could just make herself bigger.
We’d better hurry. ” The two fairies ﬂew back to the statue in 27 the town square. “You’re late,” Mistress Lily said sternly. At the same time, she looked relieved to see them. “Sorry about that,” said Poppy. “We ran into a little problem. You see—” “Tell us later,” Mistress Lily interrupted, but not unkindly. “Let’s get back to Cloverleaf Cottage. ” When they climbed inside the carriage, Flash ﬂickered his green light in greeting 28 and darted from fairy to fairy. Marigold laughed. ” As they began the journey home, he settled next to her on a satin-covered bench.
Daisy ﬂew to the window and saw Nina climb obediently into bed. She pulled a greenand-blue-patterned quilt up to her chin. “Good girl,” said her mother. Suddenly she took a step toward the window, seeming to look straight at Daisy. Daisy nearly cried out. Then she remembered she was still invisible. 48 “No wonder you’ve got a cough,” Nina’s mother said. ” As she reached to shut it, Daisy zipped through. She landed on top of a little table next to Nina’s bed. After Nina’s mother left, Nina began to cry.
Daisy and the First Wish (Fairy Blossoms, No. 5) by Suzanne Williams