A Poem for Tink: Disney Fairies
RH/Disney, 2006 (2006)
Reviewed by J. A. Kaszuba Locke
inker Bell has an admirer. His name is Terence and he's a fairy dust talent sparrow man. Terence wrote a poem about her. But, he's too shy to give it to Tink. Aha, he has a good idea! Terence decides that he will put the poem in an envelope, and hide it where Tink might find it.
erence has a special job in Pixie Hollow - each day he sprinkles fairy dust '
over every fairy and sparrow man
'. Oops! As Terence flies around spreading the fairy dust, he doesn't notice the envelope with Tink's poem falling out of his pocket.
The wind whirls the falling envelope out to sea in the direction of Captain Hook's ship, the Jolly Roger, and lands unnoticed in his hat. The wind takes the envelope again, sailing by dolphins, flying fish, and mermaids. The wind continues to carry the envelope into Lily's garden, where it is caught by the
(a plant that liked to hug anything that comes near it).
Poem for Tink
is a very beautiful story encased in a sturdy, medium-size, board book. Enclosed within are a
, and best of all - vivid pictures of Never Land, its residents, and surroundings. Some pages shine with beads and foil. This offering from the
collection is a perfect gift that is sure to put a sparkle in a child's eyes!
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